Conversations Class
January 12, 2020
class meets in Fellowship Hall Overflow
Passages, Conversations and Good Samaritan Classes will combine for the following classes:
Ellen and Al Smith, PC(USA) are mission co-workers based in Germany
Jan. 12 - Global Mission Brunch 
(Wood Fellowship Hall)

Global Mission Sunday includes:
  • 9:00 and 11:00 Worship - Special message by Ellen Smith, Regional Liaison for Eastern Europe
  • 10:00 a.m. - Free congregation-wide brunch with Al Smith, Outreach Facilitator for Minority Peoples in Russia He will speak about his work with the Roma and refugees

Donations for our global mission initiatives will be accepted during brunch.
Being Human: Addiction and Recovery
(Fellowship Hall Overflow)

Being human involves brokenness and dependency, but being human also involves love and compassion. It means belonging in spite of guilt and shame, and it means loving in spite of mistakes.

As our church considers the mental and emotional needs of our community, we will explore addiction - its causes, its impact and its long journey back to home.

Jan. 19 - Addiction Overview 
Charles Odell, Dilworth Center
Jan. 26 - Addiction in our community
Justin Perry
Feb. 2 - Personal stories of Addiction and Recovery
FPC members
Sorting out: Racism in the New South

Feb. 9 - Hal Clarke
Feb. 16 - Dr. Tom Hanchett, Historian-in-Residence at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.