CWCC will host Metropolitan Coalition of Congregation's Listening Training on Saturday April 21 - 9-1. Lunch will be served, with a suggested donation of $10 to cover lunch and support the coalition's efforts to work for justice in suburban Detroit.
DHM OFFERS LENTEN STUDY RESOURCE
Disciples Home Missions is offering The Season of Lent, a free resource written by the Revs. Betty Miller Green and Irvin W. Green, who is transitional pastor at Fifth Christian Church in Cleveland, Ohio. The work contains a description of the season, a glossary of Lenten terms, and daily meditations.
The Season of Lent is sponsored and distributed by DHM’s Christian Education Ministry. Download The Season of Lent from DHM’s website at: www.discipleshomemissions.org/pages/CE-Lent.
Check for other Lenten resources under the Resources for Congregations link on disciples.org or by following this link: www.disciples.org/Resources/LentandEasterResources/tabid/705/Default.aspx
A body of local churches has come together to remember God’s children who have lost their life to AIDS and to support their loved ones. Please join us at the First United Methodist Church in Birmingham, on Sunday, February 26th at 7 p.m. for a memorial service followed by a special time of fellowship. During this time you will have a unique opportunity to honor loved ones at the AIDS Memorial tree and to view panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. Pastor Bob Cornwall has been asked to be the preacher for this event.
For more information, contact Susan Anderson Dale at 248-646-6407 ext 3160
As a follow up to our Fall series on Islam, Professor Saeed Khan, has agreed to participate in a series of monthly conversations on Islam and Christianity. We will meet on the third Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm at the Panera Bread Company located at 1325 Coolidge Highway (in the shopping center on Coolidge at Maple in Troy.
We will gather around a table in the back section of the restaurant, share a drink and food (if you like), and enjoy conversation about our two faith traditions. Pastor Bob and Saeed Khan, who is a Lecturer on Islam and the Near East at Wayne State University, as well as being a founder and Fellow of the Institute of Social Policy and Understanding, will lead this open discussion.
The series is set to run for four months -- February through May.