On Wednesday evenings, we gather from 5:30–6:15 p.m. to share a meal and the joys and concerns of our community. Then, from 6:15–7:00 p.m., through careful and varied programs, we delve into topics relevant to our faith, our times, our call to missions and service. On this evening we are exploring “Love Your Neighbor” – the View from My Block.
OPTION 1: On Oct. 2, we will welcome Carla Rumph Brown for a conversation with her friend(and ours) Sylvia Oberle about loving your neighbor in a particular neighborhood inWinston-Salem. A third-generation funeral director at Clark S. Brown & Sons FuneralHome, Carla was born and raised in Winston-Salem. A graduate of RJ Reynolds HighSchool and UNC Chapel Hill, she attends First Baptist Church on Highland Avenue andhas served on several non-profit board of directors, most recently Crisis Control Ministry and Bethlehem Community Center. Carla and her family live in her grandparents'house on Cameron Avenue, in historic Reynoldstown.
OPTION 2: Opening Up to God: Spiritual Practices for Seeking and Being Found - A small group exploration (limited to 12 people).
Led by Frank Dawkins “How One’s Personality Opens to God Who Seeks Us”