Week of Events
TOPIC OF THE DAY: Coffee and Theology will host church archivist and historian, David Pultz, in a discussion about the Second Great Awakening as it relates to social reform in the early 19th century in New York City.
Topic of the Day: Stories and the practice of Joy!
|Recurring Event (See all) Join us for coffee fellowship every Sunday directly following the worship service! Join us as we meet one another, say hello to some new faces, and gather for a time of fellowship as we learn more about each other and how our week has been! For the Zoom link, visit our First… Read More »Coffee & Fellowship
Our seasonal Art Show will be open for viewing for one hour. Please join us and take a look at the wonderful art work that we have in our gallery.
Topic of the Day: 2 Kings
Conversational Spanish First meeting: Sept. 28th Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. This conversational class is open to all levels and is led by our own Daniel Duque who has taught Spanish language classes at Cornell University and The Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations. Daniel says, “Spanish is my native language, and I really enjoy supervising conversational… Read More »Conversational Spanish (Virtual)
Topic of the Day: Readings will be used from Rooted: Life at the Crossroads of Science, Nature and Spirit.
Save Her a Seat (SHAS) is a beginners meeting, with the focus on people who identify as women with less than 5 years of sobriety. We are trans friendly. Each Friday is a different meeting format: 1st Friday: Speaker 2nd Friday: Step 3rd Friday: Speaker Last Friday: Anniversary (With months with 5 Fridays, the 4th… Read More »Save Her a Seat