On Sunday afternoon, Pastor Stephen helped out the AV crew by leading a short class with the goal of finding out whether or not it would be possible to live stream a Sunday morning Issues Class from Room 7. The answer is YES!
From 9:00-9:45 am on Sunday mornings, you can attend in-person or virtually from your home.
- To attend in person, sign up in advance and join the class in room 7 with a maximum of 25 people.
- The live stream will begin at 8:55 am, and you can watch on derrypres.org or on our Facebook page or YouTube channel.
- Live stream participants can email questions and comments to email@example.com and questions will be addressed as time allows.
- If you can’t attend on Sunday morning, the live streamed class will be available for viewing later on Facebook and YouTube.
Upcoming Sunday Morning Classes You can Attend in Person or Live Stream:
Oct 11: What happens when we take communion? Have you ever wondered why or even if communion is special? How is God present in this meal and why is it different from other meals? Pastor Stephen will explore what different faith traditions believe about communion and what Presbyterians believe.
Oct 18: Brené Brown’s game-changing New York Times bestseller, The Gifts of Imperfection, has sold more than 2 million copies in more than 30 different languages and is celebrating its 10th Anniversary in print.Forbes magazine named Gifts one of the “Five Books That Will Actually Change Your Outlook On Life.”Join Derry member Jess Delo for a motivational and inspiring class on wholehearted living. Explore the psychology of releasing our definitions of an “imperfect” life and embracing living authentically. Brown’s “ten guideposts” will be reviewed, and helpful guides/worksheets will be supplied to the class. For more information, contact Jess.
Oct 25: Adam Nagle, executive director of The Factory Ministries, shares his journey and the call God places on our lives in this class on “Helping the Vulnerable.” You’ll interact with mental health, trauma, helping without enabling, collaboration vs. cooperation, collective impact (unity)… all while considering how the church can step into complex issues and bring hope and healing.