Elijah, Baal, and how (not) to be Christian community

35416386_598666100511807_9008613428557774848_oIn an era when Romans 13 is used to justify the kidnapping of children, Jeremiah is used to prevent people from using bathrooms, and Leviticus is cited to permit public discrimination, it can seem like there’s no room in Christianity for living alongside people different from ourselves.

Join the Creche director, Isaac Everett, and the Lutheran-Episcopal Ministry at MIT in an exploration of Elijah, Ahab, and Prophets of Baal – one of the most political stories in the Bible – and what it can tell us about building authentic religious communities in a pluralistic city.

Wednesday, June 20th, in the MIT Chapel. RSVP here.


Creche creates and supports faith-rooted, mixed-income, inter-generational co-housing in Boston and Cambridge.

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