Here are the full details on how we’ll connect with each other over “Way of Love” during the Lenten Community Book Read. Sign up for the book read in the Mission Center or in myWPC. Books are $15 and are available in the Mission Center.

Movie & Dessert Nights
Wirzba writes about these two movies in “Way of Love,” and we’ll watch them together over dessert on two Fridays in March. Join us in the Parlor from 6:30-9pm to watch:

  • Friday, March 17: Babette’s Feast – When Babette, a French refugee, arrives in a remote Danish town, the tight-knit, puritanical community begrudgingly lets her in. After the town patriarch passes away and Babette insists on preparing a feast in his honor, it changes the townspeople’s lives forever. Sign up in myWPC.
  • Friday, March 31: As It Is In Heaven – After having a breakdown, a famous conductor returns to his remote village and inspires a church choir. Sign up in myWPC.

Sunday Worship
Sermons will draw from these chapters in the book during Lent:

  • March 5: Chapters 1-3
  • March 12: Chapters 4-6
  • March 19: Chapters 7-8
  • March 26: Campus Ministry Sunday, Guest preacher: Rev. Linda Parker, Presbyterian Campus Minister at North Carolina Central University
  • April 2: Chapters 9-11
  • April 9: Chapter 12
  • April 16: Chapters 13-14 and Epilogue

Online Discussion Forum
Join the Facebook Group for weekly prompts and questions about “Way of Love.” Click here, log into your Facebook account, and click “Join Group” to participate.

Sunday Book Discussions
Pastors and staff will lead book discussions after 11am worship on three Sundays in Lent. We’ll gather in Room 105 from 12:15-1:15pm on:

  • March 12
  • March 26
  • April 9

Feel free to bring a bag lunch to these post-worship discussions. Please contact Heather Ferguson (heather@wpcdurham.org) by the Wednesday before to request childcare for age 4 and under during that week’s Sunday book discussion.

Aperture: Third Wednesdays
“Way of Love” author Norman Wirzba will be our guest speaker for Aperture: Third Wednesdays on April 19 from 6:30-8pm in the Music Room.