Spiritual Formation takes place Sunday mornings at 10:45 a.m., following worship. Opportunities are available for all ages and come in many forms – small groups, intergenerational, and online opportunities. Innovative leaders are constantly providing new models and resources.
Book Discussion for Native/Indigenous History Month
Sunday, November 28 / 10:45 a.m. / Social Hall
The Envisioning Commission would like to invite you to honor Native/Indigenous History Month with a book study/discussion of a beautiful collection of short stories in Onigamiising by Linda LeGarde Grover.
In addition to the November book, click here for more resources that you can explore this month as well.
Begins Sunday mornings in October, 10:45 a.m. / Fireside Room
Beginning in October, the Friendship Class will begin to explore world religions. Using The Great Courses, readings, and discussions, the group will begin on October 3 with the study of Islam, an important religion that is so much a part of global life today. The thread of the course will be taped lectures by Professor John E. Esposito, Professor of Islamic Studies at Georgetown, and readings will be drawn from the bounty on the Web. Dr. Esposito’s first lecture is entitled, “Islam Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.”
Spiritual Practices for Muddling Through with Reba Herder
Sunday, November 14, 28 and December 5 / 10:45 a.m. / Library
Join ordained minister and spiritual director, Reba Herder for conversation, self care, and prayer practices that can help us support each other when we’re drained and hurting.
Seeking Justice Together
All ages are invited to participate in art, games, reader’s theater, and table talk focused on justice stories found in the Bible. This will be a great time to engage with and develop relationships with people of every age in our church family.
Christmas Card Cheer
Sunday, December 5, 2021 / 10:45 a.m. / Fellowship Hall
Join us December 5th to decorate cards to send and spread a little comfort and joy this Christmas season. All ages and decorating abilities are welcome. We will meet in the Fellowship Hall where cards, markers and stickers will be provided. After the decorating is complete, cards will be addressed and sent to residents who may have missed joining us for in-person worship.