Sunday F O R U M S _____________

SUNDAY FORUMS SERIES - 24th September thru 3rd December 2017

Weekly Forums at ELCG - after worship, in the Sanctuary - 12:45 to 13:30

Our congregation is full of people doing meaningful work, living out our common calling to be witnesses to God’s justice, peace, and love in an incredible variety of ways. This fall, we have the opportunity to hear from several members, presenting briefly on topics they are currently engaged with.

**** PDF version of the program with all ten sessions *****

All are invited to join in this wonderful opportunity to learn from the rich experience and witness of the members of our community. Invite a friend to join you!




Sunday Forums at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Geneva
Sundays at 12h45 to 13:30 – All Are Welcome

24 September
Water for Life: Churches Becoming Blue Communities - go to media page for complete presentation with slides
Dinesh Suna          audio click here . . . video click here

1 October
Faith & Sexuality: LGBTI Rights & Jesus - go to media page for separated audio and power point images
André Du Plessis    YouTube presentation here (audio with PowerPoint images)

8 October
A Burger with Kim Jong-un? Ecumenical Engagement with North Korea for Dialogue and Peaceful Coexistence on the Korean Peninsula
Peter Prove

15 October
Unity in Diversity: Living in the Pluralistic Society of Indonesia
Ester Widiasih

22 October
Living Religious Diversity:
9 Propositions of the Geneva Interreligious Platform
Simone Sinn

29 October
Where Is God When We Most Need Him?
My Story During the 1994 Rwandan Genocide Against Tutsis
Julienne Munyaneza

5 November
In God's Name? Religion, Violence and the Call to Peacemaking
Peniel Rajkumar

(12 November   ELCG Harvest Festival – No forum this week)

19 November
What Do Nuclear Weapons Teach Us About Faith? What Does Faith Teach Us About Nuclear Weapons?
Jonathan Frerichs

26 November   (Postponed until probably January)
Walking Her-Stories: North-East Nigerian Women’s Resilience Amidst the Politicization of Religion and Violence – A Feminist Ethical Perspective
Fulata Moyo

3 December
Overcoming Inequities in Our World Today Through Global Solidarity: The Experience of the AIDS Movement and the Global Fund
Christoph Benn