Get plugged in with an ongoing small group on Sundays at 9:30am!
Sharing Spirits Class
Christianity is more than doctrine or theology, and even more than prayer. For many it is the daily effort to live one’s faith in every time and place. Get introduced to those who have done so over the centuries shows the many paths they found. You are invited to join the Sharing Spirits class as we begin, on Sunday, March 5th at 9:30am, to learn about real lives that exemplify Christian faith in action.
The study begins with Paul and the first Christian missionaries and ranges across 21 centuries, five continents, and several denominations, and concludes with Martin Luther King Jr.
Class in Pastor’s Office
This group is reading and discussing the book “Living the Quaker Way: Timeless Wisdom for a Better Life Today” by local author Philip Gulley. Gulley explains central Quaker values and practices—simplicity, peace, integrity, community, and equality—in clear and inviting ways, drawing on Quaker history to provide context and illustration of the distinctive ways of the Religious Society of Friends (another name for Quakers). He also draws on his own life, acknowledging shortcomings in ways that disarm and attest to the Quaker value of integrity of speech. No need to have the book or do homework – we read in class and discuss! All are welcome.
Living the Questions
We spend time each week honestly sharing our whole selves with one another. Following our time of sharing we are currently making our way through the video series “Saving Jesus: Redux” a small group exploration seeking a credible Jesus for the 3rd millennium. Basically, our group loves to wrestle with the more controversial questions as we support each other in walking our paths with Christ.
Join us for 6-week small groups, starting in May!
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