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Groups for the Summer 2015

“The Adult Forum”

The summer adult classes are focused on the gospels and the Acts of the Apostles.  All classes meet in the Parish Hall.  All are welcome.

“Shop Talk” (for men)
This group, led by the Rev. Gib Watt, meets at Longwood at Oakmont bi-weekly.  Exclusively for men, participants are encouraged to bring a bag lunch and enjoy conversation and fellowship.

Second Saturday Men’s Bible Breakfast

This gathering of men at 7:30am on the second Saturday of every month is a great, freshly cooked breakfast and some fellowship and some discussion of the Bible and the Christian life.  The men gather in the Parish Hall.  Anyone is welcome.

Wednesday Women’s Bible Study I
Dory Dietz leads this bimonthly group of women at her home (Call the parish office for information).  This winter, this group will take a brief hiatus until March.  This group looks at the Bible but also meets to pray and support one another in our own Christian walk.

Friday Women’s Bible Study II
This Bible study meets every Friday at the home of Shelley Cammisa.  We are a group of women serious about learning more about the Bible and how it applies to our lives.

Home Dinner Group
This group meets once a month just for dinner and for fellowship.  There is no agenda other than sharing together and getting to know one another better.  The dinner changes to a different home every month.  Call the church office for current information.

Heaven’s Kitchen

Julie Bucci leads this group (start date to be announced) which shares faith, fellowship and food.  Heaven’s Kitchen meets in the church’s kitchen on Wednesdays for four weeks.  A different leader each week shares recipes and gives a demonstration of how to make them.  The fellowship is fun and the food is fantastic.  Open to all.

Griefshare Group

Grane Hospice leads a two month group, held at St. Thomas Church, designed for the family members of those who have lost loved ones.  How do we deal with the loss of someone who has been an integral part of our lives for years?  How do we deal with a loss that feels so acute?  This course, using materials from Griefshare, helps.  It is offered two or three times a year and meets on Tuesdays.  The next Griefshare Group is yet to be announced but meetings usually are from 6pm to 8pm.  Call the church office for more information.  You can also email Van Brenlove, the bereavement counselor who leads the group, for additional information:  vbrenlove@granehospice.com.

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