In the Library, The Old Testament from Scratch, (February 17, 24, March 3) provides an introduction to the books of the Old Testament (also known as the Hebrew Scriptures) from Genesis to Malachi. This week, the class will explore Joshua through Nehemiah. Coming soon: the words of the Prophets and the varied collection known as the Writings. The class is led by Lynne Clements, Hal Collums, Rebecca McGregor and Barry Parks (Library)
In the Lounge, the Faith and Family discusses the important topic of allowance, chores and money decisions for kids, teens and young adults. Parents with children of all ages are welcome.
In Room 209, Ken Henry and Jack Townsend begin a class on Poetry in the Old Testament.
The book study on Goodness and Grace in Louise Penny’s Novels concludes. This week, the class meets in the Choir Classroom. Discussions facilitated by Betsy Donohoe.
Contemporary Theology meets in room 207.
Opening Doors welcomes all adults, especially those with mental and/or physical challenges, to sing, share fellowship and hear Bible stories. (Room 208)