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Week of April 29, 2018

Council of Dads           Thursday, April 26, 6:00pm
This group meets the 4th Thursday of each month for a light supper and discussion of issues facing dads of all ages, offering access to ideas and voices of experience in an informal and collegial setting.  For more information contact Peter Sayers at .

Sacred Stories Training           April 28 & 29
We will introduce a new Sunday School curriculum in the fall which centers on the creative telling of Biblical stories.  Interested in becoming a storyteller?  Attend this special training where we will immerse ourselves in the stories.  This free training is for everyone, whether or not you have a child in the Sunday School program.  See Bethany or Coral Kisseberth for more information.

New Officer Installation                Sunday, April 29, 10:00am
We will welcome and install our new Elders and Deacons.  We will also have a brief congregational meeting to vote for an Elder filling a one-year term.

Yoga to Enliven Spirit               Monday, April 30, 9:30am
Start your Monday morning with a deeply nourishing-mind, body and spirit- yoga class. This is a breath-centered class focusing on fundamentals, so appropriate for all-levels and all-ages. Questions?  Contact Erin Elliott at erinelliottyoga.com or for more information. Suggested donation $15.  Bring your own mat (or I have extras if you don’t own one).

Bible Study               Tuesdays, May 1 & 15, 6:00pm
Bethany will be teaching the Bible study class on the Gospel of Mark on the 1st Tuesday of the month; Rob will return for the second. Meet in the library.

Interfaith Prayer Breakfast               Wednesday, May 2, 8:00am
Hosted by the Marin Interfaith Council, the breakfast will feature speakers from SFTS, Green Gulch Zen Center, and Anubhuti Meditation Center.  They will share about the feminine perspective in each of their faith traditions.  Tickets are $35; see Bethany to register.

Strange Books of the Bible                Wednesdays, May 2-23, 9:30am
We will explore some books of the Bible that one might consider "strange."  Are they really strange?  Facilitated by Ted Scott.

Parents' Night Out       Saturday, May 5, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Hey Parents, need a break?  WPC Youth are here to help!  Drop off your kids (6 months - 5th grade) at the church for games, crafts, and a snack.  There is no charge or donations required.  Please pack them a dinner if they haven't eaten already. RSVP with

Trip to The Border Info Meeting          Sunday May 6, 11:15am
A trip to the Mexico/US Border is planned for Feb. 18-22, 2019. You are invited to learn about the issues on both sides of the border, along the Wall, in the desert, in the courts, at the detention centers and more. This is an adult trip. Parents may bring their teen youth (school vacation week). For more info contact Rev. Barbara Rowe.

WOW Annual Spring Dinner                   Tuesday, May 22, 6:30pm
We are delighted to welcome speakers Lauren Halsey, a youth and church elder and Gianna Panvardi, an anti-gun ambassador with March for Our Lives.  Both girls are sophomores at Redwood High and will be talking about why they are passionate about changing the gun culture in our country. There is no charge for the dinner, but donations are welcome. If you don't receive the Evite by May 6th or have never attended, you may RSVP to  

 

        
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