Come to Grace UMC’s Public Lecture Series
We Study, Discuss, Inspired, and Compelled
GRACE Talks will explore faith as a medium through which we interpret, discuss, and translate our experiences at home, work, and in our community. What challenges do we face as parents, spouses, employees, and community members, etc. What are Christian ways to respond responsibly and with integrity to these challenges? We not only gain new knowledge and insights but also share our struggles in a safe environment.
2nd GRACE Talks
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
Sangsangai: Hand in Hand for Mission in Nepal
Previous GRACE Talks
We Invite, Inspire, and Encourage
GRACE Talks is Grace UMC’s public lecture series where the whole community is invited to participate, to get to know one another, to learn from experts and professionals, and to reflect upon the faith’s impact on our own life experiences. For those who are working, we provide a light supper at 6:30 pm. The event concludes at 8:00 pm.
Katherine Parker serves as a Health and Community Transformation Advisor with the United Mission to Nepal (UMN). The ecumenical ministry of UMN has a vision of a “fullness of life for all in a transformed Nepali society.” Katherine was commissioned in 2008 and served in Cambodia before being sent to Nepal, where she has now served for six years.
6:30 Supper 7:00 Presentation 7:40 Q & A
8:00 Closing & Sending forth