Join us on Sunday mornings for engaging adult programming.


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Sunday morning seminars are a great way to get to know other church members with similar interests. Seminars convene most Sundays during the school year from 10:25 a.m.–11:15 a.m. and cover topics from parenting to social justice and everything in between. You do not need to pre-register for these programs, just come prepared to listen and learn!

May Seminars

May 7“Fake News: What Are We To Think?” – Main stream media have been indicted by the current administration as “fake news.” Are there legitimate grounds for this indictment? What are the implications for the public consumer of news? Most importantly, how are responsible citizens to judge? We have assembled a lively panel of folks from the journalism community to discuss this issue and answer questions. Darrell Hartman was a reporter and editor in various capacities at the Gainesville Sun before he retired a few years ago. Anthony Clark is Copy Editor of the New York Times Editing Center, and Austin Vining was a reporter in Mississippi before becoming a PhD student in journalism at UF specializing in media law. Join us for a lively discussion of this vitally important question.

May 14 – Spring Congregational Meeting, no seminar

May 21 – Children’s Sabbath and Senior Sunday, no seminar

May 28 – Memorial Day weekend, no seminar