“They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer” (Acts 2:42).
How is Wed Nite Live different from Sunday School? WNL is a complement to Sunday School and a great way to connect in between Sundays. The atmosphere is more relaxed, there is time for more fun, and all generations have the opportunity to mingle. Anyone is welcomed!
What are the dates and times? Fall Semester begins on September 6th - November 15th, 2017 (Fall Break week off). Winter Semester begins January 10th - March 21st, 2018 (Spring Break week off).
Children and youth meet from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.; Adult services meet from 5:30 - 6:15 p.m.; Dinner service will begin at 6:15 p.m. and the evening will end with a game b y 7:00 p.m.
What is the cost for fall semester? 2, 3, 4 year olds: $40/child.
K-High School: $50/child with a family maximum of $125 for children.
Adults: $60/person if paid in advance. $7.00 meal if you pay as you go. Free nursery available for children under 2 years old.
Payment is due with registration or on the first night of WNL.
What will be studied? The Littlers (ages 2, 3, 4) will share a Bible story, craft, music, and play.
K-6th graders: "Information Coming Soon".
7-8th graders: "Information Coming Soon".
High school students: "Information Coming Soon".
Adults will have several tracts from which to choose:
- THE JESUS FATWAH, “Loving Your Muslim Neighbor as Yourself” - Much
of what passes as information about Islam is weed-like disinformation rooted in
stereotype and watered by fear. In The Jesus Fatwah, Islamic and
Christian scholars offer reliable information about what Muslims believe, how
they live out their faith, and how we can build relationships across the lines
of faith. This five-week DVD series
(from the Living the Questions series) features 17 Islamic and Christian
scholars including Brian McLaren, Eboo Patel, and Stephen Prothero and a reader
guide authored by Rev. Ben Daniel, a graduate of Princeton Theological
Seminary, ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and pastor of
Foothills PC in San Jose, CA. Moderated
by Bert Moore and Barbara Bozeman.
TO GENERATION - Calling
everyone who has ever had a disagreement with someone else! Life in
community always has things we disagree about, whether it is in our families,
our churches, or our national politics. Join Carol Tate for a class she
is calling Generation to Generation for ways to understand conflict, how to
deal with it, where it comes from, and what is going on in us that drives our
reactions. Scripture will give us examples both of great conflict and
amazing reconciliations. Our own lives will give us plenty to think about,
too. For everyone who wants to learn how to understand and deal with
disagreement and have some fun thinking together about why we do what we do,
this may be news you can use. And the best news is—we can get better at
it! Generation to generation, what are you passing on? Taught by Dr. Carol Tate.
How do I register? You can register online at www.fpchsv.org or contact Woodward Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is required for children, youth, and adults; payment is due by September 6th, 2017.