Join Ken Sampson on Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 P.M. on Zoom for this fresh look at Jesus’s life as portrayed in the Gospels. Respected author and Jesuit Priest, James Martin takes us on a journey in the steps of Jesus. Chapters include travel narrative, textual study, and spiritual reflection.   
This book, designed to be accessible to anyone, enables new understanding for those who already know Jesus, and a winsome introduction to Him for others. Additionally, the study includes a “Presbyterian/Reformed moment” in each session.  Contact Ken to obtain a copy of the book and details on Zoom/phone connections. 

Advent Book Study: Pastor Tricia will be leading a study of Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes by Cynthia M. Campbell. More details to come. Books can be obtained from Westminster/John Knox Press or wherever books are sold. Contact us at for the Zoom link.

Here’s a synopsis from Westminster/John Knox Press:

How might a house look for Christmas based on what each Gospel says about it? In Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes, beautiful illustrations from architect Kevin Burns reimagine each of the four Gospels as a “house,” which the church visits at Christmas. In each section, Cynthia M. Campbell reflects on the distinctive perspective of the birth of Jesus or the incarnation offered by each Gospel. Suitable for individual or group study, Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes creatively reimagines the season and inspires new and exciting reflection for Advent.

Lunch Bunch: Lunch Bunch is back and will meet on Wednesdays, December 2 and 16 at 12:00 via Zoom. All are welcome to join us and no prior reading is involved! Check email announcements for Zoom link. If you have any questions please contact Marion Thomas. Hope to see you there!

Advent Devotionals: Responding to the times, Presbyterian Outlook’s editor, Rev. Jill Duffield is producing an Advent Devotional designed for email delivery We will be sending these out weekly in Advent and can mail paper copies by request.

Immanuel—God With Us: Start this Advent with a quiet focus on God’s presence in our lives. Join Kate Sampson for a virtual time of guided prayer and meditation, Wednesday, December 2nd, at 7:00 p.m. over Zoom. Contact us for a Zoom link.