Sunday Forum (formerly Adult Forum) – Sundays at 9:30am in the Fellowship Room

Guest speakers present on a variety of topics and issues; intersections of the best of Buffalo and how it relates or connects to the faith community. On occasion members of the congregation present on ministry and mission, and we also take some time to have some fun along the way and not take ourselves too seriously. Check the calendar each week for the speaker of the day.

Upcoming Speakers include:

2/17 Eugene Abrahamson from Hearts and Hands

2/24 Vicki Ross will discuss her recent trip to Afghanistan

3/3 Pastor Brenda Maynor, What Does Lent Look Like for You?

3/10 Allan Jamieson, A Cayuga Faith Keeper, advocate for honoring and protecting the heritage of Indigenous people in Buffalo

3/17 Advocacy Sunday: Sheri Scavone, Executive Director of WNY Women’s Foundation, “Status of Girls & Women in WNY-The Opportunities to Rise”

3/24 Julia Kress will speak on reducing waste and living clean. How to make your own laundry soap, body wash and toothpaste.

Monday Bible Study – Monday 9:30am – Fellowship Room

The Monday morning Bible Study walks through Biblical themes in scripture taking time to consider source, context, and audience of the text. All are welcome and no previous experience is necessary.

Current Topic: Winter, 2019 – Women of the Bible

Brewed Faith – First Wednesdays 7:30am – Spot Coffee 1406 Hertel Avenue

An informal theme and topical study using the Bible as a primary source but not exclusive to other texts and resources. Leadership is group oriented. Grab your favorite cup of joe or tea and join us. No experience necessary.

Women’s Bible Study – Second Tuesdays 6:30pm – Fellowship Room

Similar to a traditional Bible study, but is more conversational and discussion driven. The topics are more thematic rather than Biblically based, and many times includes a reading or book. This is a safe space to ask questions, listen to others, and to explore deeper. Refreshments are available.

Beginning with our March meeting we will be discussing the first part of The Apostle: The Life of Paul by John Pollock