Monday, April 9:  Calling God She? Reflections and insights of a great-grandmother, retired clergywoman and doctor of theology, presentation and discussion led by author of the book, Dr. Barbara Thorington Green.

God created humankind in his image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. (Genesis 1:27NRSV)
Is half of God’s image missing?What would it be like for us to call God “She”?

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Popular programs returning: If you could not attend The Spiritual Power of Emotions or Mindfulness in Everyday Life last year, you'll be able to attend them at SUNY Broome in April. DETAILS

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The mission of The Sophia Center for Spirituality is to serve as a resource for all people and faith communities seeking to deepen their relationship with God. Christian and ecumenical in orientation and founded on the principles of openness and hospitality, the center is a place of welcome for all people seeking support on their spiritual journey. Of special note will be programs based on the contemplative dimensions of Christianity rooted in the traditions of both East and West. The center will offer a diverse menu of services in the areas of faith and spirituality for residents of the Southern Tier and central New York.

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