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Peacemaking Social Concerns in October  (click left)

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Mission in November  (click left)

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Special Event

November 25. 10:00 a.m. in the Council Room. “Child Trafficking” Debra Potter, Director of Community Outreach, Perimeter Presbyterian Church, Georgia, will be our special guest speaker. Debra will be talking to us about child trafficking. She will give us insight into this horrific practice.   … Read More

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Calvin Library Open House

Following worship on Sunday, October 12. You are invited to stop by Calvin Library to look over our new books and DVD’s. There is a fine selection of books for your enrichment and enjoyment. This is your library and we hope you use it often!   … Read More

Christian Education Classes

Tuesdays@10 In the Council Room. November 25.  “Human Trafficking” “In the fields . . . in the mines. . . . in raw materials processing . . . in hotels. . . in the supply chain. Down your street, in the U.S. and around the world, slavery is flourishing in a new form. Our church is working to stop it. You can help.” Most Americans assume that the Emancipation Proclamation signaled … Read More

Thrusdays@Faith Dinner and Program

November 13 “Movie Shorts”  6:00 p.m. in Illingworth Hall - Tickets $7 Remember the days when a movie was preceded by a newsreel or perhaps a cartoon?  Today the incarnation of that concept is called a “Movie Short”.  These can be live action or animated and are produced in varying lengths.  We will be showing a selection of these “Movie Shorts” produced in the last few … Read More

Monday Morning Book Discussion

Monday Morning Book Discussion.  Monday, November 10 at 10:30 a.m. in Calvin Library. Monday Morning Book Discussion The Vatican Waltz by Roland Merullo will be discussed at the Monday Morning Book Discussion. Cynthia lives a quiet, unassuming life outside of Boston, guided by her Catholic faith. She develops a deep friendship with her parish priest. His congregation sees him as … Read More

Faith After Dark

Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.  In the Council Room.  Small Group Leader, Bev Fletcher. Do you have questions about current issues and how you can respond?   Do you feel alone in your response?   Do you want to discuss current issues in a loving and accepting atmosphere where it is safe to disagree?   What does the Bible and our faith have to say about what is going on in the world … Read More

Coming this Fall: Monday Morning Book Group

Monday Morning Book Group in the Calvin Library at 10:30 a.m.  Read these books this summer! Monday, October 14,  “The Preservationist”  by David Maine. November 11, “Evolving in Monkey Town: How a Girl Who Knew All the Answers Learned to Ask the Questions” by Rachel Held Evans. December 10, “The Elegance of the Hedgehog” by Muriel Barbery.  These books are available in … Read More

Christian Education

Tuesday@10.  In the Council Room.  May 13, 20, 27. “A Survey of the New testament”  Led by The Reverend David Forsberg. Have you wondered why the Gospels differ in the stories they tell? How does Paul fit into the picture? Who are the authors of the other letters in the New Testament?   Faith After Dark.  Weekly discussion group meets on Wednesday evenings at 6:0 p.m. … Read More

Exercise Classes with Mimi continue through summer

Mimi Dorhauer, Parish Nurse, will lead a free exercise class on Monday and Wednesday in Illingworth Hall from 9:30-10:30 a.m.  The class will focus on four aspects of fitness: flexibility, balance, stretching, strengthening. Participants may choose to stand for part of the exercise session and the remaining portion will take place in chairs. This is not an aerobics class and no exercises will be … Read More