Adult Learning & Discussion
To engage and learn from each other we provide a number of events and educational opportunities. It ranges from adult education sessions on contemporary issues, called Encounters; to Bible study, prayer groups and two specialized book clubs.
Brown Bag and Bible
Join us Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. until noon for Bible study where Scripture texts are explored and discussed, led by Pastor Stacey Midge. We are meeting in person in the Geier Room and on Zoom. To get the Zoom link, email [email protected]
Study of the Gospel of Luke
Tuesdays at 7 p.m.. Led by Joann Morse, currently on Zoom.
Classics Book Club
This Classics book club is starting its new literary year with Dostoevsky’s great novel “The Idiot.” They meet on Zoom on Monday’s from 7:30 to 9 p.m. To learn more and obtain the Zoom invitation link contact John Tallmadge at [email protected]
Open Stacks Book Club
In keeping with the holiday tradition, the next book is called “A Boy Called Christmas,” by Matt Haig. The gathering is Friday, December 3 at the home of Bill Bogdan and Carl Ward, as well you can join on Zoom. The gathering starts at 7 p.m., for snacks and social catch-up and discussion to start at 7:30 p.m. To RSVP and gain location and Zoom information contact Bill at [email protected] or Nan Costello at [email protected]m
National Issues Forum Institute
We regularly offer compelling discussion groups aligned with the National Issues Forum Institute (NIFI) operated through the Kettering Foundation. Subjects have included: Education, economic issues, civil rights, energy and environment and others. These forums are led by member William Muse, President Emeritus of NIFI. Scheduled NIFI events will be listed in our weekly email newsletter, bulletin and calendar of events.
Contact the office or review our calendar of events on our home page to learn more about any of these opportunities and how to access Zoom meetings.