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Adult and Family Fellowship Opportunities.

Also read our newsletter, The Tidings, for additional information.


Adult Grow - Study Opportunities
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Parenting at Panera a weekly informal gathering of moms who talk about many things but focus on school age children and our roles as providers, both spiritual and otherwise. Meets weekly on Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m., at Panera in West Windsor (Sept to June season). No advance preparation necessary. Good support group.

Speak with Janis Haddock, Melody Bromberg or Kathy Slothower for more information.

Christian Focus a year-round weekly gathering of serious disciples. They are always eager to welcome new participants. Come any Wednesday at Noon in the Church Lounge and share a brown bag lunch. Discussion/or a DVD play on the flat screen display, begins in earnest at 12:30 p.m.

For example, in the past we reviewd a new DVD entitled "Lives of Great Christians," a series of 24 lectures by Dr. William Cook.  The series begins with St. Paul and includes Augustine, St. Francis of Assisi, Martin Luther, Dietrich Bonhoeffer and others. This is one of the best DVD's we've seen. 

Please join us Wednesdays at noon in the conference room. Come when you can and bring a bag lunch. We start our DVDs at approximately 12:30 p.m.

See Gerda Somers or Phyllis Church for more information.

Don’t see what you need for your adult discipleship training? Well, talk with us and let’s get something started. Small groups can meet at your work, home or the neighborhood grocery store, and explore a faith topic of your choosing for the length of time that fits best with your schedule.

updated 06/23/16


Book Group
The Book Group meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month unless otherwise noted. We welcome new members at any time. Please call Phyllis Church at 799-1793 or, if you have any questions

Examples of books read in the past are:

The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom
Seven-year-old Lavinia is an Irish girl orphaned aboard a ship to America and sent to live as an indentured servant in a Southern tobacco plantation. She is soon set to work with the slaves of the kitchen house who are under the care of Belle, the master's mixed race illegitimate daughter. She becomes bonded to her new family yet feels set apart because she is white. When she is accepted into the big house, she finds herself straddling two different worlds and eventually forced to make a choice.

The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott
Tess, a young dressmaker, is thrilled when she is hired by a famous designer, Lady Lucille Duff Gordon, to be her personal maid on the Titanic. Once on board she meets two intriguing men, a kind sailor and a mysterious businessman who both offer her their views on what to expect in America. On the fourth night, the great ship strikes an iceberg and chaos ensues with Tess as one of the last people to board a lifeboat. In the scramble for safety not all behave honorably including Tess's employer.

from the Tidings

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