Share a Meal and Explore a Book

Dinner and dialogue is a welcoming space to share a meal and explore a book or topic together. We gather around the table and create a safe, hospitable space for all voices to be heard.

Our next Dinner & Dialogue: Reconstructing the Gospel by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove

Join us this summer as we explore issues of race and religion by reading the book by North Carolina author Jonathan Wilson-Hargrove, “Reconstructing the Gospel.” This influential book explores the way in which Christianity has been shaped and influenced by racism and ways in which Christians can reconstruct a gospel built on freedom, justice, and anti-racism.

This gathering will be led by Rev. Dr. Robert Brewer who currently serves as chairperson of the Board of Directors for Inner Ground. Robert is a United Methodist minister and has served as the Campus Chaplain and Assistant Professor of Religion at Greensboro College in Greensboro, NC since 2005. He is a certified professional coach, an anti-racism advocate, a sing/songwriter and a contributor to the “Common English Student Bible.”

As we care for one another during this time of COVID-19, we will gather virtually on Zoom for three sessions. Instead of dinner, we invite you to grab your favorite beverage and join us as we learn and grow together.

Cost: We invite you to donate what feels good.
Dates:
June 23 at 4 pm – chapters 1-3
July 7 at 4 pm – chapters 4-6
July 21 at 4 pm – chapters 7-10

Space is limited to 12 participants. Registration is now open.

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