Money-From Cultural Addiction to Spiritual Freedom: A Servant Leadership Class

For many of us money is a frustrating and stressful topic.  In today’s economy we worry about gas prices, food prices and how to manage it all.  In this core servant leadership class, we will step back and examine our relationship with money in a friendly and safe environment.  We will examine how oure patterns of earning, spending and giving away money offer an intriguing insight into our minds, hearts and acts of service. 


With the use of Lynn Twist’s book The Sould of Money:  Reclaiming the Wealth of Our Inner Resources, we will work with our cultural messags of scarcity and guilt around money.  We will then examine what would happen in our lives if we shifted toward experiences of sufficiency, freedom, and purpose in relationship to our resources.  Time will be given to reflect on biblical stories and our own stories around these themes.  Finally, we will explore money in the context of our call and the dream God has for our lives. 

Dates & Times: Weekly on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm, starting October 1, 2008 and running for 10 consecutive weeks.

Class Facilitator: The Rev. Dr. Hannah Anderson

Class Location: St. Helena's Episcopal Church, 245 New Lenox Road, Lenox, MA

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Name Sales End Price
Class Tuition Ended $75