Queer Theology Series

First United Methodist Church of Boulder invites the community to participate in a series of workshops, led by Sarah Bloesch, that will explore a number of thought provoking topics that are in dialogue with queer theory.
Ambiguously Yours, Christ and Neighbor -
February 8th: When a Body Meets a Body – Christ Outside the Church
February 15th: The Queer Space of Interfaith Dialogue
In a Queer Embrace: Christ, the Cross, and Resurrection People -
February 29: Who Do You Say That I Am? From a Gay Christ to a Queer Christ
March 7: In the Beginning Was the Word… At the River Jordan; or Why the Incarnation Isn’t Just for Christmas
March 14: This is My Body Broken for You: Theories of Atonement and Feminist/Disabilities Theory Critique
March 21: And the Temple Curtain Torn and the Sun Was Black: Queering Expectations of Time at the Cross
March 28: Mary, Who Are You Looking For? The Power, Ambiguity, and Privilege of Naming
April 4: The Ear Cannot Say to the Eye I have No Need of You; or Who Is My Family?

This series is part of First United Methodist Church of Boulder’s Wednesdays of Wonder (WOW). WOW offers participants an opportunity to connect mid-week and enjoy food, fellowship, and learning. Each meeting is held at the church and begins with a simple meal at 5:15 pm. The workshop begins at 6:00 pm and is free. All are invited and welcome! Free parking.

First United Methodist Church of Boulder is a welcoming and affirming place of inclusion and acceptance. We joyfully welcome all people of any race, gender, sexual orientation, and faith traditions. Pat Bruns and Joe Agne are the pastors of First United Methodist Church of Boulder.

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  2 comments for “Queer Theology Series

  1. February 23, 2012 at 12:34 am

    This sounds great. I hope that you will report on it during the Queer Theology series too.

  2. February 24, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    I will do my best! Here is a link to a short interview I recently did with Sarah Bloesch the leader of the series.

    http://fumcboulder.org/2012/02/24/an-interview-with-sarah-bloesch/

    I hope you can make it and talk to her in person.

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