Wednesday Night Dinner and Programs

 

Join us on Wednesday evenings for dinner and programming for Children, Youth, and Adults
 
*Winter/Spring programs kick-off on Wednesday, January 10th
 

Children’s W.O.W. SCHEDULE:

NURSERY (birth – 2 years):

4:00 p.m. – 1st floor, Day School/Children’s wing
 

W.O.W. preschoolers (3, 4 & 5 + Kindergartners):

4:00 – 4:30 p.m. – Cherub Choir with Beth Green in Room 211

4:30 – 5:30 p.m. – Bible time ith Cibele Almeida and Sally Stacener in Room 217
 

W.O.W. 1st through 5th grade:

3:30 – 4:00 p.m.* – Handbell Choir with Chad Martin and Wesla Fletcher in Room 212

4:00 – 4:30 p.m. – Bible time with Kay Lechner and Lindsay Jones in Creation Station

4:30 – 5:30 p.m. – Joyful Noise Choir with Beth Green in Room 211

 
4:00 p.m.Early Bird Studies 


Old Testament Study –
Pastor Joel Wood
Library

Weekly Bible study using the Disciple Fast Track  curriculum. This will be a very interactive look through the entire Bible that will also help encourage some personal devotions, as well. *Note, Joel’s class WILL NOT meet Wednesday, Nov. 15. It will resume in January.
 

Faith in the Face of EmpireFacilitated by Barbara Edwards
Room 202

Reading Mitri Raheb’s book which focuses on how we look at the various “empires” of our world through the lens of faith using the Israeli/Palestinian conflict as an example.

The Practice of Prayer –
Pastor Lisa Schrott
James Chapel

We’ll look at a reformed understanding of prayer – historically and in contemporary practice. Interspersed will be opportunities to engage in various types of prayer practices, including centering prayers and movement prayers.

 

5:30 p.m.Dinner at FPC

Reservations are needed by Monday at 5:00 p.m.
Call the church office, 843.681.3696. 

Cost:  $12/adult; $5/child (ages 2-13); $30/family (2 adults and 2 or more children)


6:30 p.m. – Winter/Spring 2018 Programs
 

January 10  – Evolution Big Band Concert in the Sanctuary

 

January 17 Dr. Edward D’Antonio and his students are doing cutting edge research in drug development is being done at USCB. Come and learn about how students and faculty are involved in making a real difference in the world of medicine right here in the Lowcountry. Program title: Chagas’ Disease Drug Discovery: Development of Inhibitors for a Drug-Target in Trypanosoma cruzi Parasites.

 

January 24 Dr. Charlie Calvert has been involved in the hospitality industry in the Lowcountry for well over 30 years as a student worker, an owner and now an educator. Learn how he and USCB have and will use Hilton Head Island as a living laboratory now and into the future for hospitality management education. Program title: Hospitality Management Education on Hilton Head: Past, Present and Future

 

January 31 Dr. Brian Canada uses game design and development as a tool for teaching and learning in the USCB Computational Science program. He will discuss the ways in which the development of video games inspired by Lowcountry art, architecture, history, and cultural heritage can stimulate and potentially transform the economy of Beaufort County. Program title: Game Theory

 

February 7  Drs. Swati Debroy and Alan Warren are deeply involved in the helping Jasper County address the critical problem of childhood obesity. They will present what they have determined are important aspects of this problem, ways to address the issues and what is being done to help. Program title: Jasper County Obesity Project
 
February 14 – Ash Wednesday – This begins our Wednesday Night Lenten Worship Service