God Talks is May 3
First Presbyterian Church has invited some interesting people to share their thoughts about faith Thursday evening, May 3.
Kate Bowler is a Duke professor, a young mother, and an “incurable optimist” with incurable cancer. She has also become a New York Times best-selling author with her new memoir, Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I’ve Loved. Kate writes about the irony of being an expert in health, wealth, and happiness while facing Stage IV colon cancer. She lives in Durham with her husband and young son.
David is executive director of Faith Action International House in Greensboro. He has advocated for immigrants and human rights for most of his career, including assignments with the United Nations and the National Council of Churches. Ordained in the United Church of Christ, he holds a master’s of divinity from Union Theological Seminary and master’s in human rights from Columbia University.
Logie Meachum is a blues singer and guitarist, a storyteller, and a poetry educator who is passionate about his native Greensboro. A pioneer of the Piedmont Blues Preservation Society, he grew up listening to soul music at his family’s juke joint. He has earned an O. Henry Lifetime Achievement Award for his commitment to arts and culture in the Triad, and last year won the Triangle Blues Society's Blues Challenge in the solo/duo category. https://www.ourstate.com/os-sessions-logie-meachum
Food and drink
Fisher Park Circle in front of the Sanctuary will be closed. El Azteca and Preyer Brewing will set up shop from 5:30 to 7 pm.
Our program of stories & music lasts from 7 to 8:30 pm in the Sanctuary.
- Food and beverages from 5:30-7 pm, Elm Street side of church campus
- Storytelling from 7-8:30 pm, Sanctuary
Child care during the program will be provided by reservation only. Email Lisa Witherspoon at lwitherspoon(at)fpcgreensboro.org by April 30 to make reservations.