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On the first Wednesday of each month at 7 pm, we host a guest presenter and provide time for questions and answers.
The Zoom link is http://cslsr.org/Zoom-FirstWednesday
This month’s guests is Rev. Lindsey Bell-Kerr, whose topic is “Spiritual Discipline and Radical Faith.”
Lindsey is pastor at Christ Church United Methodist in Santa Rosa, and is a graduate of Pacific School of Religion (Berkeley) and of American University (Washington, DC).
Prior to working in ministry, Lindsey served in the environmental justice movement in Mindanao, Philippines, in homeless services in Washington, DC, and as a care-provider (with IHSS) in Berkeley. In Santa Rosa, Lindsey is active in working for immigrant rights, organizing with the unsheltered community, and advocating for affordable housing.
Lindsey grew up Catholic, studied a variety of religions in college, and eventually arrived at The United Methodist Church; in part, because of its embodied spirituality, social and personal accountability, and deep appreciation of just how much of an anti-imperialist Jesus really is.