We're organizing GLC into "neighborhoods" - fairly large geographic areas connected for occasional social gatherings and other means of care and support!
Sunday Coffee Hour:
Sundays, after worship around 11ish. We'll just chat and check in. Pastor Brett or another leader will facilitate. Come say hello, check in, see friends and meet new ones. Use the worship zoom link and just stick around!
Happy Hour: Check-in & Game
Taking a break - check back later...
(Happy hour just meaning after work, you're welcome toast the day with us, but no alcohol required!) We'll chat and check in, and then try a group game together. Jump in anytime! See friends and meet new ones. Click here to join.
Starting on Thursday, 10/22, and following Thursdays, 7:30-8:30pm on Zoom here: https://zoom.us/j/703956236, we're reading together the book of James in the Bible. All are welcome! No Bible experience necessary - it's a welcoming group and we share our questions, wonderings, and thoughts as we read together.
A little background on the book of James: intro from the Harper-Collins Study Bible, video intro from The Bible Project.
September 29, October 26
Let's read and talk together! Each of these four books, totally different, will be an interesting, powerful, and challenging conversation partner for us. Join friends for a conversation, led by Krystal W.
Details and share here on Facebook; Zoom meeting link: https://zoom.us/j/96308857770?pwd=YjBoUUFEZzZseGM4RlVacjVTb1p3UT09
You're always welcome even if you didn't finish or didn't love the book!
Go ahead and order books now, so you'll have them later!
September 29: "Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense" by Francis Spufford
October 26: "Shameless: A Sexual Reformation" by Nadia Bolz-Weber
Pub Theology Happy Hour
Next time TBA
Coordinator Adam O. will facilitate an open conversation - all people and perspectives welcome.
Click here to join the zoom meeting, or call-in number: 1 646 558 8656 - Meeting ID: 878 681 727
Have ideas for a social or learning opportunity? Comment below!