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Women's History Month


This Women’s History Month, we will be hearing from several women during the worship services about the spiritual “races” they’re running (Phil. 3:14), the obstacles they face, and ways they press on in spite of the roadblocks. On March 11, Frances Woodson will talk about how cultural messages around body image—specifically, what a “beautiful female body” looks like—have impacted the course she’s on. On March 18, Hattie Thompson will talk about how fundamentalist evangelical teachings about marriage, sex, and attraction have affected her path. And on March 25, Magen Saralampi will talk about how bi-erasure (or bisexual invisibility) has shaped her journey. Please come and hear these courageously vulnerable women share their stories of resiliency.

Earlier Event: February 26
Lindy Hop dance class
Later Event: March 1
March Food Drive for CES