Summer Film Series, Call Me Malcolm, 8/16, 7 pm—The third and final film in our “Who Is My Neighbor?” series is an amazing story of the human spirit and the liberating struggle to realize and express one’s truest sense of self. This brave film offers us a glimpse into Malcolm’s life and into the lives of others who identify as transgender, showing how shame and fear can be overcome by grace, compassion and knowledge: www.callmemalcolm.com.
St. Paul’s Food Pantry, 8/19—We need six volunteers to serve from 9 am-Noon at St. Paul’s Food Pantry, located at 4900 Connecticut Ave, www.stpaulslutherandc.org. Please email Jennifer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday School Update—Our Sunday School is on summer break through Labor Day. Children are welcome in worship and the Nursery is open for childcare. Questions? Email email@example.com
Mid-Year Congregational Lunch & Meeting, 8/27—Join Pastor Ellen, the Cabinet and other Lay Leaders for a festive lunch and mid-year check in. We’ll share results from the recent survey, provide details about the strategic planning process, and preview this year’s 100th Anniversary events.
Choir Practice Resumes, 9/1 and 9/6—Our Adult Choir rehearses Sunday mornings at 9:30 am and Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm. If you’d like to get involved, please contact our Music Director, Dorothy Mora: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome Back Sunday & Harvest Lunch, 9/10—We’ll begin the fall with a worship service for all ages. Afterward, the Deacons will host a Harvest Lunch with sandwich makings, salads and delicious desserts. All are welcome!
Unity Walk, 9/10—After the Harvest Lunch, Pastor Ellen will accompany those who wish to participate in the annual interfaith walk down Massachusetts Ave. We’ll begin at Washington Hebrew Congregation, 3935 Macomb St., NW. This is a family friendly event, and we encourage you and yours to meet our friends and neighbors from a variety of faith traditions.