Second Hour @ PCCH: Adult Education and Fellowship


Please join us for Second Hour, stimulating discussions on faith and life covering a broad range of topics. All are welcome! We begin at 11:30 a.m. following coffee hour.

· November 21: See you at the Stewardship Pancake Brunch

· November 28: Happy Thanksgiving

· December 5: “Four Hundred Souls,” Part three. We have had meaningful conversations about this important work. You can join us anytime.

· December 12: Caring for God’s Creation, Part two, Ecological Principles. Led by Greg Dickinson

· December 19: Christmas Carol Sing

· December 26: Merry Christmas

The Adult Education Committee is commending “Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019” as a book to read for the upcoming program year. Edited by Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain, this work is an anthology, written by eighty authors from different fields—novelists, historians, sociologists, political scientists, activists, lawyers, and ten poets; each takes a 5 year period for their brief chapter. The chapters are divided into ten, 40-year sections, and each section is capped by a poem.

We will explore this book in our monthly Second Hour sessions beginning in October and then in other ways across the year. Get it now and start reading—we look forward to a meaningful encounter with this significant work.