- October 19 - Cantata practice begins
- Fall Bible Study coming soon
- October 21 - Blood Drive at Resurrection Lutheran
- October 24 - Book Group on social justice issues
(new day and time!)
- October 31 - 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation
- November 4 - Bishop’s Symposium
- November 18 - Spiritual Day Apart - "Finding Your Way In"
Learning From One Another
Cantata Practice Starts October 19
The choir’s Christmas Cantata rehearsals begin Thursday, October 19 at 7:00 p.m. You are invited to add your energy and enthusiasm to this annual much loved BPUMC celebration. Contact Choir Director Darrell 253.843.4116; email@example.com
Fall Bible Study lead by BoB Underwood and David Warren
Study will focus on stories of people of the Bible; each week telling the story of a different person. Who would you like to know more about? Has someone in the Bible inspired you, and you would like to share your insight, possibly lead a discussion on your favorite biblical character, we would love to hear it! Dates and times coming soon!!! Please return your questionnaires if you have not done so already! We will be using this information to help find days, times, and people!
Oct 24 - Book Group On Social Justice Issues
This group will meet October 24th at 6:00 p.m. The first book they have chosen is Jim Wallis' book, America's Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege, and the Bridge to a New America. It is a challenging book to read and should generate interesting conversation and maybe even action! It would be helpful if you would bring two questions based on your reading to the group to stimulate our discussion. Please contact Carol Novotney for more information at 253-569-6424
Our first gathering will beTuesday, October 24th 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Host - Walt and Carol Novotney's home 1902 Amber Road N.E. Tacoma
500th Year Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation
October 31, 1517 is the day Martin Luther, a German theology professor and Catholic priest, nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the cathedral.
These are just a few links to learn about the Reformation and how it relates to us. Reformation, the Saint John's Bible, which Pacific Lutheran University has on display, Luther Country, and what the United Methodist Bishops call to commemorate the anniversary of the Reformation.
Nov 4 - Bishop’s Symposium - No Joke LIVE
A preacher, a rabbi, and an Imam walk into … an unthinkable friendship and forge an unbreakable bond. You might think it’s a bar joke, but it’s actually No Joke
In this live appearance, a born again Evangelical Pastor, Muslim Imam and Jewish Rabbi from the conservative Heartland of America (a.k.a. The Peoria Three) Screen key segments of the NO JOKE Documentary and tell the story of how their unthinkable friendship came to be; Take questions, introduce the audience to The Three Practices and explain how they can use these practices to cross their own difference divide.
United Methodist clergy and lay persons across the Greater Northwest Area are invited to participate. November 4, 2017 from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tickets are $32. Space will be limited. Tickets on sale now! www.eventbrite.com - Seattle First United Methodist Church
Spiritual Day Apart - “Finding Your Way In”
Event will focus on Honesty, Awareness and Openness. Featured speaker is Chris Ray. Tickets will be $15 and will include lunch. Event is November 18 from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. More information coming soon!