Monday, May 22, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Ubuntu is an ancient worldview which could greatly benefit the Christian church in the 21st century. Ubuntu means "I am because we are." Lynne Westfield will encourage us to focus upon the need for an ethic of community - not simply an individualistic experience of being in a group. The worldview of ubuntu makes no room for hatred, domination or greed - these do not benefit the community.
DATE: Monday, May 22, 2017
TIME: 7–8:30 PM
LOCATION: Linder Lounge, First United Methodist Church of San Diego
TUITION: $30/individual, $40/pair, students with ID and Intensive/Incubator participants free
REGISTER... (Last day to register online: May 21) Same-day walk-ins welcome.
About the Speaker: Rev. Nancy Lynne Westfield Ph.D., an ordained deacon in The United Methodist Church, has served on the Drew Theological School faculty since 1999. A graduate of Murray State University (Ky.), Scarritt Graduate School (Tenn.), and The Union Institute (Ohio), Dr. Westfield’s teaching and research interests include religious education, womanist studies, imagination, experiential pedagogies, spirituality and mysticism.