Wednesday Link is a time for all ages to gather, feast, and discover God's abundance---a wonderful way to connect and enrich your life with God's many blessings. Childcare is available. Dinner is available for $5/person or $20/family.
The schedule is as follows:
- 5:00 pm – Nursery (infants-age 4) and Light of Mine – PreK/K
– Slide In & Blast Off Playground
– Dinner for Christ Church Youth (6th-12th grades) & Adults
- 5:30 pm – Dinner for Slide In (1st-3rd grades) & Blast Off (4th & 5th grades)
– CCY Programs begin
- 6:00 pm – Slide In, Blast Off & Adult Programs (listed below) begin
- 7:00 pm – Slide In & Blast Off end
- 7:15 pm – CCY ends
- 7:30 pm – Adult programs & Child Care end
WEDNESDAY EVENING ADULT PROGRAMS, Resuming January 16, 6-7:30 PM
THE Way OF LOVE IN EPIPHANY LIGHT
“The Way of Love is a way of life. More than a program or curriculum, it is a return to the ancient pathways and Rules of Life that followers of Jesus have observed for centuries. They knew the power of commitment to a core set of practices – Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, Rest – and the power of gathering in a small group where you find love and support for living into these commitments. If we hope to not only worship Jesus but to grow more like him and bear his redeeming love in the world, we can adopt a rule of life like the Way of Love and find a community with which to practice it.”
— Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
Using the Episcopal Church resources and other bits of music, worship, and creativity, Anne Maxwell and Deborah Gordon invite you to join in an Epiphany journey to develop a rule of life that follows the practices of Jesus’ way of love. Wednesday evenings in the parlor of Holzhalb Hall, 6:00pm to 7:30pm beginning January 16th and ending February 27th. Continuous attendance is strongly encouraged but not required. Any questions, contact Anne Maxwell at amaxwell@
COMPARATIVE THEOLOGY BY THE GLASS Co-Ed. A fun, informative, introductory class on the world’s major religions, including (but not limited to): Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. This discussion class will be an in-depth study of the ancient & modern religions of Asia & the Middle East, and will be a LOT of fun. We will examine the world’s religions within a modern framework as well as the history and influence on the development of western culture and civilization. Included in this class will be a thorough investigation of the tenets, the history, dogma and doctrine, sacred texts, and of course, the geography. Childcare available. Regular attendance is encouraged, but not required. Beginning January 16 with Buddhism, the group meets in the front conference room of St. Cecilia House. Led by Diana & Thomas Branton. Email all questions to Diana: firstname.lastname@example.org Click here for World Religions Syllabus.
THEOLOGY ON TAP MEN’S GROUP meets in the Fireplace Room of St. Cecilia House. Join other men from our community Wednesday Nights from 6-7pm in the Fireplace Room of St. Cecilia House. Bring a favorite beverage to share, and there will be non-alcoholic options available. Gather at 5:45pm for fellowship, and class will begin at 6pm with an Application Bible Study and a time of personal sharing and prayer. Led by Richard Cryar and Jack Duke. For more information, contact Richard at: email@example.com.
For details about each Wednesday Link Children’s Program, click here .