We all know how busy December can be, what with family visits and the rush-rush-rush of holiday preparations. Yet, taking time to relax and enjoy a movie with friends and comfort foods is also warranted and welcoming.
So, this December, we will gather in the Hall and take in a couple of movies.
December 8th: “Invictus” will be aired at 6:30pm. This movie has been chosen by the Contemporary Conversations Group and will be discussed on December 10th after the 10am Sunday Liturgy. All are welcome to the movie, the discussion or both!
December 15th: The classic 1949 film “Come to the Stable” will be shown, starting at 7pm.
Pizza will be provided at both showings. Please bring along your favorite snack to share. Beverages are provided.
And as always…ALL ARE WELCOME.
Starting on Friday, October 13th, (how appropriate), we’ll gather in the Hall and take in a classic Alfred Hitchcock thriller. We’ll start with “Rope,” followed by “North by Northwest,” on the 20th and and lastly “Rebecca” on the 27th.
Movie time is 7pm. Bring your favorite snacks and pizza will be provided.
All are welcome. Remember, we start on Friday, October 13th.
The sign-up sheet is filling up but there is still plenty of room for others to join in and be part of this church-wide experience.
Movable Feast is both social and business: we gather as friends and church family, to enjoy time together as we share a common meal. It is also “business,” as we will discuss matters that are relevant to our church, discuss particular questions that pertain to our current condition and our hopes for the future.
We need at least 12 individuals or families to make this come to fruition. Small groups will be formed, at random, and once a month, one member of each group will host a simple dinner at their home for the other members of their small group. We’d like to begin after Easter, perhaps in April. If you are unable to host at your home…fear not! The kitchen and Hall at St. Nicholas are always available on Friday nights.
A good time is a guarantee! Please consider being part of this activity as it is important to our journey as a faith community and our future as a church.