Conversations Class
 February 16, 2020
class meets in Fellowship Hall Overflow
Passages, Conversations and Good Samaritan Classes will combine for the following classes:
Sorting out: Racism in the New South
(Wood Fellowship Hall)

Feb. 16 - Dr. Tom Hanchett joins us this week to talk about the new edition of his book Sorting Out the New South City: Race, Class, and Urban Development in Charlotte, 1875–1975 , which traces how Charlotte grew big — and explores the surprising history of how it became segregated, both racially and economically.

Dr. Hanchett, recently retired from Levine Museum of the New South, is now the Historian-in-Residence with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. 

Dr. Hanchett's book will be for sale in Historical Lobby on the day of the class.
Congregational Breakfast
Feb. 23 - 9:30-11:00am 
(Wood Fellowship Hall)
Celebrate and support our youth by enjoying a delicious breakfast with your congregation hosted by Youth Ministry.

Funds raised will support the Youth Ministry Mission and Conference Fund. 

Ticket cost:
$5/children 5-11 (4 and under eat free)

The Trinity
March 1, 8, 15
Fellowship Hall Overflow
The Trinity is the name we give to the three persons of God, yet this concept often feels mysterious and beyond comprehension. In this series, learn more about the Reformed faith’s understanding of this centuries old doctrine.

Mar. 1 - The Father - Robert Galloway
Mar. 8 - The Son - Robert Galloway
Mar. 15 - The Holy Spirit - TBD