Glenn Memorial UMC
Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Loving God, Loving Neighbor
Serving Dinner on Wednesday Night
 
Main Stage Program on Wednesday Night
 

Wednesday Nights @ Glenn

Wednesday Nights @ Glenn feature a variety of options for fellowship, learning, & fun for all ages, including Wednesday Night Supper for food & fellowship, with no dishes to wash! Wednesdays, Mid-August thru early May. See schedule below.  
 
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$8/adult; $5/child or student - payable by cash, check, credit card at the door or $1 discount for online pre-payment
  
5:30-6:30pm - Wednesday Night Supper                       
6:30pm- Programs
 
Main Stage Program
The Main Stage programs vary from Music Nights to Fellowship Nights, plus occasional guest speakers and programs. See below for schedule. In Ward Fellowship Hall.
 
Children's Choirs & Childcare
Children's Choirs for children ages Pre-K (4-yrs-old) through 5th grade. Click here for more information. Childcare with supervised free play is provided for all children not in choir (Room 310).

Emory Wesley Fellowship (College Ministry) Worship in the Little Chapel
For more information, visit our Wesley Fellowship page or contact Rev. Joseph McBrayer, 404-634-3936 x121

Youth Fellowship
6th-12th Graders gather together for either the Main Stage Program, ranging from Trivia to Get-to-Know-You-Games, or simply enjoy a “Time Out” in the Fellowship Hall for homework & hanging out. For more information check out the youth page or contact Rev. Blair Setnor, 404-634-4791 x133
 
Yoga
Offered in Room 409 from 6:30-7:30pm, in sync with the Children’s Choirs practice schedule (we will not meet on special event nights such as Musicals & holiday events.) $5 per person. All ages youth & adults welcome – men and women. Led by Emily Zanke.  
  
Wednesday Women Small Group

6:30-7:30pm in the Parlor. Join with Ginny Tincher and Sara Maughan for confidential sharing, laughter, support, & prayer.  All women welcome – single, dating, married –working, mothering, in school, or any combination! For more info, contact Ginny Tincher.

We Make the Road By Walking Book Study & Discussion Group

6:30-7:30pm in Room 401.  All ages are welcome to be a part of a small group for weekly readings, Scripture, and discussion of our faith journeys.  We’ll be following Brian McLaren’s new book, We Make the Road by Walking. Each short weekly reading is accompanied by a set of Scripture readings, providing an overview of the biblical story and a fresh introduction or re-orientation to Christian faith as we explore how our faith is constantly forming, with discussions around what it means to live joyfully and responsibly in today’s world as agents of God’s justice, creativity, and peace. For more information, contact Brian Boettcher. Books available in the church office for $15 or copies available in the Church Library. 


Date Programs Menu
Feb 25
Main Stage: Fellowship Night
Children's Choirs
 
Youth Fellowship
 
Yoga ($5)
 
Emory Wesley (college student) Worship 
 
Wednesday Women Small Group
 
Book/Bible Study
 
Mar 4
Main Stage: United Methodist Women (UMW) present: International Rescue Committee (IRC) 'New Roots' community gardening program
 
Children's Choirs
 
Youth Fellowship
 
Yoga ($5)
 
Emory Wesley (college student) Worship 
 
Wednesday Women Small Group
 
Book/Bible Study
Catered by Athen's Pizza - Spaghetti and salad
Mar 11
NO Supper or Programs -
Glenn Sale setup week
 
Emory Wesley (college student) Worship 
 
 
 NO SUPPER
Mar 18
Main Stage:  Meet the Author with Ann J. Temkin on her book, Sight In The Sandstorm: Jesus in His World and Mine.
 
Ann J. Temkin is half Jewish, half Gentile, a former Catholic nun and ordained Protestant minister. Sight in the Sandstorm
illustrates the power of an extravagantly loving God, a God on the loose in the whole world then and now. Jesus and his companions come to life within the rich context of turbulent 1st century Palestine. The political, socio-economic and religious conditions of the Jewish people living under Roman rule provide moving and meaningful insight into Jesus, his life, and his teachings. Stories from the author’s life are intertwined as the combination proclaims a message transcending time and place about human struggle against oppression and a path to liberation.  
 
Children's Choirs
 
Youth Fellowship
 
Yoga ($5)
 
Emory Wesley (college student) Worship 
 
Wednesday Women Small Group
 
Book/Bible Study
 
Mar 25 Covenant Choir - Children's Musical!  
Apr 1  NO Supper or Programs - Holy Week  NO SUPPER
Apr 8 NO Supper or Programs - Spring Break  NO SUPPER
Apr 15
Main Stage: Music Night in the Amphitheater
 
Children's Choirs
 
Youth Fellowship
 
Yoga ($5)
 
Emory Wesley (college student) Worship 
 
Wednesday Women Small Group
 
Book/Bible Study
 
Apr 22
Main Stage: Earth Week Celebration with the Environmental Committee
 
Speaker - Peter Krull, President and Founder of Krull & Co, an Asheville, NC-based investment management firm focused on socially and environmentally responsible investing
 
Topic: "Investing with Your Faith Values"
 
Children's Choirs
 
Youth Fellowship
 
Yoga ($5)
 
Emory Wesley (college student) Worship 
 
Wednesday Women Small Group
 
Book/Bible Study
 
Apr 29
Main Stage: No Idols - Music & Theology Karaoke night
 
 
 
May 6 Glenn's Got Talent! Annual Talent Show for all ages  
 
  

Located in the Glenn Memorial Church School Building -1660 N.Decatur Rd.  
Free parking is available at the Youth & Activities Building (YAAB) - 1669 N. Decatur Rd - and after 5pm in the Fishburne Deck.