Sunday School classes are taking advantage of our new time slot and planning for fellowship and service. On June 8th, the Faith & Issues class had a farewell lunch for Joan Komolafe who will be teaching English in St. Lucia through the Peace Corps. June 22nd was a busy morning as the Journey class focused on the upcoming New York Mission Trip by doing some things that will encourage and support those on the trip as well as missionaries at the site. They followed that with a fellowship lunch at the Felton’s home.
The Joy class had brunch at Fredolyn Stitt’s house and the Faith & Issues class made 30 care boxes for residents of the Glenn Castle project in Grant Park who are being relocated due to its closing. These are examples of the power of relationships and being part of a group of people who know and care about each other – and through those bonds, find joy in serving others. It’s a good summer to be part of a Sunday School class at Smoke Rise!