You are invited to join our AIDS Walk 2017 team.  It starts and ends at Grand Park. If you are unable to attend the walk on the 15th, consider joining as a virtual walker to support our team; simply wear a red ribbon on the day of the walk. Join on line at la.aidswalk.net or sign up with George Pelham at church on Sunday, email actorgeorge@yahoo.com, or phone 323-900-9510, text is best.

9:30AM - Seekers Class

Every Sunday through Nov. 19th. The Seekers class will resume on Oct. 15, after Dr. Colglazier’s Sunday Forum Series concerning the historical contexts of the Gospels concludes.  For five Sundays, through Nov. 19, Jessica Harmon will lead discussions inspired by Rob Bell’s What Is the Bible?:  How an Ancient Library of Poems, Letters, and Stories Can Transform the Way You Think and Feel About Everything.  Jessica will distill his book into five focused topics and compare Bell’s analysis with other perspectives. 

10:30AM - Prelude on the Great Organs

  Old English Organ Music Part 1:

  •   Voluntary in Bb major (Jonathan Battishill)
  •   Voluntary in A minor (William Boyce)
  •   Diapason Movement in F minor (John Keeble)
  •   Flute Piece in G minor (Thomas Thorley)
  •   Largo (John Travers)
  •   Trumpet Voluntary in D major (William Goodwin)

11:00AM - Worship Service - A Conversation of Faith with Diana Butler Bass

12:15PM - Coffee Hour on the Forecourt

12:30PM - Discover First Church

If you are interested in becoming a member of First Church, join us at 12:30pm for a conversational brunch in Barnum Room. Please RSVP to Arta Razavi at arazavi@fccla.org, or stop by the Welcome Table after service.

3:00PM - Diana Butler Bass Talk

Diane Butler Bass reflects on her last book, Grounded, and her forthcoming one, Grateful in light of the contentious and chaotic politics of the last two years.  This Guibord Center event will be part of a day of reflection with Ms. Butler Bass, as she will be joining Dr. Colglazier for a Conversation of Faith during service that morning.