Wellspring on February 6
Hunger in Our Community – Julie Cox, the Advocacy Manager at Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, will talk about who is hungry and what hunger looks like in Central North Carolina and ways you can get involved. (Music Room)
Genealogy – Open to all levels of those who wish to learn about genealogy and various ways to pursue it. Come, learn and exchange ideas about how to trace your ancestry! Led by Linda Hames and Margaret Neate. (Conference Room)
World Religions (Part 1 of 4) — Share the religion of your childhood; then an overview and discussion of participants’ experience with World Religions. Led by Lois Cavanagh-Daley. (Emerson Room)
Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets –Chapter 6 – Gilderoy Lockhart – Attraction, Discover and engage in the practice of reading Harry Potter as sacred text. Resources will include podcasts of Harry Potter & The Sacred Text, developed by Harvard Divinity School graduates. Led by Elle Penley and Kathleen Bardin (Teen Cave).Note: Ages 13 and above; younger by parental permission.
NEW: Games in Founders Hall — A selection of games will be available for those who don’t want to attend a program.