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Wednesday Bridge Provides Opportunity for Fellowship, Study

Categories: Adult Discipleship,Families,Wednesday Night Fellowship

Church Meal 800x600A new season brings new opportunities and new faces. Kingswood’s mid-week program resumes August 10 and provides an opportunity bridge across “hump” day, refueling our mind, body, and soul — and building bridges to friends and community as we realign ourselves with God.

This season, there are two new opportunities for adult study:

  • A Bead and a Prayer introduces the practice of prayer beads to Christians who have no experience in praying with beads. We all struggle to truly listen to God and understand His purpose for us. Here is a hands-on resource to help. Based on the book by Kristen Vincent, and facilitated by Jen Mayer.
  • Soul Keeping: Caring for the Most Important Part of You. The health of your soul isn’t just a matter of saved or unsaved. It’s the hinge on which the rest of your life hangs…the difference between deep, satisfied spirituality and a restless, dispassionate faith. Learn how to get healthy! Based on the book by John Ortberg, and facilitated by Wayne Radloff. 

The youth favorite, Where is God?, returns with a focus on finding God in popular culture — through movies, books, and music. And for children, John Wesley Choir rehearsals provide engaging music and creative, fun activities. There are also activities for preschoolers, and child care for infants.

Check out our Wednesday Bridge page for more information, and find out where you can connect this season! There, you’ll also find registration links for the Wednesday Fellowship Dinner.

Author: Kingswood UMC Communications

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