Sally MolenKamp will be presenting “The Christmas Story in Art”. “In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be enrolled . . .” We hear these word, the “Christmas Story” every year during Advent. What pictures does it draw in your mind’s eye? A lot of those images are thanks to artists over the centuries. Join us as we look at the art of Advent and Christmas. We will discuss how this artwork colors the ways we think about the events surrounding Christ’s birth. Teaser: Why is Mary always wearing blue?
Clyde Davis is 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.
Wednesday afternoons for children and families: It’s choir rehearsal for children of all ages plus a big family dinner for children and parents alike. 4:15 Children in grades 2-5 meet in Fellowship Hall; snack is first, then rehearsal in the choir room. 5:00 Children age 3 to 1st grade meet in the Fellowship Hall while older children play freely 5:30 All children and families gather for dinner in the Fellowship Hall. Main dish is provided. The meal is free and open to all!