UPCOMING EVENTS

 

VIRTUAL GAME NIGHT

Tuesdays at 6:33pm

 

Everyone is invited to join us for Virtual Game Night via Zoom. Games have included scavenger hunts, Scattergories, Psych! and different games on the Jackbox platform. 

 

Game night lasts about an hour and is always filled with laughter. 

 


MIDDAY PRAY & STAY

Tuesdays and Thursdays 12pm-12:30


A pastor will be online to receive and pray for anyone who would like to join. You will be invited to breathe deeply, hear God’s word prayed for you and others based on the Book of Common Prayer, Midday prayers for the day . It is our hope that all will allow the Holy Spirit to realign our bearings for the day. After this 5-minute time of prayer, anyone who wishes to log off will be welcomed to go about their day in God’s peace. If you have an additional few minutes you are invited to stay online to share where you are on your journey and affirm one another.




THURSDAY EVENING PRAYER & CONVERSATION

Thursdays at 6:33pm



During this time of social distancing, connecting with a faith community is more important than ever. Join us each Thursday evening at 6:33pm for a time of prayer and conversation. Rev. Dr. Jo Hudson and Rev. Kerry Smith lead this time together.




WHITE FRAGILITY CONVERSATION

Wednesdays Aug 5 - Sept 9 at 6:33pm


Join us for a virtual conversation on the New York Times best-selling book, White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, which explores the counterproductive reactions white people have when their assumptions about race are challenged, and how these reactions maintain racial inequality.


Space is limited to 150 people and registration is required.



 

COFFEE WITH JO

August 16 at 12pm

 

Are you new to New Church? Join us for virtual coffee hour with Rev. Dr. Jo Hudson, our Senior Pastor, and some of the New Church deacons. This is a great time to get to know us and ask any questions you might have.

 



THE JOURNEY

March 4-7, 2021


The Journey is a three-day spiritual renewal experience based on the Cursillo tradition.