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"That Church Where Something's Always Going On"

Book Club

Book Club invites anyone who likes to read and discuss things, sometimes even the book!  Discussions are based on how we felt about that month’s book. A major in English is not needed. If you’re vaccinated, please join us in room 4/5 on the second Sunday after worship. If you plan on coming, let the coordinator know, although drop ins are always welcome. Light refreshments will be served.

 Times and meeting places may change. Please check the website or contact Nancy Dotter for more info.


Oct. 10:  Small, Great Things - Jodi Picoult (read previously) 4/2017


Nov. 14:  Gilead by Marilyn Robinson

Dec. 12: Look Again by Lisa Scottoline

2022

Jan 9: Anxious People by Frederik Backman

Feb. 13:  9 Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty

March 13: Feared by Lisa Scottoline

April 10: (Palm Sunday) Pachinko  by Min Gin Lee

May 8:  The Madness of the Crowds  by Louise Penny

June 12: Mozart Conspiracy  by Phiilip Swan (Book being passed around)

***Substitute- or for later- books

1 Little Lie by Christopher Greyson (Doris?)

The Camel Club by David Baldacci (Nancy)

Coffee, Crafts & Chatter (CCC)

Every Tuesday morning at 9:00, our quilters gather to work on a quilt to donate to the September Brethren Disaster Relief Auction. Their efforts have raised more than $30,000 dollars for disaster relief.

Not into quilting? Come Tuesday mornings at nine to make various other crafts for the church’s spring auction and the CCC's Korner Shop.


For more information contact Pat Gault or Margaret Hildebrand.

 

Chancel Choir

Adults

Practice: Resumes Thursday evenings starting Sept. 23rd from 6:30 - 7:30 in the sanctuary

A traditional four-part choir that sings weekly during worship service from September to mid-June. This is a fun group that enjoys singing and fellowship. You don’t need to know how to read music either! Open to anyone from junior high and older who loves to sing.

Notes of Faith

More Contemporary

Practice: Thursday afternoons at 4:30 in the sanctuary

Notes of Faith is an open group of musical souls both vocalists and instrumentalists. Their music is more modern and is shared with the congregation once a month. Rehearsals are scheduled Thursday afternoons at 4:30.


This group is less traditional than a regular choir but just as fun. It’s a wonderful way to share your musical gift when your schedule permits it. Welcoming to musicians of any age.

Youth Choir

Teens

Practice: Sunday after worship in the sanctuary

The Youth Choir sings softer, more contemporary music. It performs a few times a year when ready.