Memory Cafè which usually meets the first Monday of the month will be held on September 12th at 2:00 pm. The topic will be “The World of Trains”. It will be presented by David Ward.
This congregation is well aware of how Ebola has impacted Africa, and specifically Liberia. The first two cases of Ebola were diagnosed at the Ganta United Methodist Hospital. Because the hospital is walking distance from Guinea, many come to the UM hospital for medical care. Ebola had its start in Guinea, and then to Liberia. […]
This is the continuation of the Lenten Study of “Renegade Gospel” by Mike Slaughter March 6 Chapter 4 “Seeing Jesus Today” – Bev Pervis March 20 Chapter 5 “The Way of the Cross” – Jerry Krause March 27 Easter – No Class and the series raps up the first Sunday in April
Carol Moellenberndt will lead the discussion “The Most Important Question You Will Ever Have to Answer. This is part of the Lenten series Discovering the Rebel Jesus by Mike slaughter. Grab a bite to eat and drink from Café Joy, and join us at 09:15 AM in the Lounge. Come early to get the best […]
Once again we will be doing a “Walk to Jerusalem” program. It consists of walking and meditation during lent. As we add our miles together we hope to reach Jerusalem by Easter. Pedometers are available to the first 20 people who register. Registration is on the information board in the Narthex.
When people or their loved ones get sick, they often turn to prayer and religion. Does it really work? Is there scientific evidence available that supports the positive effects of prayer on our health? There will be a panel discussion led by Dr. Steven Davis, Susan Pfannenstiel RN, and Dr. Rod Krueger on this topic. […]