Imago Dei hosting free Digital Photography class Feb. 9 & 16

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Imago Dei will be hosting a Free Digital Photography class from 1 – 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 9 and Sunday, Feb. 16 at Highline College.

The classes will take place in Building 22, Room #104 at 2400 South 240th Street in Des Moines.

Here’s more info from their website

The vision of Imago Dei is to be a church for the unchurched. We are group of people who for some are followers of Jesus, others that are open to the teachings of Jesus, and some who do not believe in God or Jesus. What makes us unique is that this ekklesia is all about building authentic friendships within our community, opening the dialogue about the life and teachings of Jesus, and putting into action what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ. We are in essence a bunch of misfits, recognizing that while our hope is to reflect as best as we can a follower of Jesus, yet realizing we all have hang-ups, cravings, and addictions. It is our belief that every human being is unique, creative, passionate, of infinite worth, ‘imago dei’ – created in the image of God, and that Jesus, his life, death, and resurrection is the clearest image of who God is.

The ethos of Imago Dei is to be a casual, “come as you are,” multi-ethnic, third-culture, cause- driven, transformational Christ-following community. We have a passion for the arts and social justice, so music, technology, media, and local & global justice issues are a big part of our conversation. As a “high-definition” ekklesia we focus on bringing the love of Jesus into crystal-clear life changing images to those who are far from Him.

The mission of Imago Dei is to lead our generation into reclaiming the incarnational kingdom life through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Imago Dei is about the global need that exists today of reconnecting ekklesia and society in a way that makes ekklesia both authentic and real. We believe that ekklesia can only accomplish this by turning outward and loving those around us the way Jesus loved the world: not just in words, but also in action.

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