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Guild House

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Parent Issue
Month
April
Year
1986
Copyright
Creative Commons (Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-alike)
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Agenda Publications
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Community Resource Directory PrOgreSSÍVe ChUTCh 802 Monroe AnnArbor.MI 48104 662-5189 The Guild House is a United Campus Ministry Guild House is dedicated to engaging in the struggles for justice and liberation at the University of Michigan and in our world. It is a campus ministry deeply rooted in the life and work of the Christian faith and of other traditions and groups which share a ministry of concern for human fuif illment and a just and humane society. Exodus and resurrection, liberation and transformation, empowerment and change are important paradigms that inform our several religious and spiritual perspectives, and serve to guide our common ministry. We share with sisters and brothers everywhere a commitment to more meaningful and spiritual existence. Like all people and institutions we are not neutral, we stand with those who struggle for human justice anddecency. Guild house staff meets with students, faculty and staff on personal issues as well as systemic concerns like racism, sexism and homophobia. We work in coalition with other groups and individuals, among them LASC (Latin American Solidarity Committee) and CAWS (Campuses Against Weapons in Space). Guild house also supports groups and individuals by providing space for meetings and staff time for projects and groups. April Events Beans and Rice Dinner: Dinners are held every Wednesday f rom 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. A $2 donation is requested ( $1 for children f rom 12 years). Proceeds f rom the dinner go to direct aid projects in Central America. Guild House Writer's Series: A series of poetry and prose readings co-sponsored by Guild House and Michigan Student assembly are held on Monday evenings at 8:00 PM. April 7: Alan Cheuse and Diane Raptosh April 14: Lemuel Johnson and Nicholas Delbanco Friday Noon Forums: Discussions on the moral and ethical issues of our time are held at 12 p.m. Vegetarían soup and Sandwich available for $1. April 4: No forum will be held; we're encouraging everyone to join the Freedom March Against Racism and Apartheid beginning at 10:30 on the Diag. April 1 1 : Torn Weisskopf April18:JonathonEllis