Nomads & Nones: What The Church Can Learn From The 'Spiritual But Not Religious'

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Nomads & Nones: What The Church Can Learn From
The 'Spiritual But Not Religious'

A four-session class with Mike Clawson, adjunct faculty instructor at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Seminary of the Southwest, and Baylor University.

Tuesday nights: Feb. 16 & 23 and Mar. 1 & 8 | 6:30 to 8 pm

We’ve all heard how people today are leaving the church in droves. Many of us have experienced this reality first hand. At the same time, both pollsters and people we know make us aware of a rising new demographic: those who self-identify as “Spiritual But Not Religious.” Even as they wander away from organized religion, many are still drawn to alternative practices of faith & spirituality. This class will focus on the reasons people seem to be leaving institutional Christianity, and also explore ministry practices that seem to be stemming this tide. We will go beyond this, however, to ask what new and challenging truths the church needs to learn from the Spiritual But Not Religious among us.

REGISTER NOW AT: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ec4ezno7060c909b&llr=4krwzbmab

Offered as part of University UMC's series of Tuesday Night Lights community adult education classes. Cost is $20. Classes meet weekly on Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 8 pm, and free childcare is available by reservation one week in advance to natashaulack@gmail.com.
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By: University United Methodist Church

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