ADULT BIBLE STUDY
The season of Epiphany is a time in which we bask in the light of Christ, revealed to all the nations. During this season we lift up the intrinsic value diversity plays as seen in every culture and ethnic group. In light of the social tensions that have occurred in our country over the past year, and in preparation for the celebration of Black History month, in February.
A three-week online Adult Bible study beginning TODAY, January 27th will be offered on Zoom. This brief survey will highlight the presence of ancient Africans/Blacks in both the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures, Early Church and Modern-day Church. We invite you to learn, rediscover and celebrate the contributions of people of color within the pages of the Bible. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and to sign up.
2021's Annual Meeting will be held via Zoom THIS Sunday, January 31st at 12:30pm. Click HERE to RSVP, then we will email you the Zoom information you will need to join the meeting.
COVID VACCINATION SCHEDULING ASSISTANCE
Are you eligible for a COVID Vaccine, but need assistance in scheduling? Please click HERE on a way that we can help you with that. We have a member and team who wants to assist anyone who is having difficulties in signing up to get vaccinated.
Our plan for Ash Wednesday will be to open our doors that day for us all to worship together. Take advantage of one of our worship opportunities as we begin our Lenten journey on Wednesday, February 17th.
MLK JR. ACTS OF SERVICE OUTREACH
In respect to MLK Jr. Day, the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service to encourage all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities, we'd like to offer a few service options that nearly everyone can do this month.