Upcoming Events

Check back to this page to see the events that our community is hosting in the coming weeks and months!

At this time, our church building is closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and our events are more limited than usual. Despite our physical separation, we continue to seek connection with congregants through online meetings. These include not only the Sunday service, but have also included regular Mindfulness Moments on Facebook, and weekly prayer and hangout times for kids and adults via Zoom. Links for Zoom meetings can be found in the weekly email.

Weekly Events

 

— Services are held every Sunday at 10 AM (via Facebook Live and Zoom).

— Bibles and Bagels is a Bible study focused on the epistle to the Romans and occurs Sundays at 9 AM (via Zoom).

— The Church-Wide Engagement group completed a multiple week discussion on Dr. Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist this summer and is now focusing on how to be antiracists in our community. This group meets on Wednesdays at 6 PM (via Zoom).

— WooKids and WooYouth Hangouts occur on Thursdays at 4 PM (via Zoom)

Special Events

 

— Youngish Adults Game Night occurs monthly on the last Thursday of the month at 7 PM via Zoom. The game choices change each week, but have included games like Scattergories and a variety of JackBox games (e.g. Quiplash, Drawful, Blather Round, etc.). The next Game Night will be Thursday, April 28th. Game Night is open to young adults, and the young at heart.

Upcoming Scrogin Book Forums

The Scrogin Great Issues Book Forum meets monthly to discuss a book of interest relating to a contemporary theme or concern. A listing of books for the current series can be found here and in the Going Library on the second. Copies of each book are also available for loan. During the COVID-19 pandemic, books can be obtained by contacting the front office and arranging for a pick-up. The upcoming forums are as follows:

— April 25: A forum with Kaitlin Curtice

— May 30: Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah

 

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