Paul and Marie Monroe have graciously volunteered to prepare turkey & dressing for a family-style Thanksgiving Day dinner in the parish hall. Any students who aren’t going home, young adults without plans, and all adults without family in town are invited to join them. If you would like, you may bring a covered dish to share (salad, vegetable, bread, dessert, fancy drinks, etc.). For an accurate count, please notify Beverly Davis. However, if you don’t sign up, you are still welcome: everyone will eat their fill and we’ll have baskets of food left over. Thanksgiving dinner will begin around 11:45 a.m. and run until the turkey tryptophan kicks in.

Blues, Brews, and Good News

November 29, 7:00 p.m. (Fifth Friday!)
Turkey Leftovers and the Meaning of ‘Family’ Today’
The Healers come back with their fab new Grammy winning bass player. As always, beer choices “curated by Karli”! This time bring your Turkey Day leftovers to share. After a Christmas break, we’ll resume in January. The spring season will talk about Death, The Future of Humans in a Cyber Era, and more. Come, tap your feet, explore challenging themes, drink some beer, pray and praise. Every (usually) fourth Friday.

Family Friday

November 8, 5:00-6:45 p.m.
Families with babies and toddlers come together on the first Friday of the month (this month we will meet on the second Friday) when we share dinner, playtime and conversation! This is a fun, social time – the group is always open to new friends joining. Come join us!

When: November 8, 5:00-6:45 p.m.
Where: Parish hall
Dinner: Pizza and salad    BYOB

Blues, Brews, and Good News October 25, 7:00 p.m.

Blues, Brews, and Good News is totally happening every fourth Friday, October 25, 7:00 p.m., The Healers come back with their fab new Grammy winning bass player and get us inspired for an Open Mic Night to explore what’s on our minds. And, as always, a couple of outstanding craft beer choices “curated by Karli”!

Future topics and schedule are: November 29 (Fifth Friday!), “Turkey Leftovers and the Meaning of ‘Family’ Today.” Come, tap your feet, explore challenging themes, drink some beer, pray and praise.

“Inside” Trunk or Treat!

Our third annual Trunk or Treat experience will be on Wednesday, October 30, from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. This safe and fun activity is for the whole family. Children may be dressed in their Halloween costumes or not and go from table to table in the parish hall (many may be decorated) to go “trick or treating.” CTK members will  host this event and provide the treats. Babies in strollers and grandparents are also welcome! We will end our Trunk or Treat festivities with a blessing service at 6:45 p.m. to bless the trick or treaters. Pizza will also be provided at that time. Volunteers and/or questions.
We hope to see you there!