Date(s) - 13/10/2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Quaker House
Where: The Quaker House. Ave. du Mervelet
Title: Unlocking Grace – Unitarian Universalist Style
Guest speaker: Karen Tse
Unlocking Grace – Unitarian Universalist Style
Grace has different meanings to different people. In the words of some theologians …
“Grace strikes us and says… You are accepted. You are accepted, accepted by that which is greater than you, and the name of which you do not know. Do not ask for the name now; perhaps you will find it later. Do not try to do anything now; perhaps later you will do much. Do not seek for anything; do not perform anything; do not intend anything simply accept the fact that you are accepted. ” – Paul Tillich
“Sometimes, when you want to forgive, when you just don’t want to fight anymore, but you don’t know what else to do, your only job is to open the door to grace, the unexpected gift that makes a way out of no way. ” – Soul Matters Minister
“Community is another source of grace. In community we are meant to grace one another; to be sources of grace; healers by way of grace.” – Matthew Fox
On Sunday, let’s Unlock Grace together!
Karen Tse founded International Bridges to Justice in 2000. She is an international human rights lawyer, ordained UU minister and former San Francisco public defender. Her work has taken her around the globe and her organization now has a presence in 48 countries, with permanent country programs in 11 countries. Among others, Karen is a recipient of the Skoll Award for Social Innovation, the American Bar Association Human Rights Award, the Gleitsman International Award, the Harvard Kennedy School Award and named as one of America’s best leaders by the US News and World Report. To learn more about Karen’s work and International Bridges to Justice, please watch her TEDTalk.
Please let us know by Saturday evening (12 Oct) if you are bringing your child(ren) (email@example.com).
Social Hour: After the gathering we have an aperos potluck and beverages of choice, so please plan to join and bring something to share.
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