The turmoil in our country of the past few weeks has made it clear that racism is a continuing scourge in our country. We must seek to address this problem, but where do we even begin?
This Thursday our Faith4Life group begins a 15 week film series with Father Richard Rohr, a Franciscan priest, based on his book The Divine Dance.
This book by Rohr looks at the Trinity,... (More...)
“Ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on” and so does Faith4Life
So sang the Beatles in this Lennon-McCartney song from 1968. Some of us might remember the song from the first time around,... (More...)
Thursday morning at 10 AM a group is watching a film series entitled Resurrection Now: Delighting In Our Salvation with Father Richard Rohr. Father Rohr is a Franciscan priest and... (More...)
Joins us for a fascinating journey through Holy Week with New Testament professor Amy-Jill Levine. Faith4Life is offering two
opportunities for you to read and discuss Entering the... (More...)
Jesus’ final days were full of risk. Every move he made was filled with anticipation, danger, and the potential for great loss or great reward…
In Entering the Passion of Jesus:... (More...)
Welcome to Lent, a time when we prepare ourselves for Easter. In some traditions, folks give up something for Lent. In other traditions, folks take on a spiritual practice or discipline... (More...)
The monthly men’s breakfast will be at 7:30 am on January 18 (the third Saturday of the month).
Join Chip for food, fellowship, and Faith in Fellowship Hall.
All men are invited... (More...)
Join us for a discussion of the book, Neighborhood Church by Krin Van Tatenhove and Rob Mueller on Sundays at 9:30 AM starting January 12 in the library.
This Faith4Life series invites skeptics, seekers, the “spiritual but not religious,” and people of faith, to a conversation about the intersection of science and religion.
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