Living the Questions: Neighborhood Groups 

May 2, 2016

Plymouth’s four-week Living the Questions neighborhood gatherings begin in the next two weeks.  Exploring faith issues through a progressive Christian lens, each meeting starts with a 20-minute video segment. Group discussion follows each video segment. Topics chosen for this series are Taking the Bible Seriously, Thinking Theologically, Lives of Jesus and Out into the World: Challenges Facing Progressive Christians. Group locations and times are listed below. Please contact group leaders if you plan to attend. Anyone may attend ANY group! South Seattle/Columbia City group is especially kid-friendly.

  • West Seattle – hosted and led by Susan Berry and Doug James. Wednesdays, beginning May 4, 7-8:30 pm. Contact SusanJBerry@comcast.net
  • South Seattle/Columbia City – hosted by Elizabeth Maher, led by Jennifer Castle. Thursday nights beginning May 12, 7-8:30 pm. Contact Elizabeth at Elizabeth.Maher@yahoo.com
  • Ballard – hosted by Connie Sandstrom, led by Donene Blair. Wednesdays, beginning May 11, 7-8:30 pm. Contact CJSarchitect@comcast.net
  • NE Seattle – hosted and led by Courtney and Rosemary Hashimoto. Mondays, beginning May 2, 7-8:30 pm. Contact RHashimoto@comcast.net
  • Mercer Island/Eastside – hosted by Betty Behmke, led by Bob Turner. Wednesdays, beginning May 4,  7-8:30 pm. Contact BobT9876@gmail.com
  • Downtown/Horizon House – held at Horizon House, led by Brigitta Remole and Jennifer Castle. Mondays, beginning May 2, 3 pm. Contact JCastle@PlymouthChurchSeattle.org. (All downtown Plymouth residents are invited!)

Please consider joining a group for opportunities to strengthen your faith and simultaneously deepen relationships with one another! Questions? Contact Jennifer Castle at: JCastle@PlymouthChurchSeattle.org.  –Jennifer Castle, Director of Faith Formation on behalf of the Adult Education Board

 

 



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