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Tuesday Night Discussion

September 24 - November 12

This Autumn, our discussions will stem from the brand-new documentary “What Do You Believe Now?” We will show the film Friday, September 20th at 7:00pm. In the documentary, six different religions are discussed. We will spend a Tuesday on each religion to better understand the faith experiences of others in comparison to our own beliefs.

  • Oct 22 - Buddhism
  • Oct 29 - Paganism
  • Nov 5 - Hinduism
  • Nov 12 - Zoroastrianism

These classes are designed to be educational and discussion based. Please consider coming to diversify our dialogue! All are welcome!

All Saints Day Drumming Circle

November 1 @ 7pm-9pm

Come join us for an evening of outdoor drumming (weather permitting, otherwise indoor space provided). We will be hosting Spiritual Drummer Alex Wedmedyk, owner of “Earth Rhythm” from Brunswick, Ohio to help us connect to our ancestors through the ancient art of drumming!


We will practice how to create rhythm under our hands that helps balance our spirit. We ask that you bring your own Djembe, hand drums, rattles, bells, or any percussion instruments, even those unique to your personality we will have a few extra if needed). Dancers also welcomed and encouraged. $5 recommended donation.

Second Holiday Craft and Vendor Sale

Saturday, November 9 - Open 10:00 - 4:00

This year we have vendors to add to our offerings! An 8-foot table is available to rent for $25. If you or someone you know would like to set up a table or a display, please download the vendor application and and send it, along with you payment, to the church office.

Book Discussion

Thursday, November 14 @ 7:00 pm


“The Day the World Came to Town…"


Ministry of Education is planning our next Book Discussion! Mark Thursday, November 14 at 7:00 on your calendar! We have chosen a non-fiction book this time - The Day the World Came to Town: 9/11 in Gander, Newfoundland, by Jim DeFede.

Recommended to us, this book tells the story of 38 jetliners bound for the U.S. who were forced to land in Gander, Newfoundland by the closing of U.S. airspace on September 11, 2001. This small town’s population swelled from 10,300 to nearly 17,000! Learn how the town coped, how friendships formed, how kindness and humanity touched so many!


Can we learn from this story still?  Come share your thoughts!



November 22 from 7:00 pm through 7:00 am


This year, 4.2 million young people will find themselves without a safe, stable place to sleep. They may be escaping years of physical abuse, a dangerous human trafficking network, a drug-addicted parent, or a house overflowing with rage. More than 5,000 of these kids will lose their lives to the streets.

Every one of these young people has a story, and every one has a dream. Covenant House provides housing and supportive services so that youth facing homelessness can transform their lives and get on a path to independence.


Covenant House was founded in 1972 with the simple, profound mission to shelter and care for kids facing homelessness.


Today, we are much more than a homeless shelter. We believe every child deserves not only a safe place to sleep, but also hope for a brighter future. That’s why the youth who walk through our doors are met with a full array of supportive services, from basic needs, like food and shelter, to long term support, like education, legal counseling, and job training.

Join us as we spend one night experiencing homelessness in order to raise funds for Covenant House!