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Current FCC Happenings

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SPECIAL LENTEN OFFERING: Repentance and Repair
Sundays February 25 - March 10 Following Worship in the Family Room
Based on Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair
by Duke L. Kwon and Gregory Thompson ©2021


You might be asking “Why are we bringing up ‘reparations’ in church?” or  “Why do we still need to talk about race?”  This award-winning book, written by two pastors, addresses these questions through a compelling exploration of American Christian history and scripture that calls us to explore the work of repentance and repair. We hope our discussions help us move past politically charged words to embrace more deeply our calling as agents of repair and restoration wherever harm has been suffered or wrongs have been done. Reading guides are available, whether you have a little or a lot of time to read, so that you can join us for discussions.

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In the 1600's, Bavarian Monks were not allowed to consume solid foods during Lent, and, needing something other than water to sustain them, they turned to a common staple of the time of their region – really strong beer! We certainly don't recommend you try that practice during Lent, but Andrew Van Til, Master Cicerone ® with Duvel USA, will guide us in a fun evening tasting 6 of his chosen brewed selections. Hard seltzer will be available for those who wish to attend with their beer-lovers and aren't fans themselves. Stick around after to ask questions and enjoy one another's company. This event is FREE, but registration is required. Must be 21 and over. Please drive responsibly; arranging rides or an Uber is suggested. Free-will donations will be accepted with a grateful heart.

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Saturday, March 2, from 9 am - 2 pm at the Community House

The FCC Diaconate Board and our Pastoral Care Associate, Rev. Dr. Dawnn M. Pirani Brumfield, invite you to a half-day retreat of learning, connection, and empowerment as we navigate the challenges and joys of planning, caregiving, and aging together. Our morning begins with a continental breakfast. Hot lunch will also be provided for all attendees. Our esteemed keynote speaker, Cheryl Woodson, M.D., a renowned geriatrician, health science educator, and award-winning author of The Doctor Is In: Answering Your Questions about How to Survive Caregiving, and To Survive Caregiving, will enlighten us with her insights. Be prepared for an empowering day filled with resources, performances, presentations, and even exciting prizes! A suggested donation of $10 is appreciated. To secure your spot, pre-registration is required by clicking the link below or by contacting Kathi Leahy at 708-798-2800. For any inquiries, reach out to Pastor Dawnn at the same number or email dbrumfield@fccfaithful.org.

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We have six "Home Hangouts" events planned in our Spring Home Hangout Series. Events are open to adult members and visitors to Flossmoor Community Church, and two are open for children as well! All homes are located within Homewood - Flossmoor.  You will receive an email early in the week before your event to give you location, hosts names, and other information!

 

Sunday, March 3 from 5-8 pm: Two Truths & a Lie Potluck (limit 18)

(home with cat) Children welcome!

Bring a favorite dish to share and join in the fun of games and conversation!

 

Saturday, March 9 from 6 - 8 pm: Appetizer Potluck (limit 8)

(home with dog)

Bring an appetizer to share with the group!

Sunday, March 10 from 12 - 3 pm:  Learn & Play Texas Hold 'Em (limit 12 + kids)

(home with dog & cat) Children welcome!

The hosts are excited to teach folks to play Texas Hold 'Em and
invite you to bring your favorite beverage for a lively afternoon!

Sunday, March 10 from 4-7 pm: Bourbon, Bubbly & Banter (limit 18)

(home with dog)

The hosts will provide all beverages and snacks and look forward

to opening their home for a relaxed time of fellowship!

Friday, March 15 from 6 - 8 pm: St. Patty's Potluck (limit 10)

(home with dog)

Wear something green and bring your favorite side dish to share ... corned beef will be provided!

Sunday, March 17 from 2 - 4 pm: Afternoon Tea Party (limit 8)

 (home with cats)

A lovely afternoon gathering to enjoy tea and treats!  The hosts encourage you to bring cookies or scones. and they will provide tea, jam & clotted cream, and tea sandwiches.

Sign up through our Eventbrite Portal link below! If you have questions or need more information, please contact Betsy Hanzelin at bhanzelin@fccfaithful.org or 708-798-2800, ext. 18.

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Saturday, March 16, 9 am-4:30 pm
Facilitated by: Crossroads - Chicago Regional Organizing for Anti-Racism (CROAR)


Delving into racism is not an easy topic, and yet our willingness to talk and learn together is already making space for people to bring more of themselves to church. Take the next step by joining this one-day workshop with our experienced facilitators, Nora Gaines and Ryan Lents, who do an incredible job creating inclusive, insightful interactions that deepen relationships. They will help us explore how racism operates on various levels and grow a vision for how we become more like the community God dreams.
Sign up is required! Lunch is included. This event is sponsored by the FCC Anti-Racism Committee and paid for by our Foundation.

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