You’ll Never Walk Alone
“For thine is the kingdom, the power, the glory, for ever and ever. Amen”
As we conclude our series on the Lord’s Prayer, we’ll take a look at the connection between power and action; struggle and possibility; where it lies and who ultimately holds it.
Invite a friend to come with you as together we conclude this wonderful series on The Lord’s Prayer.
Who doesn’t like a good game of Trivia! We’re getting together for our second Trivia Night! We’ll be over at Petoskey’s in Fremont, which is an “all-ages” establishment. So, feel free to bring your kids into the mix for some fun. We’ll figure out teams of 6 on-site, but feel free to invite your friends and roommates to come along. It’s a good idea to arrive about 15 minutes before the quiz starts (starting time is 7:30p). This is a great way to introduce people into our community!
Parking is all street parking, but it’s fairly plentiful at that time of night—especially a few blocks away.
We believe that prayer changes things. This is why we gather together to pray for our community and for one another. Our latest prayer experience is coming up on September 20th at 6:00p.
A genogram, put simply, is a family tree. But as we all know, families are anything but simple. In this workshop we will use this tool to delve much deeper into our family histories, in an intimate group process that will encourage empathy and self-discovery. We will trace the impact of trauma, illness, culture and spirituality, migration, and even sibling rivalry and communication style. All will learn the basics of how to map these patterns, and those who feel comfortable will have an opportunity to share and collaborate on their process with the group.
What patterns can we spot in our own unique genograms? What can we learn about where we've been and where we'd like to go? This group is meant as an educational introduction to what we call "family of origin" work, which each of us may build upon on our own and/or with the support of a therapist.