Date(s) - March 16, 2016
ADULT WORSHIPFUL WEDNESDAY LENTEN PROGRAMS
Track 1 – held in the James Park Classroom. – February 17, March 2, 9, and 16
Into the Wardrobe : Exploring Lent with C. S. Lewis. C. S. Lewis, most famous for his books, The Chronicles of Narnia, was also one of the best known Christian apologists (defender of Christianity) of the 20th century. Join church members, Lanny Payne and Craig Wrisberg, as they explore several of Lewis’ musings about discovering Christianity and living faithfully as we enter into the season of Lent.
Track 2 – held in the Session Room. – February 17, March 2, 9, and 16
Coffee Brew: Musing About Faith Over a Hot Cup of Joe. Our coffee café continues with William Pender, as he explores the book, What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still be a Christian? With chapters titled God Causes Cancer, Car Wrecks and Other Catastrophes, Good Christians Don’t Doubt, and True Christians Can’t Believe in Evolution, we will get down into those nitty gritty questions and conversations to see how God is working.
February 24 – Mission Co-Workers, John and Gwenda Fletcher will present their ministry and work in the Democratic Republic of Congo. John practices and teaches surgery at IMCK’s Good Shepherd Hospital and Gwenda serves the Presbyterian Community of Congo (CPC) as an education consultant, assisting the CPC’s Education Department in its efforts to enhance the quality of education in the church’s 702 elementary and secondary schools. John and Gwenda share a common commitment to working alongside African partners in ministries of love, hope and empowerment. Please join us for this important and inspiring program.