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FELLOWSHIP GROUPS

 Fellowship Groups are a great way to get to know folks at church better! Whether we’re enjoying a potluck dinner, getting fit, reading great books together, or simply making friends, they are a wonderful part of our church life at PCLG!

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Bookends Book Club

We enjoy reading and discussing the latest bestsellers as well as timeless classics. For church members and non-members. Look for Bookends flyers in the sanctuary narthex. New folks are always welcome. We meet at various times in homes or at the church.

Contact Sue Hansen (408) 356-2285

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Theology on Tap

Join Pastor Dave and others for a theological discussion over a cold beer. Usually meets first Tuesday of the month 7-9 p.m. contact the church office at 408-356-6156 for more info. 

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Sign Language Group

This group gathers to learn American Sign Language as an additional faith language, translating worship songs, familiar prayers and other faith confessions.

No experience is necessary. To find out when the group is meeting please contact Youngla Kwon.

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CoveKnit

We get together to knit, crochet, or do other needlework arts. Many work on their own projects; others work on articles for Sophia’s Layette and the Prayer Shawl Ministry. If you wish to learn to knit, this is the group for you! All are welcome.

We meet Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m. in Room 8. Contact Sue Hansen (408) 356-2285

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Happy Paint

We help with painting and fix-it projects around the church campus. We meet Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. at the church. Contact John Wills

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Tables of Eight

Did you know that PCLG has a program that makes it easy and fun to get to know other members of our church “family”? At Tables of Eight we form groups of eight to ten adults, singles and couples, who agree to share a meal together four times over a six month period. Any adult member of the congregation can join (ages 18 to 108). It’s a great way to meet new people of all ages without committing all of your precious free time.

Each group decides when they will meet and what kind of meal they will have—pot lucks, picnics, pizza at a pizza parlor or whatever. The idea is to meet, eat, laugh, have fun and get to know one another. By meeting four times, we get beyond the “getting-to-know-you” conversations like… Where do you live?… How many children?… What do you do?… etc. We really get to communicate with each other at a personal level.

This is not a family event, although we would like to encourage parents of all ages to attend. This is a chance to interact with other adults. If you’ve participated before, an attempt will be made to group you with people that have not been in your group before. If you participate for a few sessions, you will be surprised how many people you really know when you attend Fellowship in the Social Hall on Sundays! Contact Mary Jane Humphrey at (408) 963-6005 or maryjhumphrey@comcast.net if you’re interested in signing up.

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