Get Connected through W.E.L.L.(Westminster. Eat. Learn. Live)
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W.E.L.L. Schedule for the fall
Book of Revelation
Ernie Thompson will teach a three week Bible Study on the Book of Revelation beginning October 12th. While Revelation can be strange and confusing, it is meant to give comfort and hope to Christians in the midst of challenging times. The book addresses big questions about the goodness and power of God and the power of evil, Christ's presence with the church and his place in God's victory, and God's ultimate plans for us and all creation. We'lllook at the historical context and the meaning of the imagery as we seek to hear the messageof Revelation for us today.
Book Study An Invisible Thread
In conjunction with Westminster's two-year outreach focus on Children in Poverty, a study of the book An Invisible Thread will be held on October 12 and 19. An Invisible Thread tells of the life-long friendship between a busy sales executive and a disadvantaged young boy, and how both of their lives were changed by what began as one small gesture of kindness. On October 26, we will hear from a panel of folks who have experience with mentoring relationships.
Amani Bead Workshops
Enjoy an evening of fellowship and creativity – all to benefit the orphans at New Life Home in Kenya. Westminster’s Amani Bead group holds beading workshops Wednesday nights during WELL, starting this year on Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m. at Redington House. No experience is needed; experts will be available to help and teach you. To learn more, contact Rhonda Horney or Ann Morris at email@example.com