Adult Education classes are continuing at 11:00 a.m. each Sunday both in-person in the Friendship Room and online via Zoom. This year we are learning about the wide variety of our neighbors we have locally, nationally, and globally by looking at programs that help these neighbors. We also are exploring how to grow spiritually, increasing our empathy and our understanding of the many needs our neighbors have. Please consider joining us as often as you can.
~Sarah Neusius, Chair, Adult Education Committee
Our next sessions will be:
October 31 – Crystal Funk, Founding Director of Hearts United with Haiti, will talk about Haiti and opportunities to help support people there.
November 7 – In conjunction with All Saints Day and BHCC’s Wall of Remembrance, Phil Jamison will explore community rituals to deal with grief and loss.
November 14 – Dr. Abigail Adams, IUP Anthropology, will talk about her work with the Indiana, PA Police Department exploring diversity as well as community and police safety issues.
November 21 – Pastor Brian Snyder will explore with us how poetry can help us see the world and our neighbors differently and with more empathy.
Look for more details and Zoom links in your weekly E-Blasts