This Weekend ~ November 25-26

Greetings FMC family. ¡Saludos a todos!

Join us this evening (Friday), 7 – 9 pm for Bryan Moyer Suderman’s first session of Reading the Bible with Jesus. This is an opportunity for creative, accessible study in the Gospel of Mark.
We continue on Saturday 9 – 3 pm (lunch provided – registration fee of $20).
Come for one session, or come for all 4 sessions, as you are able. We gather in FMC’s West Hall basement.

Sábado/Saturday @ 6:00 pm
¿Que significa leer la Biblia como comunidad anabautista?
Nuestro hermano Bryan Moyer Suderman nos guiará en un estudio comunitario y participativo de Lucas 24, 1-35, el famoso camino a Emaús.
¡No te lo pierdas!

9:30 amAdult Faith Formation meets in the basement West Hall, delving into Anabaptist Core Values taking shape in the 1500s, lead by retired Conrad Grebel professor, Arnold Snyder.
Messy Church – 0-100 year olds, gather in the East Hall for a multi-sensory, intergenerational, experiential-based approach to spirituality, worship and the Bible, open to all, and especially geared to children.
Youth Class – grades 8–12+. Prepping for Messy church leadership on December 3.
10:45 am – Shelley Campanola, the new Executive Director at the Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support, brings the message, “A Time to Come Home.” A significant storyline of biblical history has been about a people on the move, and a homecoming God. In our time, borders are closing, perspectives are hardening and too many are saying, “not here”. As followers of Christ, we have been given a mission of welcome as God brings people from all over the world to our community. Our embrace of that mission reveals his grace and generosity, feeds our joy, and tells those who have had to be on the move, “home” can be found here!
4 pm — Community concert for all ages at Rockway Mennonite Church. An interactive, spiritual sing-along featuring songs from Bryan Moyer Suderman’s latest CD, I’m glad you’re here songs of hope and struggle”. An offering will be taken with proceeds to support the work of Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support. Invite friends and family to join you!


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