Monday, May 16, at 10:00am By Nancy Nonini Do you feel closer to the women at Perryville Prison after the Art Show, Re-Entry Simulation, or any of the presentations where Arouet volunteers shared personal experiences? Would you like to build on that experience? Please consider attending our hybrid Pen Pal Training on Monday, May 16… Continue reading Perryville Pen Pal Training
Do you have questions about Church of the Palms? You’re invited to join us Wednesday, April 6, at 3:30 p.m. for an Information Session in King Hall hosted by the Evangelism and Growth Team. Meet with Senior Pastor Paul Whitlock and Associate Pastor Jim Alexander for a slide presentation and meet some other active church… Continue reading Visitor Information Session
This series of four classes begins on Wednesday, March 9, from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Details on the class are available HERE. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Beth Moore at 608.948.9023 if you wish to participate. She’ll send you a link to view a documentary in preparation for the first class.
Kay Klinkenborg will facilitate two classes on suicide: November 9th and 16th,10:00-11:30 a.m. in King Hall and online via Bridges. Masks are required and seating with social distancing. This will be a safe (unrecorded) environment to talk about one of the most difficult subjects in our lives: words hard to say — suicide and suicide… Continue reading A Safe Space for Starting Conversations About Suicide and Its Prevention
Kay Klinkenborg will facilitate two classes on suicide from 10:00-11:30 a.m., Nov. 9th and 16th, in King Hall and online via Bridges. Masks are required and seating with social distancing. This will be a safe (unrecorded) environment to talk about one of the most difficult subjects in our lives: words hard to say — suicide… Continue reading Upcoming Class: A Safe Space for Starting Conversations About Suicide and Its Prevention
The Church of the Palms is stepping solidly into the future of being “the church” to those who cannot physically be present for classes, events or worship. Ten Hewlett Packard Chromebook computers have been purchased through a grant to enable anyone to participate who doesn’t have access to Internet or cellphone. The new “hybrid” church… Continue reading Church of the Palms “Computer Library” is Here: Home Participation Now Available
Learn about potential solutions at Breakfast in Your PJs on Tuesday, May 25th at 8:30 am By Nancy NoniniSocial Justice Action Team—Criminal Justice Did you know that Arizona has the fifth highest imprisonment rate in the U.S., but is only 15th highest in population? This incarceration costs AZ taxpayers over one billion dollars per year.… Continue reading Mass Incarceration — What Can We Do?
To connect to these online classes, visit our Bridges page! Current Issues & Faith, Tuesdays, 10:30-11:30 a.m.Facilitated by Kay Klinkenborg.Dec. 1-15: “J.E.S.U.S.A” DVD. An in-depth exploration of the relationship between Christianity and American nationalism and the violence that often emerges from it. Some featured speakers: Diana Butler Bass, Fr. John Dear, and Dwight Ford.Dec. 22,… Continue reading Life Long Learning classes in December continue online
A new ministry program is being offered by Palms member Shea Darian, a grief educator and spiritual director who teaches holistic grieving as a life-skill to help you heal your grief – past, present and future. Whoever you are and no matter what types of losses you harbor, Shea offers a new way to think… Continue reading Doing Grief in Real Life: Ministry Program at Church of the Palms UCC
Wednesdays, March 4- April 1, 11 am–12 noon at Church of the Palms Each week will feature a different presenter focusing on the Lenten theme. A simple bread and soup meal will follow each speaker. Kay Klinkenborg will be coordinating this series.