Bridges – A Intergenerational Learning and Fellowship gathering

August 27th is first of 4 chances to cross “Bridges”

Come to “Bridges” for topical, intergenerational learning & fellowship

Beginning in August, and continuing through October, you will have four opportunities to take part in a unique experience. “Bridges” are four stand-alone programs, held on four different nights, with each night looking at a different topic.

Why “Bridges?” We have the chance to “bridge” a few gaps in our lives. Being an intergenerational program, we can bridge that generation gap and get to know people that we do not interact with on a regular basis. Each evening will also bridge a specific gap in our collective experience. One evening will focus on better understanding racial diversity. The others will deal with diversity among faith traditions, care of our world, and self-care. Each event stands on its own, but you are encouraged to attend as many as you can!

Each program will begin with a free dinner at 5:30 p.m. From 6:30-8:00 p.m. we will take part in a program that involves people of all ages. These programs will be lively and interactive, appealing to adults and children as well.

The first program will be Sunday, August 27. Join us as we discuss racial diversity and relations. Our speaker will be Amy Kim Kyremes Parks from Fairmount Presbyterian Church. Amy Kim has led programs on racial diversity for many groups at all levels of the PC(USA).

To register, sign up for the program and dinner on the Christian Education bulletin board or call (440) 333-4888 or email the church office. Remember, there’s no cost for the event, and dinner is provided!

Future “Bridges” evenings will be Saturday, September 9, Wednesday, September 27, and Tuesday, October 17. Put them on your calendars NOW, before the dates fill up.

Questions? Contact Dir. of C.E. Lisa Watts or any member of the Christian Education Committee.