We've found that discovering and growing in Jesus is best done in community. We offer a variety of groups to help you connect with others and grow in your faith.
Led and hosted by Melissa Bennett
Summertime meeting times will be July 14th and August 4th at 2:30 pm.
The social justice group has decided to read a book together this summer and will come together to discuss. All are welcome to join us! The book is called "The Color of Compromise" by Jemar Tisby. It is a book about the history of racism in the American church.
ABOUT THE SOCIAL JUSTICE GROUP:
As the foundry414 Social Justice Group, we seek to know God and make God's love known to our neighbors by engaging in justice related discussions and initiatives in hopes that all people will have freedom from oppression.
Our discussion-based group meets once a month (often over some food) to talk about what's happening in our community and the systemic issues at play. We encourage each other to think about how we can use our gifts and talents to affect positive change. Kids are welcome! If you are interested in joining the group or just want more info, email us at email@example.com.
Led by Neil Salyapongse
This group meets at a local pub each month to talk about literature, theology or musical pieces. The date and location change each month. If you are interested in attending, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, so that we can add you to the email list of upcoming meeting times and dates.
Ever find yourself in a moment where you unexpectedly have a free night and don't want to sit home alone? Join our impromptu hangout group ! We have a group setup in the GroupMe app (available for both IOS an Android users) for such occasions. It's a no pressure group, which will allow connection and community. If you are wanting to see if anyone is available to grab a last minute beer or coffee, just send a message out to the group to see if anyone is available. To join the group, scan the QR code, or send an email to email@example.com to receive a text invite!
Please join us for a a book discussion every other month from 7:00 - 8:30. . We meet near Monroe street at the home of Tim & AJ Johnson. Margaret Szczykuwoticz and AJ Johnson are co-leading this casual book discussion. Our co-ed book club is inclusive and non-discriminatory. There is no need to read the book to join, and often times the chosen book to discuss has also been made into a movie! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on what our book club is currently reading!