Difference Through FELLOWSHIP
Tuesdays Together is an all-church program that features a warm
meal each Tuesday night, followed by a number of elective classes. Many of these
classes are fun and inviting, along with being a great time to get to know
others in the church and learn something new. Classes have ranged from massage
therapy to playing euchre to story-telling to scrapbooking to world religions to
learning how to play bridge. This 8-week long period runs three times throughout
the year -- usually October-November, January-February, and March-April.
What Is It Exactly?
Good question! Tuesdays Together are a conglomeration of
programs that allow for greater participation, and organizes our church schedule
so that to be involved in a variety of activities you don't have to be at the
church every night of the week. The evening begins with a simple yet substantial
meal called "Feed My Spirit", followed by a number of elective classes that you
choose to participate in, plus on the fourth and eighth Tuesday an alternative
worship service featuring the Fusion band
When Is It Exactly?
5:45pm-6:30pm...The "Feed My
Spirit" meal is open to all. A volunteer team prepares this simple meal, which
is substantial enough to not have to eat again afterwards but easy enough to be
made each week. Mac-n-cheese and hot dogs are consistently offered each week
(just in case the kids don't like the main meal), plus coffee, tea, milk and
fruit are provided. Not only is this an easy dinner for families on this night
of the week, but it is also a good time of fellowship for church and community
folks alike. The meal is free, but donations are accepted. View the meal
schedule here or contact the church office to
obtain a copy.
our educational opportunities for adults we offer an array of classes that
compliment our already existing DISCIPLE Bible Study
and Sunday morning electives. Classes run for 6
weeks with breaks every 3 weeks when we worship together during the alternative
service featuring Fusion.
Tuesday's Together sessions
offered previously include:
Demystifying the Tax Code
Are you wondering how to take advantage of the new stimulus tax credits? Local
tax preparer, Sarah Chapman will be presenting information on current and
future tax regulations youíll want to know about. Come with questions in mind
for this information packed hour.
Computer Basics & Digital Photography
Debi Schneider-Howland, owner of
Computer Sense of Wooster, offered three classes about computers: "Understanding Computers and How to
Buy Them", "Computer Housekeeping", and
"Internet and E-mail Smarts". Then Barry Rawson, owner of
Calais Fine Portraiture
Studio offered three classes on Digital Photography: "Understanding
Digital Cameras", "Taking Better Pictures", and
"Working with Images".
Judaism: The Religion of a People
Rev. Joel Engman led an informational study on the ancient
Jewish Faith. The Study traces the history, development, and practice of Judaism
from its earliest beginnings to the present day. Class Topics were the Torah, Ancient Faith, Practices of Judaism, the Holocaust,
Judaism in the Middle East, the State of Israel and Judaism in
Working towards earning her Girl Scout Badge, Shelby Mackey led
this group interested in learning the art of Crocheting together. Bring crochet
hooks and yarn. If you are an experienced with crochet then come teach others.
Participants were invited to work on making something to donate to the Su Casa
Learn to Play Bridge Group
Did you learn to play bridge in the last class and canít get enough? Or maybe
you want to learn alongside new beginners. Come and learn the game with other
novices, or get a refresher for yourself. Led by Rev.
Kevin Phipps the class met for 6 sessions.
Examples of Meals:
Chicken Enchiladas and Fruit Salad
Sloppy Joes and Veggies with Dip
Chicken Casserole and Fruit Salad
Hot Chicken Sandwiches and Salad
Pasta, Salad and Bread