Events

Mar
19
Mon
2018
UMW Monthly Dinner & Program @ Euclid UMW Monthly Program
Mar 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm


All are invited to join with United Methodist Women for “Living in Covenant Relationship”, with guest speaker Rev. Doctor Danita Anderson on March 19th. Rev. Anderson led this Bible study at the 2017 Summer Mission u. Join us for a catered dinner for $8 at 6:30 PM, followed by the one-hour program at 7:30 PM. Please make a firm reservation for dinner by Sunday March 11th; call Susan Greenberg at 708-788-9232 for reservations or reply to the upcoming UMW email. If you need childcare please contact us by March 11th also. Free childcare is provided with advance notification. Don’t want dinner? Then join us at 7:30 PM for the free program.

Mar
25
Sun
2018
Adult Forum (Parlor)
Mar 25 @ 9:10 am – 10:10 am
Apr
1
Sun
2018
Adult Forum (Parlor)
Apr 1 @ 9:10 am – 10:10 am
Apr
8
Sun
2018
Adult Forum (Parlor)
Apr 8 @ 9:10 am – 10:10 am
Apr
15
Sun
2018
Adult Forum (Parlor)
Apr 15 @ 9:10 am – 10:10 am
Apr
22
Sun
2018
Adult Forum (Parlor)
Apr 22 @ 9:10 am – 10:10 am
Jun
11
Mon
2018
American Immanence @ Euclid Avenue Methodist Church
Jun 11 @ 7:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

Are you troubled by Trump? Would you like to know how you can help to revolutionize American democracy? If so, then join us at Euclid United Methodist for a talk with Michael S. Hogue about his new book, American Immanence: Democracy for an Uncertain World. In this book, Hogue integrates a theology of, by, and for the planet with a radical democratic politics of, by, and for the people. He argues that the Trump presidency represents a new crisis for American democracy, one that has planetary as well as political implications. But he reminds us that crises are also times of opportunity. In place of Trump and the tradition of American exceptionalism he represents, Hogue makes a case for an ecologically attuned, socially just, and spiritually grounded form of “resilient democracy”. Resilient
democracy generates, guides and sustains efforts to enhance social, economic, and environmental justice. By embodying democracy as an empathic, emancipatory, and equitable form of life, resilient democracy offers a hopeful alternative to the antidemocratic politics of the Age of Trump.