Discover how the visual arts can deepen Gospel, Community and Mission at this one-day workshop on art in the church. Gain insight from a panel of practicing artists in various disciplines, explore topics in breakout sessions and possibly go on a curated tour of select fine art pieces at a local museum.
Keynote speaker Dr. David Mills, Acting Dean at Champlain College, will help us probe the nature and value of art, reveal artistry in relation to church history, and help us apply what we learn to contemporary practice.
Registration coming soon!
Brookline's Commission for Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Relations is hosting Food Truck Friday at Driscoll on Friday, June 22nd! Food trucks will include Trolley Dogs, Frozen Hoagies, ChikChak, and Sparkling Ice Beverages! The event will also include music and fun family games!
Jonathan Reid, the executive director of Fostering Hope, will be facilitating two faith-informed trauma-focused workshops on Saturday, June 16th at Ruggles Baptist Church. The morning session will be Trauma Competent Churches: Caring for Children and Youth Impacted by Trauma from 9am-12pm, which will help our church family better understand the impact of trauma on children and how we can support foster and adoptive families at CoaH. If you serve in CoaH Kids, we would love for you to attend this session!
The afternoon session from 1-4pm will focus on Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI), a therapeutic model that offers practical tools for those who parent children who have experienced trauma.
Anyone is welcome to attend either or both sessions, but childcare will ONLY be offered to CoaH families attending the afternoon session, so please contact Ashley at firstname.lastname@example.org if you will need childcare.