This exciting new course, a follow up to the event by the same name featuring David Brooks and Miroslav Volf, explores what the good life actually looks like, and how people decide for themselves. Register here.
In these interactive Zoom sessions, we will look at some more modern saints and what they have to teach us ordinary saints in our day: Barbara Brown Taylor, Frederick Buechner, and Mary Oliver.
The Disciples of Christ in One Sentence and Country Club Christian Church in One Century: These two classes are featured as we continue to celebrate our Centennial. March 29 and April 5, 7:00 p.m.
A new series of Monday Night Classes is available this winter/spring, led by Rev. Tyler Heston, Dr. Mike Graves and more.
During the season of advent, Country Club Christian Church will share advent devotions each week. Read them here.
In a year like no other and in an effort to keep everyone safe, this year’s unique Christmas Eve services will stream at 5:30, 8:00 and 11:00 p.m.
FaithBistro continues this fall, for women of all ages, with guest speakers on spirituality and real-life issues. Connect with other women looking for conversations that matter. October 15, 6:30-8:00 p.m., with guest speaker Donna Houtteman — this gathering will happen via Zoom at this link.
Hosted by Dr. Mike Graves, this popular men’s group meets for conversation on a host of spiritual topics, with a guest speaker each session. During the COVID-19 pandemic we will meet under the tent in the church back yard from 6:30-8:00 p.m. September 24, with guest speaker Max Deweese October 22, …
Dr. Mike Graves shares some resources and ideas for spiritual formation right now, whether individually or in small groups.
Women in their 30s and 40s are invited to join Carla for Text Talk, a Zoom class featuring shared reflections on the Bible passage for the sermon the following Sunday.
By Dr. Mike Graves, Scholar in Residence and Minister of Spiritual Formation An article in a recent issue of Scientific American noted that researchers at MIT have isolated the place in our brains that craves social interaction and food. Who knew? I mean we all like food, and even introverts …
There are three ways to participate in this twist on Dr. Mike Graves’ Monday Night Classes, focused on the earliest Communion practices within Christianity.
During this time of sheltering in place, people are hungry not just for things to do but ways to grow spiritually when most every aspect of life has been upended. The clergy put our heads together and compiled a list of resources for just such a moment as this.
If you missed any of Dr. Mike Graves’ recent Monday Night Classes, you can watch them here.
Catch up on the Heart and Mind podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.