Welcome Wednesday is a weekly ministry including dinner, children’s choirs, programs for all ages, as well as special worship services and events. Visitors are always welcome! Pre-registration for classes helps us plan well for all classes and for meals. Reservations need to be made by noon on Tuesdays. Reservations made late or those without reservations will need to pay $1 extra. Standing reservations may be made here, or per event by visiting our Calendar of Events.
Welcome Wednesday: Spring 2016
If Jesus is the Question, What is the Answer?
March 8–April 5 | Parlor | 6:30pm–7:30pm
During the holy season of Lent, join author and group leader Jim Genova for a meaningful study of his book If Jesus is the Answer, What is the Question? This class will meet Wednesdays, March 8–April 5, from 6:30pm–7:30pm in the Parlor. There is a registration fee of $10 for this class, which covers the cost of the book. Contact Anne Dooley for scholarship availability.
The Enneagram Part II: A Spiritual Path During Lent
March 8–April 5 | Disciple Room | 6:30pm–7:30pm
We will stay on this sacred path for uncovering our true essence, which leads to a deeper connection with self, others and the divine. The class will go deeper as we more fully explore the nine types through both teaching and group sharing. Led by Marilyn Wolf, the class will meet on Wednesdays, March 8–April 5, from 6:30pm–7:30pm in the Disciple Room. Prior knowledge of the Enneagram—either through reading the book or having participated in Part 1—is important. Class is limited to 25 people.
Youth Building | 6:20pm
This beginner/intermediate class will be taught with a great variety of props: blocks, straps, spiky balls, foam rollers, and chairs. Registration is required in advance. All students will need a yoga mat and a blanket. For more information, contact Mona Flynn (email@example.com).
Knitting with Barrie Birkner
Gathering Space | 6:20pm
All levels and ages are welcome to join me for conversation. We will be doing knitting technics, crochet technics, and more new stuff as the year progresses. Come join us and learn how wonder it is to be able to make someone you love a gift.
Joyful Noise Choir (fours–kindergarten) will meet 5:55pm–6:20pm.
Wesley Choir (first–third grade) will meet 6:30pm–7pm.
GLOW Kids (Go Love Others in the World) is a mission-oriented programs for children ages three years to second grade. Two groups, divided by age, meet each week to learn about local and worldwide missions that affect young children.
Cost is $10 for the year.
Mission Possible Kids
Join us as we inspire community service and outreach while having fun and fellowship with friends ages fourth through sixth grade. Cost is $10 to participate for the year. For more information, please contact Jennifer Steele, (336-907-7537).
Everyone who plans to join us for dinner must make a reservation. These can be made weekly by contacting us by noon on Tuesday. If your plans change, please call the church to cancel your reservation. If you do not make a reservation, you will be charged an additional $1 for each plate and be asked to wait to eat until 6pm.
Make a Reservation by Phone
(336) 299-1571, ext 333
Make a Reservation by Email
- Regular meal or healthy option per adult, 16 and over: $6
- Regular meal for youth or special kids' buffet for ages 10—15 years old: $4
- Special kids buffet or small meal for ages 4-9 years old: $3
- Children 3 years and under eat free
- $20 Family Maximum
A salad bar will usually accompany each regular meal. Chef Mark will offer a Healthy Choice salad option; to receive this special selection, please indicate so when making reservations.
Snow/Inclement Weather Policy
Welcome Wednesday will not necessarily follow the Guilford County School closing policy. In case of inclement weather, please call the church at (336) 299-1571, ext. 306 for information regarding cancellations, or tune in to your local television news station.
Volunteers Needed! Can You Help?
We are always looking for volunteers to help with children’s classes and to teach a class for youth or adults. Suggestions for classes and leaders are appreciated. To volunteer for the kitchen, decorations, or classes contact Alan Wilson, Anne Dooley, or Mark Ledford.