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HPUMC Moms Group Studies Ephesians

  • Monday, February 26
  • 9:30am – 11:00am
  • Room 120
Gather weekly with a community of moms committed to the deep study of Scripture, with practical implications for our daily grind. Together, we'll connect authentically with God and each other. Our hope is that your cup will be filled as you continue pouring out into the kids God has entrusted you to lead.

AA: Sober Mustangs, SMU

  • Monday, February 26
  • 6:00pm – 7:00pm
  • Room 252
This young adult group is an open weekly meeting for those seeking information, sobriety, and recovery from addiction.

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones Support Group

  • Monday, February 26
  • 6:30pm – 8:00pm
  • Room 244/245/Zoom
This support group meets in person every Monday evening at 6:30 pm in room 244/245. You can also attend the meeting via Zoom. Please email Wayne Reynolds at wrr708@gmail.com or phone him at 972-768-7104 for details. More info can be found at www.palgroup.org.

What Are You Thinking? Basic Christian Theology

  • Monday, February 26
  • 6:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Room 218
In this 4 week class, we will journey through the major sources and methods that Christians have used to think theologically. The class title is meant both to catch your attention and to empower you to take ownership of your own theological reflection.

Encounter - A Young Adult Bible Study

  • Monday, February 26
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wesley Hall Family Area
Sometimes reading the Bible can be intimidating. Join us to learn about how we can zoom into the details and subtext beneath a passage and how to zoom out and place things within the grand arch of the Biblical storyline.

AA: Upper Room

  • Monday, February 26
  • 7:30pm – 8:30pm
  • Room 252
This is a closed Alcoholics Anonymous meeting open to adults who have a desire to stop drinking.

Women’s Bible Fellowship: “Abide”

  • Tuesday, February 27
  • 7:00am – 8:00am
  • Storm Lounge, Room 210
How can we hold onto assurance of our faith? How can we discern the truth from a lie? How can we know God loves us? In three short letters, the apostle John reminds an early church facing division, deception, and doubt to hold fast to what they know and to let this knowledge guide their lives. In this study, author Jen Wilkin helps you see how these letters call to Christians in similar challenges, reminding them to abide in the truth.

“Simplicity: The Freedom of Letting Go”

  • Tuesday, February 27
  • 10:00am – 11:15am
  • Online only via Zoom
In the spirit of "Just This,” Richard Rohr focuses on the freedom that comes from letting go to enjoy the 'less is more' lifestyle that St. Francis articulated so beautifully. Rohr introduces us to the vision of the Franciscan way of living, where joy, not dry theology, helps us build relationships and find peace in ourselves.

Lay Readers at St. Mattress

  • Tuesday, February 27
  • 11:45am – 1:15pm
  • Room 244/245
  • $85
Home is where children learn the lessons of unconditional love and acceptance, forgiveness and reconciliation, hospitality and compassion. Join us as we consider how kids learn these most important spiritual lessons…you guessed it…at home!

Remember: God's Covenants and the Cross

  • Tuesday, February 27
  • 12:00pm – 1:30pm
  • Room 120
It has eternally been God's nature to create... and to save. Out of God's love for creation, God is always seeking to redeem and make new. An integral part of God's acts in creating and saving involves covenants—covenants that tell us that God loves us and remembers us, and that call us to remember the God who remembers us.