Class Schedule

Adult Education
FOUNDATIONS SERIES

Fellowship Hall

Sundays, April 26, May 3 and May 10, 2015

The Jewish Trinity: God, Torah and Israel
Exploration of Jewish ideas of divinity, scripture & peoplehood
If one seeks a sense of the spirit of Judaism, one must explore the three fundamental relationships to the Jewish psyche: relationship with God, with tradition and with one another. During the course of this three week class, Rabbi AdamMorris will lead a journey of study through the main facets of each of these relationships.
Facilitator: Rabbi Adam Morris, of Temple Micah in Park Hill

Adult Education
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FORUM

Contemporary Issues Forum is an adult education class offered on Sundays at 9:15 am with topics that change weekly.
McCollum Room

April 26
Racial Discrimination in Healthcare: Experience and Insight from CSTAHR
Community and Students Together Against Healthcare Racism (CSTAHR) is a group of leaders from our community working with medical students to improve healthcare experiences. They are Latino, black, white, men, women, old and young. They are working together to better understand perceived discrimination and design a feasible intervention to better equip future healthcare providers and community members to reduce its effects. They will provide background about the impact of racial discrimination on health disparities. s.
Facilitators: Romany Redman, Michael Rudolph, MD Candidates, 2016, University of Colorado Medical School; and community members
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May 3 
How Street Papers Unite Communities
In addition to not having a home, those who are houseless face many barriers that prevent them from being part of the community. The Denver VOICE street paper offers an innovative solution to urban homelessness and unemployment. In addition to the opportunity to earn a dignified income, the VOICE gives those living in poverty an opportunity to share their own stories, and through doing so, become part of the community.
Speaker: Laura Thompson is the Executive Director of the Denver VOICE. 

May 10
Denver Mountain Parks: 100 Years of the Magnificent Dream
In 1912, Denver citizens voted to develop the Denver Mountain Parks and today many of these parks, such as Red Rocks, Summit Lake and Lookout Mountain, are the most-visited tourist sites in Colorado. Denver Mountain Parks: 100 Years of the Magnificent Dream, written to celebrate the mountain parks’ centennial, presents the complete history of the mountain parks from their beginnings to the present day. Illustrated with historic photographs and maps, the book showcases 72 new John Fielder photographs and 26 Then-and-Now image pairs.  In June, the book received the 2014 Colorado Book Award in the history category. The book will be available for purchase on May 10.
Speaker: Erika Walker, one of the book’s co-authors, is a member of Montview and a native Coloradan with a passion for preserving open space.

Adult Education
PARENTING FORUM

Parenting Forum a track of adult education at Montview specifically for parents of children and teens.
Gallery Room

April 12- May 3 – “Parenting Teens: Guiding Your Kids into Adulthood” with Kayla Knopp, MA, Graduate Student in the Clinical Child PhD program at DU.

May 10 – “Seasoned Parents Panel” Coffee and Conversation with Montview Members who’ve survived the early years

Adult Education
BEYOND SUNDAY

Coffee & Conversation
1st Tuesday of the month from 10:00 to 11:30 am 
Meet in the Commons
Facilitator: Russ Wehner
Using video presentations by leading theologians, we will explore and discuss some of the most provocative issues of faith for our times.

Women’s Wednesday Evening Book Study
Interested in thought-provoking discussions on books that will challenge you and help you develop your faith? This book group will allow you to do just that while getting to know a great group of women at Montview. Contact Linda Rumbarger at lrumbarg@hotmail.com or 303.525.2917 for more information and schedule.

Bible Discussion Group

Green Room

Would you like to discuss the passages that inspire the morning’s sermon? Join us in the Green Room at 9:15 am on Sunday mornings through May 3rd. We’ll discuss the morning’s Bible passages as we explore how the messages inform our lives. Each class will be a stand-alone discussion. For more information, please contact co-facilitators Scott Ranby at scottranby@hotmail.com or Craig Rathbun at craigr@thefleishercompany.com.

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