Wednesday Nights at Glenn

Wednesday Nights at Glenn feature supper, fellowship and learning for all ages from mid-August thru early May.
 

Supper from Saba at 5:30 p.m.

Our meal is catered each week by Emory Village pasta joint, Saba, in the Ward Fellowship Hall. Cost for supper of pasta and salad (with vegetarian options available) is $8/adult, $5/child or student. Payable by cash, check, credit card at the door. $25 for family of 4; $30 for family of 4+.
 

Fellowship & Small Groups at 6:30 p.m.

“For the Bible Tells Me So” Room 401. This new Bible study offering in the new year is both practical and fun: Exploring Children’s Bible Stories for Grown-ups Stumped by Kids’ Questions! All are welcome. 

“Restored: Finding Redemption in Our Mess” - Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m., beginning February 21, Room 422
“Sometimes our lives are in such disarray we can’t envision a way through to redemption. But when we look at the mess through the eyes of Christ, we not only find redemption, we can clearly see spiritual restoration.” In “Restored”, author Tom Berlin encourages us to reflect and meditate through our own brokenness, showing us that it is only when we focus on the cross as a place to surrender control that we can leave our mess and find true redemption. Facilitated by Don Pollard. Books available online or contact the church office to have a book ordered for a $10 donation.

Resisting Racism - Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m., beginning February 21, Library
This study will be based on one developed by the UMC General Commission on Religion and Race: “To resist racism we must learn new information (knowledge/mindset), engage our willingness to make change (will/heartset), and do the tangible work of disrupting and dismantling racism (action/skillset).” For information and to RSVP, contact Carol Allums. 

Speaking of Sin - Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m., beginning February 21, Room 420
Led by our Candler interns Kristen Wright and Connor Bell, this study will take a new, fresh look at the topic of sin through the book "Speaking of Sin." All are welcome. Contact Rev. Brent Huckaby. 

Children's Choirs and Childcare is offered for ages Pre-K (4-yrs-old) through 5th grade. Read more about our choir offerings. Childcare with supervised free play is provided in Room 310 of the Church School Building for all children not in choir.

Joyful Noise Toddler Music Led by Suzanne Aloisio, little ones who aren’t quite old enough for Children’s Choirs at Glenn will have fun singing and dancing together as we make a joyful noise unto the Lord! Parents/guardians are welcome to drop off children (please sign-in your children with the childcare staff  - childcare provided from 6:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.) as you attend another Wednesday Nights @ Glenn option, or feel free to join us for music and playtime with your little ones. Room 310, following Children’s Choirs Rehearsal Schedule.

Emory Wesley Fellowship (College Ministry) small group in the Wesley Room. Visit Wesley Fellowship’s website.

Youth Fellowship for 6th - 12th Graders, ranging from Trivia to Get-to-Know-You-Games, or simply enjoy a “Time Out” in the Ward Fellowship Hall for homework and hanging out. For more information, visit our youth page.

Wednesday Women Small Group Join us for confidential sharing, laughter, support and prayer in the Parlor. All women welcome – single, dating, married, working, mothering, in school, or any combination.

Yoga led by Caroline Herrick in Room 409 for $5/person.


Winter & Spring 2018 dates: 

February 14 - Ash Wednesday
February 21
February 28
March 14
March 21
April 11
April 18
April 25
May 2 - Glenn's Got Talent