Finding Our Way Again
Dorothy Pennell will lead a Women’s Spirituality Group in a four week study of Brian McLaren’s book "Finding Our Way Again." The study will introduce ancient spiritual practices into our daily lives and provide a space to speak what is in our hearts and explore our relationships with God, ourselves, and others.
A brief meeting for those interested will be held in the Parlor on Sunday, September 16, after the 11am service to preview the book and choose a meeting time for these four sessions.
Update: This group will meet on Sunday afternoons from 12:15-2:15pm in Room 207 from October 28 through November 18. The group is open even if you were not able to attend the interest meeting, so come join the conversation!
The Luminous Web
The Young Adults are hosting a Wednesday Evening Theology Series on Religion, Science, and Medicine. Brad Kern and Katherine Hester will lead the study on Barbara Brown Taylor’s book "The Luminous Web: Essays on Science and Religion." This series is open to all interested and will meet on September 19, September 26, and October 3 from 7-8:15pm in the Youth Suite. Copies of "The Luminous Web" can be purchased from the church for $10 each. Call the church office at 919-489-4974 to reserve a copy of the book.
Learn more on page 5 of the Aug. 23 newsletter.
Update: On Wednesday, October 10, Duke Divinity School student, Dr. John Dormois, will lead "The Luminous Web" Theology Series group in a brief lecture and discussion on the intersection and practice of medicine and faith. Dr. Dormois practiced medicine as a cardiologist for 35 years in Tampa, FL. All are welcome to join us from 7-8:30 in Room 105 for this time together.