Extraordinary Film Series: The films in this series depict everyday, ordinary people living their ordinary daily lives; in the midst of their faithfulness, the extraordinary happens. Their stories give us hope, renew our faith and inspire us to live our everyday lives with great expectation that each day has the potential to become extraordinary.
Saturday, March 17, we’ll watch the 2003 movie Luther. During the early 16th century, idealistic German monk Martin Luther, disturbed by the materialism in the church, begins the dialogue that will lead to the Protestant Reformation.
Movie nights start at 6 pm, with snacks and discussion following the movie (bring a snack to share).
Dates for the 2017–2018 season are October 14, November 11, January 13 and March 17. And if you’d like to watch last year’s films, they’re now in the church library: Beyond The Blackboard; Captive; Alice; The 33; Decoration Day.
Friday, January 19, following lunch at noon, Sixty Plus Club hosted Kathryn Greiner who spoke about the recent Equifax breach, and gave advice on identity theft protection.
Our next meeting is Friday, March 16, at noon.
RSVP: Phoebe Vance, or in the fellowship hall entry.
Sixty Plus Club meets monthly during the school year, for lunch followed by a program on a topic of interest. All are welcome, no matter your age!
Please consider leading or organizing a program, or helping prepare lunch; please contact Phoebe Vance.