St. John's CommUniversity
Part of our self-understanding as a church of Jesus Christ is to live for the sake of others--not only to serve ourselves, but our neighbors as well. In that spirit, St. John's periodically hosts classes aimed to serve needs of the greater community. These may include, but are not limited to public speaking, music, computer literacy, interview coaching, and others. All are welcome without restriction, and classes are usually accompanied by a potluck dinner. See below for upcoming classes, times, and locations. Hope to see you soon at CommUniversity!
Race & Racism 101 | Wednesdays, 7/29 & 8/5
In the wake of such tragedies as the shooting at Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston, SC, and a string of high profile cases of police brutality against African American men, the congregation of St. John's UCC is moved to take a harder look at race and racism in America, in the hopes of educating ourselves, and better understanding the plight of our neighbors.
Pot Luck Dinner begins in the Social Hall at 5:30 and class begins promptly at 6PM
Performing Worship | Wednesdays, 7/8 & 8/19
Led by Christin & Will Norman with Rev. Lew Rooker, Performing Worship is a fun training for liturgists. On these two Wednesdays we'll gather, eat, and learn together to apply the skills of stage acting to our reading of scripture, prayers, and other liturgy.
7/08 @ St. John's UCC Social Hall (432 Cleveland St.)
8/19 @ Woodland Pres. Sanctuary (1324 Columbia Dr.)
Pot Luck Dinner begins at 5:30 and class begins promptly at 6PM