In the Mail

Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window, Jan Vermeer

Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window, Jan Vermeer

We’ve been receiving lots of mail about tonight’s

Predestination Prom
proceeds from which support the Louisville AIDS Walk:
Masquerade Ball

    Kids 6:30-8:30
    Childcare 9:-12

beverages and snacks all night!!!
adult beverages after 9
dancing ALL NIGHT LONG!!!
Schlegel Basement

We’ve heard that voting for the “Court of the Elect” closes tonight at 8:00 p.m., and that all donations will be matched by an anonymous donor, so voters are encouraged to vote early and often.

The event, organized by the LPTS Community Affairs Committee, is the Spring semester’s big event designed to focus attention on the problem of HIV/AIDS, educate about the global scope of the AIDS pandemic, and take action towards addressing it. The Gender and Ministry Committee is a co-sponsor.

Deborah Fortel at Montreat Next Week

Women’s Center drop-in hours will be a little shorter on Tuesday next week — which is good news for the folks who will be at Montreat attending the “Transitioning from Solo to Multi-Staff Pastor” conference. That’s because Rev. Deborah Fortel, who has been keeping the Center open on Tuesday afternoons, will be co-leading that conference in the hills of North Carolina. We are wishing her, her co-leader Rev. Harris Schultz, and the group well!

“Green Reads” from Sojourners

In honor of Earth Day on Wednesday, an e-mail correspondent thought this “might be of interest to Wimminwise readers”:

Green Reads
Books on the environment, the economy, and equity.
by Molly Marsh
Sojourners Magazine, May 2009

Click this link to read the article:

Folks interested in Marsh’s article might also be interested in Sojourners’ ‘Christians and the Environment’ PDF discussion guide, available from the SoJo Store for $9.95.

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Ha_Qohelet is a transliteration of Hebrew definite article plus a feminine participle, all together meaning "the (feminine) one who assembles" or who calls together. Qohelet is the title of one of the books of the Hebrew Scripture, known in English as Ecclesiastes. The Women's Center at LPTS feels the epithet of Qohelet is a fitting one for what we do and are. The Women's Center is, indeed, a caller-together, a caller-to-wisdom, and an assembler -- of people, of ideas, of actions, and ultimately, we hope, of transformations in the world. In this context, Ha_Qohelet is the Director of the Women's Center, and Editor-in-Chief of Wimminwise.

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