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WEDNESDAYS AT KNOLLWOOD

  

5:30-6:10 p.m. Dinner is served 

6:00-6:15 p.m. Sharing celebrations and concerns 

6:15 – 7:00 p.m. Evening program

 

Fellowship Hall

 

 

JANUARY 3

“The stamp of grace and the seed of fire” - Thomas Merton (and Bill Leonard) on God’s gracious favor. Dr. Bill Leonard, church historian and friend of Knollwood, will begin our 2018 Wednesday conversations with an exploration of the contemplative thinker Thomas Merton. From Merton’s reflections on solitude, community, the artistic conscience, and the call to gospel worldliness, Dr. Leonard will suggest paths into Merton’s thought and writings and into the year ahead.

 

JANUARY 10  

A friend among us-- Samuel Kiguli and stories of Uganda, of ministry, of hope

Pastor Bob Setzer will host a conversation with a new friend at Knollwood, Pastor Samuel Kiguli, in a conversation about his country, his ministry in Uganda, his family, and his current hopes. 

 

JANUARY 10, 17, & 24   

Trouble the Water -  A small group Wednesday option.

The All God's Children ministry team will convene a lively study of the provocative book Trouble the Water: A Christian Resource for the Work of Racial Justice. The discussion will be facilitated by Judy Ginn and Spence O'Neill.
Please sign up by emailing Spence at allgodschildren@gmail.com, or contacting the church office, frontedesk@knollwood.org.

 

 

JANUARY 17 

Walking the Camino - Pilgrims Among Us  

Come listen and reflect as Beth and Rodney Stilwell share stories, photos and inspiration from their remarkable experience last summer walking part of the Camino de Santiago,an old network of pilgrim's routes that lead to the shrine of Saint James in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

 

 

To listen click below

Dr. Bill Leonard & Dr. J Lee Hill discussion

KBC Wednesday Night 8-30-2017