Calendar of Events
Welcome to Summer 2022! From art and music performance to outdoor excursions and stimulating conversation, there’s something for everyone at World Fellowship.
Special shout-out for Recreation with Howie every day. Join him on hikes and bikes or for swimming and kayaking. You won’t find anyone who knows the area better!
- Children’s Fellowship: Morning + Afternoon Edition
Monday-Saturday | 9:30 am – 12 pm + 1:30 pm – 4 pm
An invitation for kids ages 3-12 to learn, play, and grow together! Activities include sports, games, nature and garden explorations, crafts, and more.
- Art on the Porch
Daily | 4 pm
A daily gathering for you to be creative and express yourself with art. Activities vary and include special projects, learning a new skill from talented instructors, or simply using coloring books and crayons.
- Agg Ed!
Wednesdays | 10 am
Alongside neighbor & community member Lia Geller, visit local farms to learn agricultural specialties ranging from mushrooms to goat-milk ice cream.
- Game Night!
Mondays | 7:30 pm
*Will not occur July 4
- Friday Fun Night!
Fridays | 7:30 pm
Sing a song, showcase your superstar skills, try a new talent, or entertain with a reading. Whatever it is: bring your joy and share it! *Will not occur July 1
Summer 2022: Learn. Play. Rejuvenate. Heal.
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Showing up for Racial Justice
9 August @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Showing up for Racial Justice (SURJ) has its roots in the call from the Black liberation movement in the mid 1960’s. Mae will describe SURJ’s work and provide ample space for discussion in pairs, small group and with the full group on the concepts the presentation raises.
SURJ is a national organization that brings hundreds of thousands of white people into fights for racial and economic justice. At SURJ, we bring our folks in by offering a better alternative: a just, vibrant future where people of all races work together to win what we need. We do this work by building people power in multi-racial communities across our network — through campaigns, 200 chapters across the country, and deep local organizing projects.