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We are embarking on a collaborative book study with Olivet Institutional Baptist and St. Paul’s Episcopal. We’ll discuss The Book of Joy, by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, on three Wednesday evenings: Oct. 4, Nov. 1 and Dec. 6, meeting once at each church. More info to follow – for now, save the dates!
We’re trying something new! Instead of having to request and pick up a CD of the entire worship service, you can now access the whole service online. (This is just another option–CDs are still available through the church.) Follow the link to listen! 09/10/2017 Worship
Amanda Powell, vocalist/song leader and keyboardist/conductor Anne Wilson are teaming up to present 3 Community Sings. The first one (Less Racket, More Singing!) will be at Forest Hill Church on Fri. Sept. 22 at 7:30pm. Come experience community-building and help promote singing, serenity and silliness! It’s free, fun, and appropriate for all ages.
All church women are invited to join Iris Circle at 11am on Tues. Sept. 19 in the Cafe to tour the “behind the scenes” areas of the Mayfield Village Heinen’s. Box lunches available for $8.45 after the tour in their Cafe. Reservations a must–email Nancy Burcham. Areas include:
Are you ready for this Sunday’s Fall Festival? Wear your best country duds and get ready to get down and friendly with food, games and fun! Join us after worship for lunch, a cookie walk, story telling, pie baking contest, line dancing and more!
Rev. Laury Larson will lead us in a discussion of our One Church, One Book reading: October 31, 1517: Martin Luther and the Day that Changed the World by Martin Marty and James Martin. On Aug. 20, join him after worship to discuss the book and the Reformation as we prepare for the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation this Fall.