Mission U 2018 July 13 - 16, Central Washington University Theme: What about money? with Rev. Neal Christie. Click here for more information.
Snoqualmie UMC's Karolann Whetsell writes, "I have been attending formerly called School of Mission and now called Mission u for over 25 years. It has changed my life. I am inviting you to join me in July... May 31st is the application deadline to claim a scholarship for first time attenders...Among the activities are plenaries (teaching on the big topic), breakout sessions, meals, vespers, worship, book table browsing, and sharing times with small groups.The keynote speaker is Rev. Neal Christie, who will lead the plenary study on money matters from a biblical, ethical, and practiced perspective...Electives are either the spiritual growth topic Embracing Health and Wholeness or the geographical study Missionary Conferences with a Difference.”
New Book Discussion Group meets August 27 All (men, women, youth) are welcome to join us on Monday, August 27, from 6:30-8:00 pm, for a book discussion! We will be reading America's Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege and the Bridge to a New America by Jim Wallis. (Copies available through King County Library - Call No.305.800973 WAL and downloadable audio book and ebook - or you may purchase your own.) The book features not only a recounting of the pain of racism and xenophobia but also a hope-filled map for a new, reconciled reality. See July/August Circuit Rider for more information. Thanks to Karolann Whetsell for initiating and facilitating!
Bible Study Thanks to Bible Study teachers Carol Peterson and Ron Sumners and all who participated in many months of The New Testament Bible study, which culminated at the end of June. We journeyed through the whole New Testament with historical perspective from the Great Courses and lots of lively discussion from the class. We look forward to another study after summer break.
Prayer Ministry Join the team that prays regularly for members and friends of the congregation, and tends to a variety of prayer requests.
Snoqualmie Valley Interfaith Gatherings Connect with neighbors from different faith traditions typically on the second Sundays of the month, 3- 5 pm. .Locations vary. The purpose of these get-togethers is to foster relationships across faith lines that enrich our understanding of each other's faith traditions and strengthen community around the valley.There is much good to learn from and with each other. We are so pleased to partner with friends from Snoqualmie Mosque and neighbors with other Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Baha'i, and agnostic roots. Newcomers and additional faith perspectives welcome.
July's gathering is planned for July 22, 3 -5 pm at Reri MacLean and Steve Boyer's home. Their address is 46923 SE 130th SW, in North Bend, WA 98045 July's meeting will have a "what's next" theme. Reri writes: We would be happy to have you join us for a time of friendship, food and discussion. Whether you are a newcomer or a regular participant, we welcome you! RSVP to Reri at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring Worship to North Bend Regency and Rehabilitation Center Second Sundays of each month during the school year, 2:15-3 pm. Join in a time of singing, praying, and Upper Room reflections.
Laughing Ladies Lunch Gather at the Mt Si Golf Course restaurant for food and fun conversation, 12 - 1 pm on first Fridays of the month.
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