Wednesday Night Alive!
Dinner at 5 p.m.; programs for all ages at 6 p.m.
Dinner is $3/children, $5/adults, $18/family max
Jan. 23: roast pork loin, scalloped potatoes, peas, rolls, cupcakes
Jan. 30: chicken & broccoli divan, rice, mixed salad, rolls, butterscotch pudding
Feb. 6: ham, mac & cheese, baby limas, rolls, cake
Feb. 13: beef stew, salad, cornbread, cookies
Feb. 20: poppy seed chicken, rice, green beans, rolls, chocolate pudding
Feb. 27: sloppy joes, tater tots, coleslaw, s'mores brownies
Note that there is always a chicken nugget option for the kids!
5:30-7:00 Children's & Youth Programs
5:45-7:00 Disciple Fast Track (Room 110)
6:00-7:00 Faith Formation (Room 210)
6:00-7:30 New Officer Training (Parlor)
6:15-7:00 Adult Handbells
7:00 Chancel Choir (Choir Room)
Faith Formation Topics:
January 9: Loving Our Neighbor Who Grieves
Caitlin Burns from Big Bend Hospice will help us understand what those who are grieving are going through and give us tools to help support those closes to us as they grieve.
January 16: Loving Our Neighbor Who Experiences Homelessness
Monique Ellsworth of the CESC (Connecting Everyone with Second Chances) will come and share with us about how they are helping those experiencing homelessness in our community through the Kearney Center, The Dwellings (the tiny house project), and new dental plans. She will also encourage us in how we can be part of the solution.
January 23: C.S. Lewis: The Man and His Writings
Many have memories tied to Lewis' characters like Edmond or Wormwood. Who was this man and what inspired the diversity of his work?
January 30: Loving Our Neighbor Who Lives with Disabilities
Dan Moore from Ability First will share with us how their organization assists those who live with disabilities. He will spend a good portion of his time training us about language around disabilities and how we can support those in our own lives who are living with disabilities.