Wednesday Night Programs

Wonderful Wednesdays at Alps road Presbyterian church

See the Ministries Tab for Adult, Youth, and Children's activities and education for Wed. nights.  

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On Wednesday evenings, we have wonderful programs for all ages. The evening begins at 5:45 p.m. with a family dinner for the entire family.  At 6:15 p.m. the children 1st through 5th grade go to choir. At 6:30 all other children attend Kidz Club. Dinner continues for adults until 6:30 when the evening programs begin.  There are adult classes that run until 7:30 p.m. Click on this LINK to see the current offerings. The handbell choir meets during this time, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., and newcomers are always welcome. There are youth activities during this time with our youth interns leading the activities. Or a youth may bring his or her homework and find a place to study. Chancel choir meets from 7:30 until 8:45 p.m. Come join us for wonderful food, enjoyable activities, and Christian fellowship. Cost for the meal is $5 for adults and $2 for children (through 12 years old). College students eat free. 

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNER AND CLASSES

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS - 5:45pm Dinner for all ages, $5 adults, $3 children; $15 family max

March 13 (St. Patrick’s Day Meal):  Mustard Glazed Corned Beef, Dilled Cabbage Wedges, Buttery Herb New Potatoes, Honey Lime Carrots, Vanilla Ice Cream with Creme de Menthe Syrup, and Pizza (Kid’s Table).

5:45pm  Dinner for all

6:30pm  Adult Courses (2)

6:30pm  Youth Bible Study

6:30pm  Cherub Choir (ages 3 - K)*

6:45pm  Elementary Choir (1st - 5th)*

6:30pm  *Kidz Club - choirs are part of Kidz Club; children move between Club and Choir as a group)

7:30pm      Chancel Choir

 

NEW CLASSES begin Wednesday, March 13:

The Babylonian Captivity of the Church, Dr. Bob Bohler, Room 200 - What is a sacrament? What makes one thing a sacrament and not another? Why do we only have two sacraments? Why isn't marriage a sacrament, or ordination, or confirmation? These are questions the church has asked through the centuries. Martin Luther gave better answers to these questions than anyone before him. His answers are articulated in his short but compelling work, The Babylonian Captivity of the Church. Join in an interesting and enjoyable look at the sacraments of the church, through the eyes of Martin Luther. You will have the opportunity to read Luther's short but interesting work but this is not necessary for attendance in the class. 

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World:  Christians in the Age of Outrage, Dr. Ron Bowie & Jim James, Room 100 - We live in a contentious time.  It seems everyone is angry or just waiting for the opportunity to last out at those who disagree with someone else’s opinions, politics, faith or anything else.  Sides are drawn and philosophical trenches are dug, especially in the nether world of electronic communication.  But how do we get beyond this and talk and reason with one another faithfully and peacefully?  In Christians in the Age of Outrage author Ed Stetzer points to a path of harmony and peaceful resolution in our means and methods of communication.  Come join this sever week lecture-discussion class and work through Stetzer’s book with us.