Join Pastor Lisa Harmon for Women of the Bible, a noon in-person or Zoom study the first Wednesday of every month through May. We will do an in-depth study of women of the bible and how their stories reveal much about family life, gender and relationships and how that might impact our faith journeys. Bring a sack lunch, we’ll provide cookies and tea.
in a world where hope seems in short supply, we embark on an exploration of stories of hope and courage found in scripture and The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times, by naturalist and anthropologist Jane Goodall.
The Book of Hope (Goodall) is available for purchase at Barjon’s Books.
Join a group of like-minded individuals to learn about this ancient tool and the nine personality types: the Reformer (type 1), the Helper (type 2), the Achiever (type 3), the Individualist (type 4), the Investigator (type 5), the Loyalist (type 6), the Enthusiast (type 7), the Challenger (type 8), and the Peacemaker (type 9).
*Take the RHETI test prior to the workshop to identify your basic personality type.
*Must complete Enneagram 101 to participate in the Enneagram 201 Workshop
Facilitated by Barbara Gulick, MRE, DASD, Commissioned Minister of Spiritual Direction, and Shelly Ellison, MSW, SWLC. Sponsored by Billings First Congregational Church’s Faith Formation Ministry.
Scholarships available! Contact Barbara Gulick at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A deeper dive. A four-session DVD-based workshop, “The Enneagram as a Tool for Your Spiritual Journey,” featuring Russ Hudson, Richard Rohr, and Suzanne Stabile. Spiritual Director Barbara Gulick (Type 7) and Enneagram Coach Shelly Ellison (Type 1) will facilitate two series of four Saturday sessions, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., in the Sweetgrass Room at Billings First Church. Fall series: Oct. 8, 15, 22, 29. Winter series: Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25. Prerequisite: Enneagram 101 or equivalent.
Registration: $25 for the series.
On Tuesday, September 13, at 7:45 a.m. this venerable group will meet in person in the Sweetgrass Room to begin discussing Ron Chernow’s Grant. Walt Gulick (email@example.com) facilitates this group which meets weekly, September – May, and discusses non-fiction works of importance, suggested by members, that deepen our understanding of the social, historical, political, religious, economic, and scientific forces that illuminate our place in the world. The group will meet on Zoom when weather conditions make it advisable. Newcomers are welcome!
Piglet’s Process: Process Theology for All God’s Children by Bruce G. Epperly is this year’s selection to read and discuss together on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, September--May. This group, which has been meeting since 2006 in various forms and formats, will meet at the home of Barbara Gulick, facilitator, or on Zoom when weather conditions make it advisable. New members are welcome!
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