The newest Journey series, Living Gratefully, will begin on Sunday, September 27. Small groups will begin on the week of September 28. Living Gratefully is a small group curriculum inspired by Swedenborg’s book Divine Providence. The program explores the concept of providence (the loving, gentle guidance of God) and the way that it operates in our lives. […]
Pay It Forward Crew is part of Bryn Athyn Church’s effort to connect people in times of need with people who want to help out and offer support. We are community volunteers – a network of men and women, young and old, ready to help in practical ways for people in times of need or […]
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Seven videos are available on both Vimeo and YouTube at www.sunroomgroups.org/videos.html. Leading a group can be as easy as gathering a few friends, watching the video together and discussing it. The videos can be used to facilitate a group meeting, or to enhance your reading of the Living Gratefully material.
Beginning in October, the group will be meeting at a different place, on a different day and time. Instead of the first Monday of each month at 7 pm, we will meet the first Friday of the month at 2:30 pm. No more driving after dark and for some people, no driving at all. The […]
August 20 and 22, 2015, Society Kitchen Please join us for a delightful time to cook together. Our goal is to create nourishment for the body and heart of people going through challenges or in need of a bit of care in the form of food. Cooking together is possibly as fun as receiving the […]
The answer to the above question given through the prophet Micah is “[T]o do justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.” (Micah 6:8) Is this a heavy burden? Sometimes it certainly seems to be one. When we are strongly inclined to do something that is unjust, lacking in mercy, or arrogant […]