CHUM CHEW n' CHAT

Come join us for one of our Wednesday night classes. We have lots of different offerings for you. 

First session classes begin January 15 and end February 20, 2020. 

There are a couple of classes with different dates and times. Most classes run from 6-7 p.m.

Light supper served from 5:30-6:00 p.m. Cost is $5 per person or $15 per family.

Nursery care will be available from 6-7 p.m. each Wednesday night in the nursery for children up to 4 years old.

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  • CHUM's Kids Connections

    Kids, Kindergarten through 8th grade are invited to come join us from

    6:00-7:00 p.m. Symbols of Faith: During our spring session the children will focus on learning the symbols of our Christian faith. The children will engage in weekly activities and crafts as they explore symbols and their meanings. Middle school youth are invited to join in helping with the children on Wednesday nights. Room #B10

  • Art & Soul singers

    Meet from 5:30-7:30 p.m. each Wednesday in room #200. The Art & Soul

    Singers are part of the worship team for the 10:15 a.m. service. Contact Rob Simon at robsimonxi@aol.com or 316.648.5645. Room #200

  • jubilation ringers

    Meet from 6:00-7:00 p.m. each Wednesday in the basement room #B14.

    Jubilation Ringers is the Handbell Choir. They play monthly at the 9:00 a.m. worship celebration. Contact David Bartley at dbartleyks@gmail.com Room # B14

  • choir

    Our chancel choir meets from 7:00-8:00 p.m. each Wednesday night in the sanctuary choir loft. The chancel choir sings every Sunday at the 9:00 a.m. worship celebration. Contact Matthew Nutter menutter@gmail.com for more information or just come join us on Wednesday nights. Sanctuary

  • lay Academy

    Gnosticism 6:00-7:30 p.m.  This class runs both sessions, 12 Weeks.

    Gnostic Christianity (2nd and 3rd centuries A.D.) taught that gnosis--direct knowledge of God--is related to deep knowledge of oneself.  Join us as we explore the Gospel of Thomas and other gnostic faith sources.  DVD lecturer is Prof. David Brakke

    (Ohio State U.)  Registration for this class is appreciated and can be done online at www.collegehillumc.org or in the office.

    Facilitator is Rev. Dr. Keith Williamson, Room #B4.

  • young adults outside the lines

    Parenting Class and Discussion. Meets from 6:00-7:00 pm

    Outside The Lines 6:00-7:00 pm  Ages: 18-25

    First Session, January 15—February 19

    Whether the issue of the day on Twitter, Facebook, or cable news is our sexuality, political divides, or the perceived conflict between faith and science, today's media pushes each one of us into a frustrating clash between two opposing sides. Polarizing, us-against-them discussions divide us and distract us from thinking clearly and communicating lovingly with others. Come join other young adults @ CHUM in conversation and relationship building. Registration for this class is appreciated and can be done online at www.collegehillumc.org or in the office. 

    Facilitators are Brian Sutton and Rev. Kalaba Chali, Room #210

     

  • the business of prisons

    A Book Study. 6:00-7:00 p.m.

    First Session, January 15—February 19

    Have you ever wondered how and why prisons have become money making enterprises? Are you in disagreement with prison policy that profits from incarceration, but not quite sure how our society embraced private prisons as a solution? Kansas is beginning to participate in housing prisons privately, and this decision is becoming a bigger conversation in our community. In this class we will read and discuss "Punishment for Sale: Private Prisons, Big Business, and the Incarceration Binge" by Donna Selman and Paul Leighton. You will gain insight on the historical and current development of private prison industry. You must purchase the book for this class. Registration for this class is appreciated and can be done online at www.collegehillumc.org or in the office. Facilitator Kelli Grant, Room #201

     

  • rock, shepherd, friend and mother

    Enriching our Images of God.

    First Session, January 22—February 19, 6:00-7:00 p.m. (Only 5 weeks)

    What is your most common name or image for God?  What names or images for God have failed you and proven to be in adequate in your faith journey?  This class will explore our own images of God, reveal the richness of language for God in scripture and creeds, and challenge each of us to expand and enrich who we understand God to be. Registration for this class is appreciated and can be done online at www.collegehillumc.org or in the office.

    Facilitator is Rev. Jill Sander-Chali, Room #105

  • 2020: Your best year yet!

    6:00-7:00 p.m.

    First Session, January 15—February 19

    Do you have New Year’s resolutions?  Or changes you want to make in your life?  This class provides an opportunity to learn from 6 local experts in the areas of brain science, habit change and wellness so you can make real, lasting changes in your life.  Make 2020 your best year yet! Registration for this class is appreciated and can be done online at www.collegehillumc.org or in the office. 

    Facilitator: Sarah Yost, Master Certified Life Coach www.sarahyost.com 

    Room #303

  • tai chi

    Tai Chi meets on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 6:00-7:00 p.m.

    This session we will be doing Yang 14, a short Yang Style Tai Chi routine of just 14 movements. We have done this one before and the general consensus is all would like to revisit it. We will also be revisiting Qigong Shibashi 1. 

    Facilitator is Al Fleming. Fellowship Hall.