Spiritual Growth Opportunities
Awakenings: A Recovery Worship Experience
First Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm ET on Zoom
This is a faith community from around the nation that blends the gift of recovery found in programs such as the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and the power of the Christian faith. Anonymity is expected.
Join a group of “Sojourners” who meet on Wednesday evenings to engage in discussions focusing on topics promoting spiritual growth. Beginning September 14, Sojourners will begin another film series by The Work of the People. We will start the Fall off with the film series, America’s Unholy Ghosts: The Racist Roots of Our Faith and Politics, based on Edward Goza’s book by the same name. Martin Luther King, Jr. challenged us to investigate the "ideational roots of our hate," and that's what author Joel Edward Goza opens up for us in these films created around some of the themes in his book. The five-session series includes 8 conversation films with Joel, and a discernment and discussion guide with practices to consider, written by Danielle Fanfair.
We do not meet on the first Wednesday of the month.
Sundays at 11:30 (after worship) in-person and on Zoom.
Join us after worship—either in person or online—for Soul Food, our time for scripture discussion. This time is an opportunity to discuss the scripture used for worship and savor its meaning for each of us in our own lives. It’s also an opportunity for making friends and building community here at Williston-Immanuel.