Congregational Life


Our SOLOS group is for singles and meets once a month for a fellowship event. Meetings are often held  in Fellowship Hall one Sunday of the month at 4 p.m. Entertainment varies but there is always good food to enjoy together. Some months events take participants off campus to enjoy a play, a shows or enjoy a meal at a restaurant.

Dinners with Friends

Would you like to expand your circle of friends within the church, meet new members or dine with members you see every Sunday but have not known socially?

If the answer is yes, plan to join Dinner with Friends for our Spring session for February, March and April or for our Fall/Winter season November, December and January. This is a great opportunity to meet new friends and reconnect with old friends.

Each month you will gather with four to five others for dinner. Once during the session you will be asked to provide refreshments and host a simple meal while the other parties furnish the salad and dessert.  The host/hostess will arrange a day of the month which is convenient for all.  You will receive a schedule of all the participants for the three-month session.  New members and friends of the church are encouraged to become involved.

Book of the Month

Winter/Spring 2020 
Time: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 
Place: Music Room 
Leader: Janet Neese 
Copies are available in the Church Library 
An Informal Discussion Group Everyone is Welcome to Attend!

Book List Titles selected for discussion for the first half of 2020 are:

Friday, January 17: Where The Crawdads Sing By Delia Owens (FICTION OweWhe) 
A young girl, abandoned by her family is forced to raise herself alone in the marshes of North Carolina.

Friday, February 21: The Last Year of The War by Susan Meissner A German American teenager’s life changes forever when her family is sent to an internment camp during World War II.

Friday, March 20: The Nickle Boys by Colson Whitehead (FICTION WetNic) Two boys are sent to a hellish reform school in Jim Crow-era Florida.

Friday, April 17: The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Richardson (FICTION RicfBoo) Based on the Pack Horse Library Project started in Depression-era America, women delivered books in the rural mountains of Kentucky.

Friday, May 15: The Dutch House By Ann Patchett (FICTION PasDut) The lives of siblings Danny and Maeve are overshadowed by their childhood home - a lavish mansion.

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