We need your input! You will soon receive an invitation to join a focus group and hear about a plan that has been developed to plan for priorities and renovations to our building. Our time together will give you the opportunity to provide feedback and guidance for Session and the planning teams. We encourage EVERYONE to attend ONE of these important conversations about the future of GPPC’s buildings and how we can enhance accessibility, extend our welcome, improve our Fellowship Hall, shelter the saints of the church, and maintain and protect the gifts that are our facilities. This is one of six possible meetings. Please check the calendar for other times that may work better for you.
Steve Sawyer and Clyde Davis are certified to teach a form of Tai Chi for health specifically developed for those suffering from arthritis. Whereas those with arthritis are encouraged to attend, it’s a perfect beginning class for anyone wishing to begin the practice of Tai Chi. For those who have trouble standing, the form can be done in a chair. The class is open to anyone interested from the church, seminary or the community for no cost. We encourage those participating to wear loose fitting clothing and shoes with flat soles but this is not mandatory.
This video/journal class fearues interfaith commentator Eboo Patel as he explores what it means to be “literate” about other faiths, how interfaith cooperation “works” and why, the skills needed for interfaith cooperation and the significant role that our institutions, including colleges and faith communities, can play in this process. The class will be held in the chapel and you can read more about it HERE.