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We hope you join us for BSM's 7th Birthday Celebration, Sunday May 20th at 6:00 p.m. during worship. The Motley Order Choir will flood the sanctuary with music, along with special string and horn additions. We?ll also hear from Rev. Bill Golderer, have a delicious meal and, of course, dig into birthday cake! Our birthday celebration is an opportunity to take stock of what God's done in the past year and look forward to what might lie ahead - including plans for BSM?s kitchen, the Youth Initiative?s new summer, and so much more.
We have so much to celebrate with you! Please contact Brittany Mellinger for more information: email@example.com or (215)735-4847 ext. 13.
The Center for Subversive Theology announces the beginning of 3x3: an Introduction to Christian Theology. Within a format of presentation and inquiry, reading and discussion, worship and prayer, you are invited to learn the basics and sample the latest thinking about God as Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer. Interested? Classes begin on Wednesday, April 18 in the Sanctuary (7-8:15PM). Questions? Email David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
God the Creator
April 18 – Bill Golderer (Scripture)
April 25 – David Van Houten (tradition)
May 2 – Hannah Lyon (contemporary)
May 9 – Worship
Jesus the Redeemer
May 16 – Andy Newgren (Scripture)
May 23 – Karen Rhorer (tradition)
May 30 – Liam O'Donnell (contemporary)
June 6 – Worship
Spirit the Sustainer
June 13 – John Bright (Scripture)
June 20 – Elizabeth Hein (tradition)
June 27 – Cheryl Khyllep (contemporary)
July 4 – No worship
The recent ban imposed by Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter on the practice of distributing food along the Parkway among the hungry and those experiencing homelessness has stirred quite a bit of controversy. Rev. Bill Golderer appeared on one of Philadelphia's most respected radio shows to share a perspective on these important issues facing Philadelphia.
Listen to the story on WHYY.org.
He is one of three artists whose work is now featured at the Gershman Y. They all came through the Broad Street Ministry, a non-denominational, Christian church next door to the University of the Arts. The ministry offers a weekly art therapy program, where the mostly homeless clients participate in art projets, both individual and as a group.
Since January, several UArts students have been volunteering at those sessions.
"We're still students learning from them," said Camille Sassano, a multi-disciplinary junior at UArts. "It's definitely a mutual relationship of conversations and sharing experiences. I feel like that is the more important part of this. The artwork is a catalyst to bring these people together."
Every Thursday beginning at 11:30am! We'll be sitting down to eat with our
friends who are hungry...
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The Pastoral Immersion Program at Broad Street Ministry:
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