Join us the first Sunday of every month from 5:00-7:00 P.M. in Fellowship Hall as we share a casual meal together, enjoy a time of connection, and participate in conversations surrounding faith. If you are looking for a more casual and free time of fellowship and worship, or the opportunity to wrestle with your faith, this is the gathering for you. Each month will feature a fun new theme. All ages are welcome!
Begins in October!
Do you find yourself craving greater intimacy with God and others? Are you experiencing a time of particularly high anxiety or stress? Would you benefit from more space for quiet?
If you find yourself answering yes to any of these questions, I invite you to consider signing up for one of our Lectio Divina groups. Lectio Divina is an ancient, contemplative practice of listening through scripture. Unlike a Bible study or Christian Education class, Lectio Divina is a meditative way of reading scripture that invites us to attune both to God and to each other. Over the course of this Greatest Good campaign, we invite you to consider joining our Seminary Intern, Tiffany Ashworth, in practicing greater presence to God and one another so that we might live with greater spiritual attention and response to God’s activity in our lives and communities.
These groups will be offered in person and over Zoom for six consecutive weeks.
In-person sessions will begin on Monday, October 10 from 7:00-8:30 P.M. in the Church Lounge.
Zoom sessions will begin on Thursday October 13 from 10:00 A.M – 11:30 A.M.
Check our weekly e-blasts to receive the Zoom link as we grow closer to the dates! All are welcome to join.
Should you have any questions, please email TAshworth@smccpby.com.
The SMCC Wellness Committee presents a new, interactive workshop exploring the intellectual side of wellness. How does the brain work? what are the basic aspects of memory? Which is most beneficial, multi-tasking or focused single-tasks? Dianne Whiting a physical therapist and chairperson on the Wellness Committee for Monte Vista Grove Homes, will be leading attendees through a series of practical activites and puzzles that challenge the brain in healthy ways so to better understand and care for them. This workshop is open to all who would like to attend.
To register, please click here.
What are the challenges that we as a church face as we seek the good with and for our neighbors? Risk and vulnerability are involved as we open ourselves to the needs in our community and our world, and the God who journeyed with the people of Israel is the same God who journeys with us as disciples of Jesus in our day and age.
This three-week class, led by Associate Pastor Erik Wiebe, will lead us through the three chapters of Brueggeman’s book as we trace the arc of God’s salvific work through history, past and present.
Should you have any questions about this series, please email EWiebe@smccpby.com.