West Bloomfield Congregational Church is pleased to announce WBCC-U!
WBCC-U, for University, is a thematic wrapper to help us package and promote our intellectual, emotional and artistic content—creative worship, exciting missions, performing arts, literary & visual arts, Bible studies, book clubs, seminars, forums, life coaching, holistic healing, meditation, comparative religions, speakers, contests, hobbyist lessons,  events, movies, online worship, blogs,  articles, Rugged Christians, etc.  This is basically a theme about curiosity, exploring, and adventure.  It is what people do who want to grow.  And it builds on a number of our most prominent and cherished talents/skills and our historic tradition as sanctuary (and launch pad) for independent thinkers. This rich educational approach truly invites members and friends to create and lead small groups and fresh missions based on their experience and interests.

Currently we are offering a Meditation Workshop with Julie Jugle on Wednesday nights at 6:30 till May 14th. This is a 6-week series, but you do not need to attend all the sessions.

A two session Writer’s Workshop with Paul Hudson is scheduled for Thursday May 15th and Wednesday May 21st, 6:30pm.  Suggested donation for each session is $5.

“Not My Life” Movie Screening & Discussion

Not My Life Movie GraphicJanuary 10, 2014 – 6:30pm
WBCC’s senior high youth group discussion series 2ndSunday@7 will be moving to a Friday evening for a special screening of the movie “Not My Life” – a film about human trafficking and slavery in our time. Our discussion following the movie will be lead by the movie’s Academy Award nominated filmmaker, Robert Billheimer.

2ndSunday@7 is geared toward senior high students, but this event is open to anyone who is interested. Because of the subject matter, parental guidance is strongly suggested. Please RSVP to our Facebook event page or e-mail Sarah Williams if you plan on attending. Need directions to WBCC? Click here and pay us a visit. Continue reading ““Not My Life” Movie Screening & Discussion”