Sunday Mornings: Join us on Sunday mornings at 9:15 in the library or online as we watch a series of videos with Walter Brueggemann, who has been described as “one of the most influential Old Testament scholars of the last several decades.” Here and Now Matters: Moral Action in the Real World. The viewing guide describes the seven-film series this way: It is “a textured teaching about who we are we called to be in the world through the lens of loving God, loving ourselves, and loving our neighbor.”
Sunday Evenings—Join us on Sunday evenings from 7 until 8:30 for a discussion of John Philip Newell’s book, Sacred Earth Sacred Soul. Books will be available in the office or at the class. Contact Tami if you want to join us via zoom.
Tuesday Mornings Our Tuesday morning group meets at 10 AM weekly to read and discuss White Too Long by Robert P. Jones. We’ll watch videos of the author discussing each of the seven chapters.
Our Centering Prayer group will continue to meet at 7 PM on Wednesdays, in person and online.
Chip and Tami are leading a weekly Disciple Bible Study Group, Under the Tree of Life at 7:30 PM. The study concentrates on the Old Testament Writings (Psalms and wisdom literature), the Gospel of John, and Revelation. This is a 32-week study that includes a significant amount of reading. Please contact Tami (Tami@fpcyorktown.org) or Connie (email@example.com) to let us know.
Thursday Mornings Our Thursday morning group meets weekly at 10 AM. We are watching and discussing a seven-film series, Called to Community. This curriculum features several of our generation’s wisest souls reflecting on these issues and the larger question of “What is the role of the Church?”
Women’s Circle Bible Study The Women’s Circle meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 10:30 AM in the library and online, following the Presbyterian Women/Horizons Bible Study curriculum, Celebrating Sabbath: Accepting God’s Gift of Rest and Delight. Books are available in the office for a suggested donation of $10.
Men’s Breakfast The monthly Men’s Breakfast will meet on November 12th at 8am in our Fellowship Hall, followed by “taking down the tent” in our backyard.