Every Tuesday at 11 am in the church library, Rev. Amy Starr Redwine leads a discussion on one or two passages of scripture -- usually passages that she plans to preach on in the coming weeks or months. All are welcome to join a lively conversation!
Theology on Tap
On Thursdays at 5:30 at The Jolly Scholar (a restaurant in the Thwing Center across the west lawn from the church), join Rev. Melanie Marsh Baum to put theology in conversation with current events and life's big questions. Come have a beverage and a snack and join us! (Note: On the second Thursday of the month, TOT moves to the Bottlehouse Brewery on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights at 5 pm. On these days, we join with members of Fairmount and Forest Hill Presbyterian Churches.)
Women's Bible Study (monthly)
On the first Wednesday of the month from September through May, 10 am-12 pm, a group of women gather at the church to study the Bible using the Horizons annual Bible study. Horizons is the magazine published for Presbyterian Women.
Enneagram Groups (monthly)
These are small groups devoted to the study of the enneagram, an ancient tool for spiritual development that has been organized into an accessible personality profile. Group members meet in one another's home to discuss how this tool is influencing their faith formation and everyday life.
Meditation Group (weekly during Lent, monthly during the year)
Interested in learning more about the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits of meditation? Seeking support for your meditation practice. Join us at 4 pm on Saturdays (on the second Saturday outside of Lent). We will share experiences and meditate together.
Young Professionals Group (YPG)
This group meets occasionally during the year to bring together those who consider themselves ``young professionals`` (generally speaking, in their mid-twenties to mid-forties). Join us for fellowship and fun nights out!
Join a group of eight Covenant members or friends and get to know one another by sharing meals together on a regular (usually monthly) basis. Some groups meet in each other's homes, others in restaurants.