– Forum Adult Discussion
– Forum Room
By request, Bill Clark will review the many performance venues in Central
Missouri and the groups that use them.
– Nursery Care
Nursery care for children up to age 5 is available on Sunday mornings
this summer from 10 a.m. to noon.
– Worship Service
– Rev. Molly Housh Gordon
One year exactly after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, we pause a
year into a national dialogue on race and racism in our country to reflect
on our own calling in this time. What is our calling to solidarity with the
emerging Black Lives Matter Movement, and how can we best answer that call?
– Religious Education
– Lower Level
This summer we are offering a one-room schoolhouse program centering on the
stories of Dr. Seuss. Rising Kindergarten kids through rising 6th graders
will take part. Preschoolers will be welcomed in the nursery, and 7th-12th
grade youths will be welcomed in the sanctuary or as assistants downstairs.
The lessons will come from stories both familiar and unknown.
Our dedicated Religious Education Team is teaching this summer's
lessons, but the team needs help. The classroom will
require three helpers each Sunday. Please volunteer one or two Sunday
mornings to help make the program a big success!
Sign up here.
– Music Associates
Anyone interested in being part of our new Music Associates group that will
help plan our music program is invited to the first meeting of the group,
which will be led by Music Director Desi Long. A light lunch will be
provided by Rev. Molly.
– Young Adult Group
– Lower Level Classroom
Our Young Adult Group, open to individuals from ages 18 to 35, will hold its
regular monthly meeting to discuss worship topics as they relate to young
adults. For more information or to join the group's listserv, contact Becca
Kastner by email.
– Brown Bag Reading Group: "The Good Life"
– Centering Room, Lower Level
The final session of the Adult Religious Education Team’s summer discussion
series on "The Good Life" will take place from 12:15 to 2 p.m. All are
invited to join the discussion of "How do aging and the different stages
of life affect the good life?" Each session has focused on a short
reading (one to five pages) for discussion.
Reading for Aug. 9. Readings
also are posted on the
Adult R.E. page. There is no need to register, but don't forget to bring a brown bag
lunch. Childcare can be provided if requested in advance. Questions can be