Join us on May 27th and/or June 3 as we “debrief.” We’ll talk about what we learned and discuss ways in which we might want to continue the “faith and science” discussion in the fall. Your Adult Ed planning team is also looking for your suggestions—what else would you like to learn? Some ideas include a sort of “Presbyterian 101” covering why our worship service is structured the way it is, what the Book of Confessions has to do with anything, and why you should read the Book of Order.
Have you been looking for an opportunity to walk our beautiful labyrinth? Are you interested in trying some “walking meditation?” Join Connie Knapp on Sunday, June 17th at 9:30 AM, before the service, or Wednesday evening, July 11th at 7PM, weather permitting. All are welcome. Bring bug spray, just in case!
Looking for a lively book discussion over the summer? Join Connie on Wednesday August 8 at 7 PM to discuss Pastrix, by Nadia Bolz-Weber. The subtitle is “the cranky, beautiful faith of a sinner & saint.” Wikipedia describes her as “a Lutheran minister and public theologian.” If it’s nice we can sit outside, in the meditation space near the labyrinth.
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