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May 6, Adoption Discovery Class will give you step-by-step guidance, encouragement and support as you learn about all types of adoptions. This information/orientation session is offered from 4-5:30 p.m. Actual five-week course is begins May 20. Materials are $12. For registration and childcare information, go towww.stlukesmethodist.org/adoption_classesor call Amy Bezecny at 713 402-5134.
May 5, Young Adult Crawfish Boil, the Luminous Sunday School class is hosting a Crewfish boil for young adults on the Blanton Field from 1-5 p.m. for more information (and to make sure we have enough food,) emailLuminous@groupspaces.com.
May 8, United Methodist Women's tour of Lanier Theological Library and The Stone Chapel, an amazing new Houston landmark in the Champions area off 1960. A church bus will leave Gethsemane Campus at 9:30 a.m. and Westheimer Campus at 9:50 a.m. for an 11a.m.tour. There is no fee for the bus or tour, but reservations are encouraged by calling (713) 402-5094 or emailing Chicky Fowler at email@example.com.
May 10, Mainstreamer's program 11 a.m. reVision Ministry: engaging gang-affected youth and their families, presented by Rev. Laralee Dehart and Charles Rotramel. Lunch at noon ($10). Parlor. Call Kathy Neely, 713-402-5139, for reservations.
May 10, The UMW Night Circle will meet 6 - 8:30 p.m. at the home of Jackie Hall Broussard in the Heights, 710 East 10th Street. The program will be a Sacred Art Class with Jackie guiding participants to explore the circle experience visually through acrylics. Call Pat Deckert at 713-334-6848 for additional information.
May 13, Young Adults will gather for lunchat Freebirds (3745 Greenbriar) following the
11 a.m. service.
May 16, Celebrating Mothers, a fellowship service at the Gethsemane Campus with dinner and music, 6-8:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary.
May 15, When the Servant Becomes the Master presented by addiction expert and author Jason Powers, M.D. Reception at
5:30 p.m. Dr. Powers' presentation at 6 p.m. and book signing at 7 p.m. in the Hines Baker Room. No charge. Call 713-402-5090 to register or to request free childcare with one week notice.
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May 17, Mainstreamers Day Trip Tour of Stanzel Model Aircraft Museum,Schulenberg. Lunch at Oakridge Smokehouse. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Call Kathy Neely, 713-402-5139 for reservations.
May 18, Young Adult Spring Retreat
Reserve your spot for a beach retreat in Galveston on Friday, May 18th thru Sunday, May 20th. Cost is $35 for the weekend which includes accommodations (two beach houses), food, and transportation. Payment is due before Friday, May 11th. For more information emailLuminous or call Adrianne McGee at 713-402-5031.
May 19, Keeping Love Alive, one-day workshop led by certified Imago therapist Roddy Young, LCSW teaches couples how to embrace conflicts by turning them into connections without blame, shame or criticism. 9 a.m.-noon, $60/couple. Register by calling 713-402-5090.
May 21, AARP Safe Driving for Seniors, Must be 50+. Class is for insurance reduction only. If an AARP member, bring your card. Parlor. Reservations required. Call Kathy Neely, 713-402-5139.
May 31-June 3, Project Blueprint - Jr. High Mission Tripto San Antonio where we'll partner with Blueprint Ministries, painting and repairing houses. Contact Brindley Ginn at 713-402-5140.
Vacation Bible School registration is underway for campers and teens. Join us forOperation Overboard, June 11-15, 9 a.m. -12 p.m. Details online.