Adult Programs


Practicing the Possible

Every other Monday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm -- Virtually on Zoom
Hosted by Rev. Greta Jo Seidohl

An interactive group for accountability and practice, centered around anti-racism. Whether you’ve been committed to anti-racism for years, or are wondering what that means, all are welcome to join Rev. Greta Jo for this facilitated discussion space. How do we practice justice in our daily lives? How is it connected to our spiritual journeys and religious communities? We’ll explore these questions and more, as we build relationships of trust by showing up, being brave, risking vulnerability, and practicing for what we hope is possible!

For more information, reach out to Rev. Greta Jo at


Revival of Popular Church Tours: 40 Year Later...

Church tours will be beginning January 9th. They will take place every Sunday immediately after the service for five weeks, lasting approximately 30 minutes and they are free for everyone!  Each week will focus on a different area of the church: the history, art and architecture of the church building and sanctuary (January 9, 16), the Stained glass windows (January 23, 30) and the Memorial Tower room and Narthex (February 6).  Depending on the level of interest and accessibility of the building currently off limits due to Covid, the series may be extended.  This is a collaboration of the Art Committee and Education Committee.  For further information, contact Penny Barstow ( 


"See No Stranger" Spiritual Practice Group

Fourth Wednesday of every month from 7:00pm to 8:45pm -- In person at FSC
Hosted by Meredith Bradley

Using See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love by Valerie Kaur as the template for our practice, our hope is to build community and foster transformation, one chapter at a time. We will start each session with a centering practice, followed by reflection and facilitated conversation around the month’s reading.

Those who attend also commit to being intentional about giving witness to how the teachings “show up” in day-to-day living and a willingness to share about those experiences. The group will offer each other supportive presence that allows for vulnerability and growth.

See No Stranger is now available in paperback as well as hardcover. Scholarships for purchase of the book are available for those who do not have the resources to purchase the book.

If you are interested in being part of this practice, please contact Meredith Bradley at