The renewed library was prepared by Dr. Victoria Jacobson and her volunteers who followed the new vision of the ELCA — Ethnicity, Equality and Justice. This is a new dimension to the library to coordinate with the ELCA as they prepare for the task ahead to address these topics in the church. There are books for all ages.
The May Women’s Bible study will be “From Generation to Generation: A Two-Way Blessing.” Scripture is from Genesis, Exodus, Luke and John. How does one generation work with another – now and in biblical times? What values have we learned from our own mother’s and grandmother’s stories? See more information about the Circle Meetings.
The Older Kids’ program will be with “Amy and Adams–a Married Couple Duo,” performing a blend of folk rock, Tin Pan Alley, and bluegrass. The couple plays guitar, ukulele, and mandolin. Make your reservation by May 6 for Thursday, May 9.
The month of May brings a lot of changes in Milt’s life. He shares a poem and hymn important to his faith. May Worship Schedule is listed.
For Adult Forum, the social concerns committee and adult education committee will be hosting a discussion of the book Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond, on Sundays, May 5 and 12. The book tells the life stories of eight families in Milwaukee who live in poverty and strive to keep a roof over their heads, and the stories of their two landlords.