For history buffs and those interested in the historical, doctrinal and institutional issues between early Christians and the Jewish community, come to Room 209 and learn more about Early Christians and Their Milieu with Earle Hilgert and Dick Riley.
The group discussion on the novel The Hate U Give by Angie Taylor continues in the Library with Zanne MacDonald facilitating.
Wondering how to guide your children to the light when it’s hard for you to see it? Come to Faith and Family where together we share our hopes and fears, bolstered by fellowship and food, as we create a network of parents at WPC (Adrienne Kim Bird, Molly Peck, Elizabeth Schlipper, Derry Wade, Lounge).
Contemporary Theology Class continues its study of Constructive Theology: A Contemporary Approach to Classical Themes in the Choir Classroom.
Opening Doors welcomes all adults, especially those with mental and/or physical challenges. Music, fellowship, and sharing of biblical stories from both the Old and New Testament are the foundations of the class. Participants also have the option of sitting together during worship service. If transportation is needed, Jaunt service usually is available. If you have questions, please contact Leanna Whitmore (firstname.lastname@example.org) (All year -Room 208).