October 26, 7 pm in the Celtic Cross Room
On Friday, October 26 at 7 pm we will present “Gaslight” (1944), directed by George Cukor. In this dark and moody psychological thriller, set in Victorian England, a newlywed husband (Charles Boyer) manipulates his young wife (Ingrid Bergman) to the point where she thinks she is going insane. The film was nominated for 7 Oscars, including best picture, best actor and actress, and best supporting actress, and won two (Ingrid Bergman for best actress and best production design). Please join us in the Celtic Cross Room where, as usual, fresh popcorn will be served.
As usual, fresh popcorn will be served!
Held the 3rd Sunday of each month, 12:00-1:30 pm
(11 am in June, July, and August)
Next meal is October 21, 2018
True to its name, it is meant to be a time to build community - both within our own congregation and outside of our walls, and is a chance for those in need of a warm meal or companionship to join us. No RSVP is necessary - you may just join us after church! If you are interested in volunteering or cooking a main or side dish, please click here http://bit.ly/DPCMeal1018.This is held on the ground floor of Andrews Hall, a short walk from our sanctuary building, located on the corner of Mechanics and Church Street. Use the building's entrance on Church Street and look for the signs on the sidewalk!
Join our Church family
Classes begin Sunday, October 21 at 10:45 am with a luncheon at 12:15 in the Celtic Cross Room. Group to join November 19.
We look forward to you becoming a part of our church family!
How to talk to your children about Sexual Abuse
Join us on Sunday, October 21, 9:45-10:45 am, Room 213 (Sunday School is extended to 10:45) as we discuss this delicate subject, presented by Rise and Shine.
At Rise and Shine Movement, we know no one wants to think about sexual abuse prevention, let alone talk to their kids about it. You should feel confident you’ve done everything you can to protect those who matter to you most because talking about sexual abuse is easier than you think.
Start the conversation with your child today!