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Wonderful Wednesdays coming up
Join us for worship at 5:30 p.m. in the Church, social time and catered dinner at 6:00 in the Community Center, (for dinner reservations, please sign up at Coffee Hour or call 941-349-5616 x5 by noon the Tuesday before, $10pp), then programs after dinner.
January 16 & 23: Rev. Canon Michael Piovane on the Poetry of Evelyn Underhill (Community Center):  Using insights and observations found in the writings of Evelyn Underhill, a 20th century poet, novelist, and spiritual writer, these two seminars will explore ways to develop and maintain a sane spiritual life for ordinary people.  The focus of Underhill’s reflections on spirituality are on the practical and the normal.  For her “spirituality” is something easily found at home, at work, at play – wherever life happens.
AND Bill Tiffan on Getting our Priorities Straight (Library):  We’ll explore common areas of everyday life that directly contribute to our well-being and sense of purpose.  We’ll look at how we’re doing now and discuss principles for setting priorities in six areas: emotional, spiritual, intellectual, physical, vocational and social. The class will be highly interactive with practical exercises and stimulating discussions.
January 30: Christian Practice And Our Neighbors of Other Faiths with Rev. Dr. Jay T. Rock, religious historian and former director of inter-faith relations for the National Council of Churches, and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (Community Center) and Bill Tiffan on Getting our Priorities Straight (Library)
 
Organ Concert

Andrew KotyloSunday, January 27, 4:00 p.m.  St. Boniface Church welcomes Andrew Kotylo, organist/choirmaster of St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church and School in Columbia, South Carolina. A free concert (free-will offering), thanks to the generosity of the Boniface Friends of Music.