The Meeting House seeks to provide fellowship opportunities for members to come to better know one another, as well as to provide care for those in crisis.
Care in Crisis: Deacons can coordinate occasional meals for those recovering from illness or surgery, and Stephen Ministers are available for those going through a tough time. Deacons can also help coordinate transportation to worship services for those unable to drive, and visit with our homebound members. Please let our pastors know if you are in the hospital or have other pastoral care needs.
Fellowship: In addition to various fellowship groups, the church hosts an annual congregational dinner, a church picnic, Sunday coffee hours (following 11:00am worship), and Lemonade on the Lawn (during the summer, following 10:00am worship).
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Join us on Wednesday evenings in Lent for dinner and a program. Join us for the Ash Wednesday service at 7 p.m. on February 18, and come from February 25 through March 25 for Midweek Connections.
Worship and the Arts
Dr. Deborah Sokolove, Director of the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion at Wesley Theological Seminary, will present a program on Worship and the Arts on Wednesday evenings at the Meeting House. The classes will draw on Dr. Sokolove’s two books, Sanctifying Art: Inviting Conversation Between Artists, Theologians, and the Church and Calling on God: Inclusive Language Prayers for Three Years of Sundays. Each Wednesday during Lent, dinner will be served in Fellowship Hall at 6 p.m., followed by the class from 7 to
8 p.m. Childcare is available on request by contacting the church office, 703.549.6670