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Sacred Ground, a Race Dialogue Series
Sacred Ground is a film- and readings-based dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. Small groups walk through chapters of America’s history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity. We begin the week of October 26. Contact Jill Henderson if you have questions or would like to see the syllabus.
Women's Bible Study
Men's Bible Study Gatherings
Small Group Bible Study
Come dive into scripture with a small group and experience the Bible in a new way. All are welcome regardless of Bible knowledge or past experience! Why study the Bible? Reading and reflecting on scripture in
During the season of Lent, we gather on Wednesday evenings for a shared soup supper before participating in the season's program. Lenten University offers a mid-week pause to our hectic daily lives and allows us to focus on faith and fellowship for an evening. Children's programming is also available during Lenten University. Program details are announced by February each year. Registration is encouraged so we can plan for the meal. All are welcome!
Spiritual Autobiography is a five-week series where we explore how God has been at work in our lives in the small ways, the big ways and the undiscovered ways. Each night begins with a shared meal before breaking into small groups to share our own spiritual stories. The series is open to all and is ideal for newcomers and long-time members alike and anyone looking to deepen their faith or meet new friends. No special knowledge or training needed just a desire to get to know one another, and God, a little better. Spiritual Autobiography is offered once a year. Watch the weekly news for the next class.