GENEROSITY MORNING CLASSES ... Oct. 15—Nov. 5, 9:45 am
This four-week study reflects upon ways in which we can truly live a life of generosity. In The Genius of Generosity: Lessons from a Secret Pact Between Two Friends, pastor and author Chip Ingram provides motivation and practical application from Scripture to help each of us grow towards a life of greater giving. We will use this book to lead our discussions as we explore what it means to live generously with our time, gifts, talents, and love for God. Please join us as we grow together to flourish in God’s love. “Generosity isn’t an act. It’s a way of life” – Chip Ingram.
Be a Walking Prayer ... Nov 12 and Dec 3, 10, & 17, 9:45 am
This is an experiential program created to support and enrich every person’s prayer life in new and intuitive ways. Prayer is often approached as something that we say to God. But perhaps we are not as accomplished in listening for what God is saying to us. How do we ‘get out of the way’ and listen? Come learn ways to allow God to speak to us so that prayer becomes an ongoing conversation between the Spirit and each one of us.
November 12—God Wants to Be in Relationship With You
December 3—Deep Listening
December 10—Experiencing Walking Prayer
December 17—The Practice of Prayer
Led by Steph Heilakka, AH-213
The Face of Suburban Homelessness in Our Community ... Nov 19, 9:45 am
Code Blue, an initiative to shelter and support homeless individuals in our area, has become a vibrant ministry of DPC. While many are familiar with homelessness in an urban setting, the face of the displaced in Bucks County is unique and unfamiliar. We will explore the causes of suburban homelessness, what it looks like, where people live, and how you can help as the cold weather arrives.
Led by Michael Dau, AH-213