Fall 2021 Faith Formation
Online and In-person Offerings for All Ages
The Faith Formation Council at Central is excited about the upcoming fall classes!
Beginning September 12, we will enjoy Zoom Fellowship from 11:30 to 11:45am, leading right into a Zoom Faith Formation Class, from 11:45am to 12:45pm.
Zoom link to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85427351186
Sunday, September 12, 11:45am, Zoom
Rev. Tim Mooney will present an overview of the fall schedule of classes and Life Groups that are currently scheduled, and some alternative times and dates for other offerings, including our Visiting Theologian, Rev. Patricia Pearce.
Sunday, September 19, 11:45am, Zoom
We welcome Memory Wollenweber and Dr. Vie Thorgren, director of Restoring Connections, as they speak to us about Soul Care Mentoring and Restoring Connections – changing the lives of incarcerated women at Denver Women’s Correctional Facility. Central is a mission partner in support of Restoring Connections and our Oct. 3 Peace/Global Witness Offering will go to their cause.
Sunday, September 26, 11:45am
Elder Rachel Dempsey leads a much-needed class: “How to Use Social Media in Healthy Ways.” Rachel, who has worked and written in this area, will give us hints for navigating through the often rough-waters of life online, and offers us helpful tools to keep conversations civil and authentic.
Sundays in October, 1-3pm, Peoples Presbyterian Church
Beginning October 3, Central is joining with Peoples Presbyterian Church to discuss the book Caste: The Origins of our Discontent, by Isabel Wilkerson. Sponsored by the Colorado Council of Churches, this collaborative conversation invites us to explore together the implications and impact of racism in our culture. This series of conversations will happen from 1-3pm in the Fellowship Hall at Peoples Presbyterian Church. We are looking forward to this conversation with our good friends at Peoples, and we encourage you to buy the book and read it before the class begins on October 3.