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Sundays AH-213

Running on Empty? April 15 and 22

In Matthew 11: 28 Jesus makes this invitation: “Come to me all who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” What are the signs of burnout, and how can we find refreshment as we care for our souls? This class will look at how we can respond when our lives are depleted, and running on empty.

 Led by Keith Roberts, AH-213

Where is "Away"? April 29-May 20

Peace and Justice sponsors a four-week series: Where is "Away"? A Theological Discussion of Waste and its Environmental Impacts. We will discuss how our 21st century disposable manner of living and our "out of sight, out of mind" approach to trash and recycling impacts the Earth and those around us.

April 29: What Does "Away" Look Like? Waste as a Window. Waste, like technology, is falsely assumed to be value neutral, and we are encouraged to forget about waste the moment it enters a trash receptacle. Recycling is viewed as the solution, but the commodification of recycling has encouraged increases in production while giving the impression of a closed loop. In this class we will discuss what ‘away’ looks like and how our view of trash impacts our understanding of the natural world.

May 6: Waste and Race. How minorities and the poor are disproportionately impacted through waste 

May 13: Waste and Consumption. What it means to view something as disposable and how we can become more faithful stewards 

May 20: Waste and Place. The impact of suburbia on waste and how to intentionally design places to reduce waste

Led by Greg Jensen, AH-213


Sundays in AH-211







iLIGHT is an ongoing class for individuals and couples navigating career and family. The class offers diverse topics and formats for a diverse group within our family of faith. Whether you're married or single, the parent of a toddler or a teenager, or not a parent at all—you are welcome! We are all Learning In God's House Together!

April 8-22: Parenting Pearls of Wisdom 

Join this intergenerational conversation—offering parents the opportunity to ask questions of other parents who have made it to the “other side”.

        April 8  Anne & Bob Murry and Julie Toner & Bob Maxwell

        April 15 Marty & Van Starner and Nancy Roe

        April 22 Anne & Bill Bishop and Jeanne & Dave Wolff

Read more: iLIGHT

Good News and the Other News

Meets Every Sunday, AH-207 

Current events are discussed while reflecting upon the story from the perspective of faith.

Led by Christo Claassans, Jenny Danzis, and Jay Stough.


Meets Every Sunday, AH-120  

This class is a forum for men of DPC to gather for a time of study and fellowship where we can comfortably address the myriad of personal problems that men face and seldom openly discuss. Each session is presented by a Christian professional or Bible scholar. Exceptional speakers confronting real life issues.

Coordinated by Lou Zoppel.

The Word Among Us

Meets Every Sunday, AH-209 

An in-depth Bible study that welcomes all to explore Scripture.

We are studying 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, and Ephesians. These four letters from Paul deal with problems of divisions and debates within the church, problems with immoral behavior among some of the early Christians, and some theological questions arising from false teachers. Paul not only deals with these difficult issues, but he also gives powerful guidance on Christian living that is just as useful today as it was when it was written. New members are always welcome!  Whether you are new or experienced in Bible study, we invite to join us and grow with us. 

Led by Dick Cornelius and Margaret Thoresen in AH-209

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