Twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Thursday mornings at 7:30 am a group of men from the church gather in the McKinnon room for a time of fellowship and learning. We start off with a light breakfast and then move into the lesson for the day. The lessons are prepared on a rotating basis amongst the group and the topics are very diverse. Here is a sample of some past topics: “Does God Take Sides?”, “Football, The Moral Hazard”, “Abe Lincoln – Infidel or Believer?”, “Who Stole the American Dream?”, “Why Don’t the Rich Give to Charity?”. The discussion is lively, thought-provoking, and humorous. Our pastors are part of the group and they join right in, often to referee and keep us on track. Come join us and bring a friend as we attempt to connect our faith and life.
Access this page at any time for a current schedule of meetings, lessons and announcements. Each lesson will be attached to this page for your convenience to read and print a copy.
Next Meeting Date: Thursday, September 14 at 7:30 a.m.
Breakfast will be served
Lesson: John Smartt, Jr. will make a presentation entitled “Chalk Talk — Investing in Retirement”.
Coming up on September 28, Knoxville City Councilor Finbarr Saunders will discuss city government in Knoxville. On October 12, Larry Ridley will talk about “From Charity to Advocacy”.
We welcome any thoughts, suggestions, or ideas you may have about the group. Many thanks to all who are volunteering to present a lesson or provide breakfast for the group. As always, remember, no reservation is necessary.
If you have questions, contact Larry Ridley at firstname.lastname@example.org