New book study with Rev. Dr. Curtiss DeYoung

Five Week Book/Discussion Study: Living Faith – How Faith Inspires Social Justice” by Rev Dr. Curtiss DeYoung

Monday nights:
August 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, and September 12th; 6:30-7:30 pm at The Well. 

We are excited to gather together to discuss this insightful book by Curtiss DeYoung that details the faith journey of three powerful influential leaders who have inspired social justice in our world. Please prepare for the first meeting by reading through the first two chapters. 

Pastor Sherry, Pastor Don, Communications Director Tami Zvolena, and others will facilitate our weekly discussions. Come and join the discussion as we share and grow together. 

The book can be found on Amazon,

Rev. Dr. Curtiss Paul DeYoung is the CEO of the Minnesota Council of Churches, a statewide organization representing twenty-five Protestant communions from the historic black church, mainline denominations, peace churches, and Greek Orthodox working in strong partnership with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of the Twin Cities and interfaith communities. The current programmatic emphasis includes racial justice, interfaith relations, and refugee services. Previously he was the Executive Director of the historic racial justice organization Community Renewal Society in Chicago and the inaugural Professor of Reconciliation Studies at Bethel University in St. Paul.

Curtiss earned degrees from the University of St. Thomas and Howard University School of Divinity. He has extensive relationships among activists and peacemakers in South Africa and the Holy Land. He is an author and editor of twelve books on reconciliation, interfaith social justice activism, racism, and cultural diversity. His most recent book is the co-authored “Becoming Like Creoles: Living and Leading at the Intersections of Injustice, Culture,
and Religion.”

In correlation with speaking at The Well, please join the new book study, kicked off with Dr. DeYoung and his book “Living Faith: How Faith Inspires Social Justice”, July 24th at 11:45 am in the fellowship hall. There will be a lunch provided.

The book can be found on Amazon,