First Friday

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The members of First Friday will once again draw up cozy chairs to gather around . . . Zoom! Current members will receive the Zoom link, but those who wish to be added may contact Jane Dowding, before the date.  Please join us!

Plastic Use During the Pandemic

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The Planet and the Pandemic Series. The WCC Green Team will be hosting another installment in the The Planet and the Pandemic Series. The topic will be “Reducing Plastic Use and Pollution".

October WCC Reads! – Humankind: A Hopeful History

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You are encouraged to read Rutger Bregman’s Humankind: A Hopeful History (2019, Hachette Book Group). Bregman, a Dutch historian, makes a compelling argument that people are not as bad as we are led to think by politicians, theologians, psychologists, novelists, historians, economists, and journalists. In fact, he maintains, human beings are more likely to exhibit empathy and cooperation rather than cold-hearted, selfish behaviors in times of social stress. In this season of social stress, this may...

Colorblind to Vision Series

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LeAnn Pedersen Pope, a longtime member of WCC, will be discussing her Master of Theology thesis, From Colorblind to Clearer Vision: A White Christian's Unexpected Journey Toward Redemption on Sunday mornings, October 11 and 18, 8:45-9:45. Contact us for login information. After a 32-year career as a litigation lawyer, LeAnn decided to pursue a change in her vocation strategy from success to significance. Pursuing a call to attend seminary, LeAnn retired from the legal profession...

October WCC Reads! – Humankind: A Hopeful History

Online

You are encouraged to read Rutger Bregman’s Humankind: A Hopeful History (2019, Hachette Book Group). Bregman, a Dutch historian, makes a compelling argument that people are not as bad as we are led to think by politicians, theologians, psychologists, novelists, historians, economists, and journalists. In fact, he maintains, human beings are more likely to exhibit empathy and cooperation rather than cold-hearted, selfish behaviors in times of social stress. In this season of social stress, this may...

Colorblind to Vision Series

Online

LeAnn Pedersen Pope, a longtime member of WCC, will be discussing her Master of Theology thesis, From Colorblind to Clearer Vision: A White Christian's Unexpected Journey Toward Redemption on Sunday mornings, October 11 and 18, 8:45-9:45. Contact us for login information. After a 32-year career as a litigation lawyer, LeAnn decided to pursue a change in her vocation strategy from success to significance. Pursuing a call to attend seminary, LeAnn retired from the legal profession...

October WCC Reads! – Humankind: A Hopeful History

Online

You are encouraged to read Rutger Bregman’s Humankind: A Hopeful History (2019, Hachette Book Group). Bregman, a Dutch historian, makes a compelling argument that people are not as bad as we are led to think by politicians, theologians, psychologists, novelists, historians, economists, and journalists. In fact, he maintains, human beings are more likely to exhibit empathy and cooperation rather than cold-hearted, selfish behaviors in times of social stress. In this season of social stress, this may...

October WCC Reads! – Humankind: A Hopeful History

Online

You are encouraged to read Rutger Bregman’s Humankind: A Hopeful History (2019, Hachette Book Group). Bregman, a Dutch historian, makes a compelling argument that people are not as bad as we are led to think by politicians, theologians, psychologists, novelists, historians, economists, and journalists. In fact, he maintains, human beings are more likely to exhibit empathy and cooperation rather than cold-hearted, selfish behaviors in times of social stress. In this season of social stress, this may...

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