Wednesday Night Live

Wednesdays in October

5:30 - 6:15pm - Dinner & Fellowship in the Davis Family Hall (see menus below)

6:15 - 7:15pm - Special Programs

Eteam in G-15 (October 10)

Let’s Talk in the Parlor (October 10 & 24)


Special Programs

October 3 - First Wednesday Vespers in the Chapel


First Wednesday Vespers is a service of light, thanksgiving for the day, scripture lessons, hymns, time for contemplation, supplications for a night of peace, and intercessions to God on behalf of the individual, community, and world.


October 10 - CDC Evening

Join us as we welcome on CDC families in the Davis Family Hall


October 17 - Improv with a Purpose with Gayle Hurley


October 24 - Columbia Seminary Guest

Rev. Dr. Charles Wiley joins us in the Davis Family Hall


October 31 - No WNL activities


Menus:

October 3 - Greek Chicken, Long Grain & Wild Rice, Garlic Green Beans, Hummus & Pita, Salad Bar, & Baklava


October 10 - SHCDC Family Night - Menu TBA


October 17 - Baked Salmon with Hot Honey Glaze (Baked Chicken available), Quinoa with Roasted Vegetables, Salad Bar, Garlic Bread Sticks, & Dessert


October 24 -
Meatloaf (Baked Chicken available), Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Rolls, Salad Bar, & Dessert



More About Our Guests

Dr. Charles Wiley, III

Charles Wiley was born in Surinam, South America as the son of Pilgrim Holiness missionaries. Charles’ movement toward the Reformed side of the Church began when he entered Davidson College. Charles graduated from Davidson College, Duke University Divinity School (M.Div.), and Princeton Theological Seminary (Ph.D.). A member of New Hope Presbytery, Charles now serves as Director for Major Gifts at Columbia Theological Seminary. For 21 years Charles served in the Office of Theology and Worship, last as Associate Director of Theology Worship, & Education Ministries of the Presbyterian Mission Agency. Charles is especially interested in how the church is formed as a faithful community in post-Christendom North American culture and is increasingly engaged in interfaith issues. Charles is the author or editor of a wide number of articles, book chapters, and books, including co-author of the recently published: New Worshiping Communities: A Theological Exploration (WJK:2018) Charles is married to Betsy Wiley. They have two children Ben (25) and Anna (23).