Wednesday Nights at Glenn
Wednesday Nights at Glenn feature supper, fellowship and learning for all ages from mid-August thru early May.
Supper catered by Saba at 5:30 p.m.
Our meal will be catered by Saba in the Ward Fellowship Hall. Cost for supper is $8/adult, $5/child or student, $30/family. Payable by cash, check, credit card at the door. Or pay online here.
Children’s Choirs & Small Groups at 6:30 p.m.
Children's Choirs is offered for ages Pre-K (4-yrs-old) through 5th grade. Sign in with the Choir Directors in the Ward Fellowship Hall at 6:25pm or the rooms below at 6:30pm. Read more about our music ministry here and click the links below to register children:
Cherub Choir - Pre-K (age 4 by Sept 1) and Kindergarten
Carol Choir - 1st and 2nd Grade
Covenant Choir - 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade
Joyful Noise Toddler Music Room 310. 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 Night @ Glenn option, or feel free to join us for music and playtime with your little ones.
Youth Fellowship for 6th - 12th Graders, ranging from Trivia to Get-to-Know-You-Games, or simply enjoy a “Time Out” in the Youth and Activities Building for homework and hanging out. For more information, visit our youth page.
Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood Book Club, Room 401. Join Rev. Susan Pinson for conversations revolving around parenting, relationships, and more, guided by Fred Rogers' book, "You are Special: Words of Wisdom for All Ages from a Beloved Neighbor." Contact Rev. Pinson for more information.
White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide Discussion Group — Room 422. Join as we read and discuss Emory professor Dr. Carol Anderson’s thought-provoking and unflinching history of America’s racial divide. Dr. Anderson is a gifted writer who compellingly lays out the roadblocks that have been erected in the face of advances towards full participation in our democracy by African Americans. Please contact Robin Olson or Carol Allums if you are interested. White Rage is available in bookstores or can be ordered online here.