Unsolved Mysteries of the Bible: A Weekend with Kermi and the Angels
May
5
May 7

Unsolved Mysteries of the Bible: A Weekend with Kermi and the Angels

  • MCCGSL

Have you ever wondered about Guardian Angels or how you can communicate with them? This is your weekend to get more information from one of the leading experts on Guardian Angels, Dr. Kermie Wohlenhaus.

This is the schedule for the weekend:

Friday Night, May 5th, 6:30-8pm: Angels in the Bible Workshop: A 90-minute, incredibly enlightening workshop in which Rev. Dr. Kermie Wohlenhaus will reveal just how many angels there are in the Bible that we have totally missed.

Saturday Afternoon, May 6th, 1-5pm (Limited to only 20 people!): How to Talk and Actually Listen to Your Guardian Angel: Dr. Kermie has taught this workshop for years, changing countless lives. This 4-hour workshop will introduce you to your Guardian Angel, and in the space of those four hours, you will be talking to them for the first time in your life! FULL

Sunday Morning, May 7th, 10:30-11:45am: Sunday Morning Worship: Dr. Kermie will be preaching during our normal Sunday morning service. She will be preaching a sermon in our Unsolved Mysteries sermon series entitled, “Unsolved Mysteries: Angels.”


There are Three Ways to Engage:

Friday Night/Sunday Morning Only: Free :Includes entry to Friday Night’s “Angels in the Bible Workshop” and, of course, Sunday Morning Worship.

Unsolved Mysteries Lite: $50: Includes entry to all events plus: snacks and drinks on Saturday afternoon. FULL

Unsolved Mysteries Weekend: $100: Includes entry to all events plus: dinner on Friday night, snacks and drinks on Saturday afternoon, a signed copy of Dr. Kermie’s book “How to Talk and Actually Listen to Your Guardian Angel,” and an “I’ve Already Donated” card to put in the offering plate during the Sunday morning love offering for Dr. Kermie. FULL

Cycling Club
May
6
2:30 pm14:30

Cycling Club

  • To Be Announced

Come Ride with us.

Join the Cycling Club, meet people, be outside, do a health activity and have lots of FUN!  These rides won’t be strenuous, but you need to be in fairly good physical condition. You need to provide a bike, helmet, spare inner tube (in case of a flat) and water to drink. You will be asked to sign a release on the day of each trip.

Location to be announced at later date.

Butterfly House
May
7
12:00 pm12:00

Butterfly House

  • MCCGSL

Meet us at noon at MCCGSL as we travel together to the Butterfly House in Chesterfield. The cost for Senior (65+) and Kids (3-12) is $5. Kids under 3 are free. All other adults are $8.

The butterfly is a beautiful symbol of change, migration, and transformation. Wonder at the 2,000 tropical butterflies in the conservatory, the butterfly-attracting plants in the garden, the caterpillars and cockroaches at the exhibit hall… and more!

Art and Wine Night
May
12
7:00 pm19:00

Art and Wine Night

  • Art & Design

Join us as we combine appetizers, wine and painting to create a really fun night out with friends. 

Most of us don't see ourselves as artists but this experiences absolutely proves that anyone can do it! Remember, we're taking risks this season so maybe this is your moment to give it a try!!! Everything will be provided so all you have to do is register and get yourself to the site!! See you there! The cost is $45 which includes food, drinks, art supplies and instructor.

Spring Landscape Planting
May
13
9:00 am09:00

Spring Landscape Planting

  • MCCGSL

As the weather warms up, it will be time to spruce up our grounds by planting greenery and flowers all around. For those of you who have green thumbs or if you are just willing to dig in and help, please put this on your calendar! Bring your gardening tools, and if you have favorite plants or flowers, bring them too!

MCC/Sage Lunch and Learn
May
17
11:00 am11:00

MCC/Sage Lunch and Learn

  • MCCGSL

This is a gathering of adults age 50+ for a time of socialization, great food, and education. Each month a guest presenter is invited to share about topics of importance to mature adults. SAGE provides the main course, and you are asked to bring a side dish to share.

 

New Member Class
May
20
9:00 am09:00

New Member Class

  • MCCSGL

Interested in MCCGSL Membership?

If you have been thinking about becoming a member of MCCGSL or what to learn more about our church, this class is for you! We will explore what MCC believes, the work we feel called to do, and the ways we are interested in your spiritual life. All are welcome and there is no requirement to become a member on completion.

Lunch will be provided.

Memorial Day Swim Party
May
29
12:00 pm12:00

Memorial Day Swim Party

  • Wildwood Home

Join us at noon on Memorial Day for swimming party in Wildwood.

Jennie Ragland has graciously offered to host a Swimming Party at her home on Memorial Day. If you haven’t made plans for the holiday, put this on your calendar and enjoy the fun with your church family. Bring your food sides and drinks and we’ll provide meat on the grill! Don’t miss it!

Ministry Team Leader Training
May
31
6:30 pm18:30

Ministry Team Leader Training

  • MCCGSL

Join us for our customized training developed just for our team leaders.

Two times per year we do a training for all our Ministry Team Leaders. In May, we ask our leaders to sign covenants to commit to service for another year. This year, we will also be learning more about how to use our new online community portal that will definitely make leading your ministry easier! Put this on your calendar now! Dinner will be served.


Raising Kind, Inclusive Kids
Apr
30
12:00 pm12:00

Raising Kind, Inclusive Kids

  • MCCGSL

Kenneth Pruitt, Director of Diversity Training at the Diversity Awareness Partnership, is facilitating this class at MCCGSL. The cost for the class is only $10 which includes lunch.

How do we raise kind, inclusive kids, when “just be nice” is no longer specific enough or adequate? Join us for a lunch-and-learn about raising kids to affirm diversity, practice inclusion, and become aware of stereotypes and biases.  This event is brought to us by the acclaimed Diversity Awareness Project, so don’t miss it! Again, consider inviting others from the community!
 

MCC Network Gathering
Apr
28
6:30 pm18:30

MCC Network Gathering

  • MCC Omaha

The Network Gathering for our region is meeting April 28-30 (Friday-Sunday) at MCC Omaha.

For the first time in a while, our neighboring MCC churches in other states (Minnesota, Nebraska, Colorado, Missouri, Kansas) will come together to learn, worship and renew old relationships as well as create new ones. MCC Omaha (pictured here) will be hosting the Network Gathering and are known for their amazing hospitality. You are invited to join our pastors in attending this wonderful event with other MCC’s in this region. 

Book Study: Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha and Mohammed Cross the Road
Apr
26
6:30 pm18:30

Book Study: Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha and Mohammed Cross the Road

  • MCCGSL

Join us for this important three week book study and conversation at MCCGSL. 

It's not the beginning of a joke! It's the start of one of the most important conversations in today's world! Can you be a committed Christian without having to condemn or convert people of other faiths? Is it possible to affirm other religious traditions without watering down your own? The cost is $15 which includes the book.

St. Louis Earth Day Festival
Apr
23
12:30 pm12:30

St. Louis Earth Day Festival

  • The Muny in Forest Park

Join in this community tradition to learn about sustainable products and services offered by local businesses and organizations, meet area non-profits that share Earth Day values, catch local musical acts and performance art, participate in a number of hands-on educational activities, and enjoy diverse cuisine featuring local, organic, vegetarian, and vegan options. The 2017 Festival will include special features, like yoga classes all day for both adults and children, a rock climbing wall, a pet adoption area, and many more activities for “children” of all ages. Event entry is free; the Earth Day Festival is a welcoming place where all are invited for celebration and learning. Pets are welcome too!

Cycling Club April
Apr
22
9:00 am09:00

Cycling Club April

  • Horseshoe Lake bike trail

Come Ride with us.

Join the Cycling Club, meet people, be outside, do a health activity and have lots of FUN!  These rides won’t be strenuous, but you need to be in fairly good physical condition. You need to provide a bike, helmet, spare inner tube (in case of a flat) and water to drink. You will be asked to sign a release on the day of each trip.

Location to be announced at later date.

MCC/Sage Lunch and Learn
Apr
19
11:00 am11:00

MCC/Sage Lunch and Learn

  • MCCGSL

This is a gathering of adults age 50+ for a time of socialization, great food, and education. Each month a guest presenter is invited to share about topics of importance to mature adults. SAGE provides the main course, and you are asked to bring a side dish to share.

 

Easter Sunday Service
Apr
16
10:30 am10:30

Easter Sunday Service

  • MCCGSL

This is the most celebrated day of the Christian church year! Easter Sunday reminds us that there is always a new day, a new chance, and new life! It is a day to remember that Jesus proclaimed that life overcomes death, freedom overcomes fear, and love overcomes hate.

 

 

CPR/AED Training in April
Apr
15
1:00 pm13:00

CPR/AED Training in April

  • MCCGSL

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE.

Molly Miller, American Red Cross Certified Lifeguard Instructor, is teaching this class and certifying participants for only $40. Class is limited to the first 16 signing up, so don't delay!

Are you prepared to save a life? After this training, you’ll be Red Cross certified to administer CPR/AED to someone in need. You’ll also be trained in First Aid for diabetic emergencies, which are the most common type of First Aid crises. These trainings often run up to $110 per person and we’ll be joined by our friends at the Ethical Society of St. Louis, so make sure to register!

Good Friday Service
Apr
14
7:00 pm19:00

Good Friday Service

  • MCCGSL

As we move into the final days of Holy Week, Good Friday invites us into the center of the crucifixion and death of Jesus. Our Christian ancestors understood that it is difficult to appreciate resurrection and new life if we haven’t experienced the struggle of injustice and death.  Be sure to make this a priority on your Lenten journey.

 

Jerusalem: The Movie
Apr
9
2:00 pm14:00

Jerusalem: The Movie

  • St. Louis Science Center

As a way to begin Holy Week, we have scheduled a special showing of Jerusalem at the St Louis Science Center. Tickets are $10 for adults,  $7 for children and $8 for Seniors.

Some of us have seen it before and found it to be a very moving and educational movie. Added to the excellence of the film is the amazing viewing in the IMAX Theater. Make this part of your journey toward Easter and join us!!!!

Miss Gay Missouri
Apr
8
7:00 pm19:00

Miss Gay Missouri

  • MCCGSL

The final night of the Miss Gay Missouri Pageant is April 8 so put it on your calendar! The cost for that night is $25.

It has been our pleasure to host the Miss Gay Missouri Pageant in our building a couple of times before, and we are really looking forward to welcoming them back this year! This pageant is an official state preliminary event for Miss Gay America, so it is an honor to host the event and support it with our presence. Join with hundreds of folks from all around the state who will be present for this huge event!

Stronger Communities: LGBT Suicide Risk and Prevention Conference
Apr
7
8:00 am08:00

Stronger Communities: LGBT Suicide Risk and Prevention Conference

  • Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel

Don't miss the Conference on LGBT Suicide Risk and Prevention at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel. Registration is $100.

The Conference on LGBT Suicide Risk and Prevention is a full-day chapter-sponsored conference to raise awareness about LGBT suicide risk, bring research findings to the attention of professionals and the public, and explore strategies for LGBT suicide prevention in local communities. The agenda includes plenary and breakout sessions that feature national experts on LGBT mental health and suicide risk and will be focused on making mental health, suicide prevention, and education an LGBT community priority.

MCC Trivia Night
Apr
1
5:30 pm17:30

MCC Trivia Night

  • MCCGSL

Trivia Night is coming up soon - Saturday, April 1st - no joke! This year's theme is TV TIME! The event is completely sold out, but we are still looking for Round Sponsorships at just $100 a round. To become a round sponsor, simply click here.

GENERAL TRIVIA NIGHT DETAILS:

Doors Open at 5, Trivia Starts at 6 sharp!

Water, Soda, Popcorn are provided – feel free to bring your own snacks and beverages

PRIZES:

1st Place Team - $200 prize

2nd Place Team - $120 prize

3rd Place - $80 prize

Costume Contest – Come dressed as your favorite TV character – contest winner receives $25 prize

GAME DETAILS:

10 Rounds of 10 Questions – Each round is a different TV channel (Food Network, ESPN, Classic Movies, Broadcast Stations, Music Videos, etc.)

Mulligans are 1 for $1, 5 for $20, and 10 for $40. You can use up to only mulligan per round, with a maximum of 10 mulligans purchased. VIP tables receive 3 extra mulligans, and can use them in addition to purchased mulligans – in some cases VIPs can use up to 2 per round, but no more than 13 mulligans total. Mulligans can be purchased at the door or at the judges table during the night.

Double Up! – Each team gets a free double up! If you are confident of your answers for a given round, use the sticker provided, and write double up on your paper to multiply your points x2. Each team may purchase one additional double up sticker for $25, for a total of 2 double ups possible (1 free, 1 purchased).

Lifelines – we will have lifelines available for auction for several of the rounds.

50/50 Raffle – we will be selling 50/50 tickets. 1 for $1, 6 for $5, or $20 for an arm-length of tickets. This is a true 50/50, and the winner can keep their half with no expectation to give it back.

Side games:
Heads or Tails – everyone plays for free, winner gets a $20 gift card
Before or After game – $1 buy in, winner gets a $25 gift card.

Wine Grab – $20 will get a bottle of wine plus a prize

Balloon Pop – Pop a balloon for $10, and get a prize ranging from $10-100, including a 16MB Kindle Fire, $100 in car washes, a $50 gas card, and much more!

LIVE AUCTION ITEMS:

Disneyworld Getaway - (4 Park Hopper Passes, two night hotel stay at Radisson Hotel Orlando – Lake Buena Vista, a $100 travel giftcard, and two passes to WonderWorks adventure center with laser tag) – the Park Hopper passes alone are worth more than $500.

Wine, Cheese, & Music – enjoy a wine tasting for 8 people, plus tasty cheese, chocolate and snacks, while enjoying the piano skills of Rocky Tucker. Scheduled on a mutually agreed upon time and date.

Pool Party – Gerry and Mike will host a pool party for 8 people with drinks, snacks, and fun for all! Scheduled on a mutually agreed upon time and date.

Church Staff Independence Day Party – the church staff will host a July 4 BBQ Party on Saturday, July 1, for up to 15 people.

Indoor Backyard Bar-B-Que for 8 – hosted by your very own Board of Directors
Do you love a backyard bar-b-que, but NOT the mosquitoes of summertime?  Well, this is perfect!  Our Board of Directors has solved the problem for you.  You will be eating INDOORS! You and seven of your friends will enjoy appetizers, the entrée, a yummy dessert, and a tasty Summertime Cocktail.  Weather permitting, your group will enjoy backyard games (yes, those WILL be outdoors).  AND, along with fun memories, each of you will take home some quirky and fun party favors. Now’s your chance to have just what you’ve always wanted – the Board of Directors personally waiting on and serving YOU! Grab up this fun opportunity and get it scheduled soon, as the offer expires on September 30, 2017.

SILENT AUCTION:

Items include – 70’s Theme Fondue Party, Trivia Team Pool Party, Cardinals tickets and pre-game on field passes to July 25 game & choir performance, Cary Colman Trio performance, Asian Cooking Basket, Chocolate Basket, Golf Basket, Lottery Scratchers, Baked Cake Now and Later, Adrenaline Adventure Basket (zipline, Arch ride, mini golf & more), Theater Basket, Gateway Men’s Chorus Season Pass, Party Lite Candle Basket, Fire Pit and Accessories, Keurig machine & Coffee Basket, Bath Soap Basket, Craft Beer Basket, Wine Tasting for 20 people, Pet Lovers Basket, Komen Race Registration, Massage/Relaxation Basket, Park Avenue Gooey Butter Cakes for 6 months, Park Avenue Bean of the Month Club, Emergency Car Kit, Griller’s Delight, Kansas City Getaway (4 Royals tickets, Botanical Gardens Passes, Beer Garden gift certificate), Arts & Crafts Basket, painting, artwork, and more!

Silent Auction will close after Round 6.

If you have questions about anything at all, please email: trivia@mccgsl.org.

 

Gateway Men's Chorus Concert
Mar
26
3:00 pm15:00

Gateway Men's Chorus Concert

  • 560 Music Center

Join us at the Gateway Men's Chorus Concert "Light: A Celebration of Life"

As the Gateway Men’s Chorus celebrates its 30th Anniversary, the concert will reflect on the chorus’s past, present and future. The chorus will be joined by the Council Oak Men’s Chorale from Tulsa, OK, and the Lindenwood University Men’s Chorus to sing Randall Thompson’s “Testament to Freedom.”  Let’s be part of the celebration and attend this awesome concert! As an extra bonus, we will be able to cheer on several members of our church including Keith Thompson, Kevin Mullins, and Pastor Wes who all sing with the Gateway Men’s Chorus. The cost is $25 which you can pay at the door. We will be sitting together, so be sure to sign up!

Out and About Bowling
Mar
26
12:30 pm12:30

Out and About Bowling

  • KingPin Lanes

Join us at KingPin Lanes  for a fun afternoon of bowling and fellowship! The cost is only $7 and includes shoes.

The last bowling event was such a success, we are doing it again! This activity is fun whether you are playing or just watching those who do! It’s a chance to get to know people in a new way . Above all, it’s a way to let go and have some fun! 

There are only 40 slots so sign up early!

Earth Month Kick-Off Recycling
Mar
26
12:00 pm12:00

Earth Month Kick-Off Recycling

  • MCCGSL

The Saint Louis City Recycles Team wants to make sure you have the tools to recycle properly. 

Join us after church (12pm) to learn more about recycling and have all your questions about recycling answered by the experts! St Louis City residents, receive your in home recycling bins for just a $1 donation. There will be lots of other give-aways available too!

Let’s “Buck Up for Recycling”!

Spring Landscape Clean-Up
Mar
25
9:00 am09:00

Spring Landscape Clean-Up

  • MCCGSL

As we look to the spring days that are ahead, we need to give some much needed attention to our grounds.  It may not look like a lot of green space but it takes a lot of hands to do this clean-up after a long winter.  We really need you to pitch in, and we hope you will make yourself available to help with this effort!  If you have any lawn tools, please bring them with you!

Learn to Meditate
Mar
21
6:30 pm18:30

Learn to Meditate

  • MCCGSL

Join us for a powerful introductory talk and guided meditation by Doctor Christopher Ngo, DO.

We will learn the purpose of meditation and how it can help you in your daily life! You will be taught a powerful meditation to calm your emotions and experience inner peace with a sense of divine connection. Join us in discovering how life energy can create a better physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual YOU.

The Soul of Service to "The Least of These"
Mar
20
6:30 pm18:30

The Soul of Service to "The Least of These"

  • MCCGSL

At the end of life, we will not be judged by how many diplomas we have received, how much money we have made, how many great things we have done. We will be judged by “I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was naked and you clothed me, I was a stranger and you took me in.”   Mother Teresa

In this two-week class on the soul of service, we will consider these questions:

  • What keeps us from relationship with “the least of these?”
  • What does justice look like for “the least of these?”
  • What are the assumptions we make about giving to “the least of these” rather than assumptions about what they are giving us?
  • What are the ways we distance ourselves from the “the least of these” and why?

 

Escape From St. Louis
Mar
18
8:00 pm20:00

Escape From St. Louis

  • MCCGSL

Join us at MCCGSL as we use Room Escape talents to compete for prizes!

Now, you may be wondering, "What is a room escape?"

It's very simple. We lock you in a room and throw away the key. With only your wits about you, your group will have 60 minutes to use intense critical thinking and teamwork to solve a series of puzzles and riddles to find a way out.  

To make it really fun, we are going to have 2 competition rooms.  Both rooms will be the same so that two teams can compete to see who can escape first!  Who knows?  There may be prizes for winning!

Cost: $30

CPR/AED Training
Mar
18
1:00 pm13:00

CPR/AED Training

  • MCCGSL

Molly Miller, American Red Cross Certified Lifeguard Instructor, is teaching this class and certifying participants for only $40. Class is limited to the first 16 signing up, so don't delay!

Are you prepared to save a life? After this training, you’ll be Red Cross certified to administer CPR/AED to someone in need. You’ll also be trained in First Aid for diabetic emergencies, which are the most common type of First Aid crises. These trainings often run up to $110 per person and we’ll be joined by our friends at the Ethical Society of St. Louis, so make sure to register!

Sage/MCCGSL Lunch and Learn
Mar
15
11:00 am11:00

Sage/MCCGSL Lunch and Learn

  • MCCGSL

Adults 50+ are welcome to join us for a time of socializing, food and education. SAGE provides the main course so please bring along a dish to share. 

March program is Charles Koehler; Founding Board member of SAGE Metro STL and Found and Past president of Prime Timers STL , and retired staffer from STLCC Forest Park. Charles will speak about his experienceswith being half of a gay couple raising children in the 1980’s, and share some history around the Names Project/AIDS Quilt in St. Louis,

 

Epilepsy/Seizure Awareness Training
Mar
11
10:00 am10:00

Epilepsy/Seizure Awareness Training

  • MCCGSL

We are fortunate to have Allison Brewer, Community Organizer & Advocate for the Epilepsy Foundation of Missouri and Kansas facilitate this training at MCCGSL for a cost of only $5 per person.

Do you know what to do when someone has a seizure? 1 in 26 people have epilepsy, 1 in 10 people will have a seizure, and 72,000 youth in Missouri have epilepsy. This training will teach us how to support people with neurological disorders through first aid & awareness. Feel free to invite others in the community who might benefit from this training!

Deeper Dinner
Mar
8
6:30 pm18:30

Deeper Dinner

  • MCCGSL

Join us for six-weeks on Wednesdays during Lent for dinner conversation. Registration includes an option for having dinner provided for you during class at a cost of $40 for all six weeks (less than $7 per meal). Kids twelve and under eat free.

In a world where people are moving so fast they rarely have deep, meaningful conversation, we want to hit the pause button during Lent and engage deeper conversation. “Deeper Dinner” is a way to provide a forum to talk at a deeper level about subjects, issues, and concepts that effect our life, faith, and spiritual journey. There will be a maximum number of 8 members in this group, and there is no class agenda, as this is an open conversation and group sharing. This is not a social gathering, and it is not a support group. We are not resolving issues or trying to fix anyone or anything. This is simply designed to allow members to talk about topics that are important or significant in their lives and as a group and to converse intentionally on a deeper level. (The group will grab their food from the Fellowship Hall and go to the Board Room to eat and talk.). The dinner conversation will be facilitated by Michael Neuf and the only cost is the cost of dinner.

DVD/Book Study: 24 Hours That Changed the World
Mar
8
6:30 pm18:30

DVD/Book Study: 24 Hours That Changed the World

  • MCCGSL

Join us for six-weeks on Wednesdays during Lent for this dvd/book study. Registration includes an option for having dinner provided for you before class at a cost of $40 for all six weeks (less than $7 per meal). Kids twelve and under eat free.

No single event in human history has received more attention than the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth. In this book and DVD study, Adam Hamilton helps you experience the significance of Jesus’ suffering and death like never before. He retraces the day that changed human history in an easy, conversational style that speaks to both long-time Christians and those who are simply curious about the story. Best of all the DVD takes you on location in the Holy Land to the sites of these last hours of Jesus’s life. This class will be facilitated by Rev. Wes Mullins and costs only $25 per person, which includes your class materials.

The Lost Art of Listening
Mar
8
6:30 pm18:30

The Lost Art of Listening

  • MCCGSL

Join us for six-weeks on Wednesdays during Lent for this book study. Registration includes an option for having dinner provided for you before class at a cost of $40 for all six weeks (less than $7 per meal). Kids twelve and under eat free.

It is widely asserted that good communication is the key to good relationships. Perhaps what is more accurate is that good listening is the key to good relationships. This class, guided by the book The Lost Art of Listening by Michael Nichols,  will explore what it means to listen more deeply, with more compassion and without so much self-protection mixed in. Over the six weeks, we will consider:

  • Listening with an Open Heart
  • Listening to Understand Rather than Defend
  • Listening with a willingness to Have Your Own Mind Changed
  • Listening with only One Assumption
  • Listening to be Close Rather than Right
  • Listening by Suspending Your Own Needs

This class is facilitated by Rev. Lillie Brock for only $25, which includes class materials.

Recharge for Kids
Mar
8
6:30 pm18:30

Recharge for Kids

  • MCCGSL

Every Wednesday night throughout Lent, Pastor Katie will engage our kids in fun learning activities that will expand their knowledge, spark their creativity and deepen their love for the Divine and the church.

To do that, each week during Lent the kids will:

                  Create (make, act, & have fun),

                                   Learn (story or lesson), and

                                                   Share (kids share their creations with our community). 

As we journey through brokenness to wholeness in our “Holy Vessels” Lent Sermon Series, our kids will Share what they’ve Created and Learned about healing in Lent with our community. 

Recharge: Family Nights in Lent is a great time for children to play and reflect in community with fun friends and loving role models. It’s the perfect way to involve kids in the sacred, holy life of our church. With something for the whole family, you won’t want to miss it!

Adult Coloring and Meditation
Mar
8
6:30 pm18:30

Adult Coloring and Meditation

  • MCCGSL

Join us for six-weeks on Wednesdays during Lent for this meditation exercise. Registration includes an option for having dinner provided for you before class at a cost of $40 for all six weeks (less than $7 per meal). Kids twelve and under eat free.

During the season of Lent, this group will use coloring as a form of meditation!  As we color together, we will utilize the collective energy of those around the table along with our focus on what we are coloring, to listen to our inner voice and the voice of Spirit.  This is a very practical, yet effective, way to still the mind so that relaxation comes and our ability to hear the still small voice is heightened.  Make new friends, create new pieces of art and connect to the Spirit within as a way to practice being reflective and open. This class is facilitated by Kate Savage and is offered free of charge. Coloring materials are provided.