A Faithful Response to Domestic Violence
Friday, 10:00am | Bridge
In this interactive workshop we will explore what a faithful response to domestic violence looks like in congregation and community settings.
Using an intersectional lens we will begin with a brief training on domestic violence 101. From there we will brainstorm creative, practical, and empowered ways to respond to violence and support Survivors.
What resources do we have? What do we already know? What about Survivors who are Queer? How do we think about violence theologically? How is the Divine calling us to respond?
Blyth Barnow is a queer femme raised working class in Ohio. She now lives in Oakland and is a writer, preacher, and community organizer. In 2015 she launched Femminary, an online ministry with a working class, femme, perspective. She is a harm reductionist, survivor advocate, and practical theologian. Her work focuses on the reclamation of dignity and finding Divinity in the profane. She graduated from Pacific School Of Religion where she received a Master of Divinity (MDiv) and the Paul Wesley Ying Preaching Award. More of her work can be found at https://femminary.wordpress.com/
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