Founders Metropolitan Community Church in Los Angeles will host a Living Without a Why: An evening of music and conversation on Saturday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m.
Living Without a Why: An Evening of Music, Conversation with Che Espinoza, Derek Webb
Founders MCC will answer the question, "What could it mean to ‘live without a why’?" during the event.
In fact, they even cited the words of German poet and liberation theologian Dorothee Sölle, who declared that a soul that is able to live in this spirit doesn't need to defend its existence but rather enjoys the glory of being alive in the present moment.
Living without an explanation for one's actions is to live and love in the same way as God does. It's about doing things without expecting praise or praise from others, according to the poet.
As per the church’s announcement posted on All Events, the Founders MCC would like to extend an invitation to the community to join Dr. Roberto Che Espinoza and Derek Webb for an evening of poetry and song, conversation and storytelling centered on the topic of individuals finding themselves at home and being fully present in their bodies, spiritualities, and communities.
Excerpts from Dr. Roberto's newest book, “Body Becoming: A Path To Our Liberation,” and preview tracks from Derek's upcoming new album, The Jesus Hypothesis, will be featured in this very engaging evening with a conversational style that follows the thread of stories in the room.
An after-show meet-and-greet and question-and-answer session will take place at approximately 8:30 p.m.; this event can be purchased as an add-on to the ticket.
The event is "Bring your own bottle," which means that anyone attending is welcome to bring their own refreshments.
The costs of the ticket ranges from $25 for general admission, an additional $15 if the attendees want to avail of the after-show meet and greet, and another $28 if they want to purchase Espinoza's Book: Body Becoming.
About Founders MCC
Founders MCC in Los Angeles is a Christian religious community that is prophetic, liberating, and progressive, which honors, values, and welcomes people of all backgrounds and identities.
According to the church’s website, they have their roots in the LGBTQI+ communities, and they are just as accepting of their heterosexual brothers and sisters as they are of their LGBTQI+ brothers and sisters.
Anyone can listen to a message that is not only current but also scripturally based, and it is a message that honors and embraces the spirituality and sexuality of all people.
The individuals who are a part of Founders MCC encourage one another to live meaningful lives and extend an invitation to everyone to undergo a transformation in mind, body, and spirit.
To make a difference in the world, the church reaches out as the hands, feet, and heart of Christ through acts of justice and compassion. This movement originates from a position of faith, completeness, and purity among its members.
Founders MCC offers a wide variety of different chances to develop one's religious beliefs. These include services of worship that are held on a weekly basis and provide an opportunity for everyone to rejoice, praise, pray, think, grow, and be challenged. In addition to this, they take part in a variety of workshops and classes that are centered on spiritual education.