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Sunday February 28 and Monday March 1, our church is pleased to have William Cavanaugh with us to discuss his work about the intersection of economics and worship.
What does it mean that our culture calls us, more than almost anything else, "consumers"? And what does that have to do with our consuming the body of Christ every week?
Cavanaugh's eyes-wide-open book about global economics and the Eucharist is a challenge to never forget this connection.
If you're in town, please join us, either or both evenings, at 7 p.m. See www.eclc.org for more information.
February 24, 2010 in consumerism, ministry | Permalink
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