Sheryl Bronkesh, chair of Generations After - Descendants of Holocaust Survivors in Greater Phoenix, is reaching out to area churches to tell them about a program available in the Valley - Willesden Read. This program is based on the memoir, The Children of Willesden Lane by Mona Golabek. The program is sponsored by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Phoenix Holocaust Survivors' Association, Generations After, and Scottsdale Community College.
Opportunities to explore the Reformation’s impact include movie, panel, music and worship.
This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, a momentous religious revolution that shaped theology, history and the lives of all people around the world and continue to do so today. Beatitudes Campus will hold a week-long exploration of this important point in history and discuss how we continue to reform and develop our faith today.