The Re-Imagining Community

 

We are an ecumenical, radical, Christian movement. Together we pursue creative and relevant ways of understanding Womanist, Feminist, Mujerista, and Asian Feminist theologies, opening space for dialogue with the church, diverse religious communities, and the world. We are impassioned to participate in Re-Imagining by our love and search for God, justice, and a challenging, empowering, and inclusive church.

The Re-Imagining Community

We are an ecumenical, radical, Christian movement. Together we pursue creative and relevant ways of understanding Womanist, Feminist, Mujerista, and Asian Feminist theologies, opening space for dialogue with the church, diverse religious communities, and the world. We are impassioned to participate in Re-Imagining by our love and search for God, justice, and a challenging, empowering, and inclusive church.

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News & Events:

25th Anniversary Events

We have seven events planned throughout the Twin Cities metro area for the 25th Anniversary of Re-Imagining, November 2017 – November 2018.

Download/print the flyer for details on all of the events.

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New 25th Anniversary Event

Music for Peace: The Sacred Jazz of Mary Lou Williams

Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 2:00 pm
The Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas
University of St. Thomas
2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN

Musicians of the Swing Sisterhood Big Band, along with a choir and vocal soloists, perform selections from "Music for Peace" by jazz pianist and composer Mary Lou Williams. Williams, an African-American inspired by the musical innovations of Vatican II, premiered the work in 1974 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City. Commonly known as “Mary Lou’s Mass,” this work was the composer's testimony to the healing power of music.

All are welcome: Free Admission