Support Groups, Book Studies and Discussion
Women’s Book/Bible Study
 
The Wednesday morning Women’s Book Study group’s discussion of the book See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love by Valarie Kaur has been deep with the ideas being transformative for many. Although we have finished discussion of the main part of the book, there are still two important sections to discuss: epilogue: joy and revolutionary love compass. Therefore, we are having two meetings in June. On Wednesday June 12th, we will have our final meeting at our regular time and place, 10 am in the parlor, to discuss these two sections and choose our book for next year. Then on Tuesday June 18th from 12-2 pm, we will share a potluck meal in the Fellowship Hall and will listen to Xianlang’s presentation about his family’s 3-generation Christian heritage in China.
 
This group is open to any woman in the church who is available weekday mornings. If you have any questions about the group or may be interested in joining next year, please contact Debbie Leavitt at daleavitt77@comcast.net.
Informal Grief Support Group for Adults Who Have Lost Spouses/Partners or Siblings
 
This group meets monthly, September–May, on the 2nd Monday of each month, 4:00-5:30 pm in the Church Parlor. This is an informal gathering, to share joys and concerns, tools for coping, and each other’s company. There is no cost. Because of COVID protocols, however, there are space limitations. For information about openings, please email Steve Hardy 
 
 
Informal Grief Support Group for Adults Who Have Lost Children, Grandchildren, Nieces/Nephews
 
This group meets monthly September–May, on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, 5:00-6:30 pm in the Church Parlor. This is an informal gathering, to share joys and concerns, tools for coping, and each other’s company. There is no cost. Because of COVID protocols, however, there are space limitations. For information about openings, please email Steve Hardy