During Lent, our entire congregation will read Henri Nouwen’s book
Life of the Beloved: Spiritual Living in a Secular World
to learn more about what it means to live in the knowledge that we are Beloved and how we can reflect this Belovedness into the world.
April 7 - Life of the Beloved Discussion - Emily Phillips
April 14 -
Life of the Beloved Discussion - Mary Margaret Porter
April 21 - EASTER - All ages will join in Wood Fellowship Hall for a short
Easter message at 10:15 and butterfly release on the front lawn
April 28 -
The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Religion and
- Discussion of this book by Jonathan Haidt
This class presents rotating topics that invite exploration of Scripture and ways of living the faith personally and for the world. Teaching and discussion are attentive to the needs and interests of those who are navigating mid-life passages, but
the class is open to all.