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Winter Festival

Beat the winter doldrums and come to the first annual DUMC Winter Festival on Sunday, January 25, from 4 to 6 p.m. It will be fun for all ages: youth, children and adults. We will have board games, life-size games, a snowball fight, arts & crafts, bolo toss game, a hunt for hidden penguins and food! Bring a friend.

Embracing an Adult Faith

Beginning January 13, Mary Kay Totty will lead a 5-week study entitled “Embracing an Adult Faith: Marcus Borg on What It Means to Be Christian.”

Godly Play Class

A Place to Make Friends

Going to church to commune with God is all well and good, but communing with Ava is where it's at...

Talking Service Program for Veterans

Dumbarton is serving as a site for the "Talking Service" program, an 8-week program sponsored by the Great Books Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, for veterans, their families, and caregivers.
 
The program involves reading and discussing literature in an anthology with pieces from Homer to the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars as a way of enabling veterans to have a safe place to discuss their own experiences.
 
It will also serve as a way of developing critical thinking skills for those returning vets who are contemplating additional education.  The 8-week session culminates in a creative piece by each participant.
 
Melinda Murray is one of the facilitators and hopes to start the program at the end of January.  You may contact her at mgmurray07@gmail.com 

Voices of Palestinians and Israelis

Just back from separate trips to Palestine and Israel, Dumbarton's Doris Warrell and Ginny Lapham lost no time in sharing their perspectives with Adult Ed. on Dec. 16.

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