Nurturing both fellowship and faith, Wednesday nights bring our whole church together for a shared meal, spiritual growth, and thoughtful conversation. With short classes focused on art, healing, and Christian formation, Wednesdays Together offer something for everyone. Dinner begins at 5:45 and programming starts at 6:30.
Words for and from Our Times: Poetry of Injustice, Healing, and Hope: Associate Pastor Susan Steinberg will lead us finding contemporary American poets whose words have the power to sustain us in trying and uncertain times. All are welcome; Room 235.
Separation of Church and State: Rev. Rollin Russell, a retired church executive and adjunct faculty of Duke Divinity School, examines what’s really at stake when sectarian religious values threaten to sway public life. All are welcome; Assembly Hall.
Sojourning the Path of Grief: Rev. Mike Shannon, a local pastor and hospice chaplain, guides us in a time of meditation and healing as hold each other in hope through grief and loss. Registration limited; Library.
Sacred Conversations to End Racism: Experienced racial equity trainers Wanda Hunter and Debby Stroman facilitate a new curriculum sponsored by the United Church of Christ to examine the history and present forms of white supremacy. Registration limited; Room 219.
from Sacred Space Art Studio
Quilting: Denise Laux leads a quilting class for a adults that will yield a new quilt reflecting the ministries of the church.
Collage: Fred Joiner teaches an intergenerational art class to create a collage in the style of Romare Bearden.
Pottery: Cely Chicurel teaches us to make pottery in a course for all ages.