Midtown Midweek

Fellowship Supper served in Turner Fellowship Hall beginning at 5:00 PM.

Beginning at 6:30 PM, Adults have several offerings.

 

Bible Study: Chafin 116 

Join us this semester as Matt Walton leads us in a study through the book of Romans and consider the God who keeps His promises. Here is a preview of November:

  • November 2 - Join us as we study Romans 9-10, as Paul wrestles with Israel’s response to God’s gift of grace and our response in faith.

  • November 9 - Join us as we study Romans 11-12, considering Paul’s conclusions on Israel’s response to Jesus Messiah and the Roman church’s life together.

  • November 16 - Join us as we study Romans 13-14, where Paul instructs the Roman Christians on how the Gospel impacts their posture to the Roman authorities and how the Gospel impacts the relationship between members of God’s family.

  • November 30 - Join us for the conclusion to our study of Romans, as we reflect on Paul’s overarching hopes in his missionary work in Romans 15-16.

  

Book Club: Chafin 105

Stories help our faith come alive as we learn to practice a redeemed imagination. Lauren Gordy and Sarah Villaseñor lead a book club on Wednesday nights that invites us to imagine our faith anew through the lens of story. The book club will begin reading A Man Called Ove by Frederik Backman on Wednesday, October 19. The Book Club meets in Chafin 105 from 6:30 to 7:15 PM. You may purchase A Man Called Ove here.

 

Dishin with Dolores: The Commons

Parents, grandparents, adults who care for kids of all ages join Dolores for a dish of wisdom and inspiration on Wednesday evenings. Every week experts in their field share on a variety of topics, including -

  • Healthy Habits 

  • Authentic Faith 

  • Technological Responsibility 

  • Sexual Integrity

  • Money Matters

  • Discipline

  • Life Hacks

Dishin' with Dolores starts with mingle time from 6:30 – 6:40 and conversation from 6:40 – 7:20.

 

Aging Solo, Chafin 110, Wednesdays, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 6:30 to 8:00

The key to aging well is responsible planning. Aging Solo is a 4-week course to help you do just that. This Amazing Place course will be taught by Mehrnaz Gill, who holds a Master of Science degree in Gerontology from Baylor University and for the past 30 years has devoted her time both professionally and personally to causes that relate to the elderly and their well-being. She has developed educational programs for the Huffington Center on Aging and Texas Consortium of Geriatric Education Centers at Baylor College of Medicine and has tailored this program to help spot issues and hurdles that arise as we age. There will be guidance about getting documents in order and practical advice about taking the next steps wherever you are along this journey. To sign up, contact Greg Funderburk at greg@smbc.org or Merhnaz Gill at mgill@amazingplacehouston.org.

 

Music Ministry: Various locations

Regardless of experience, all are welcome to sing and ring and fellowship as we grow musically and spiritually with one another.

6:45 PM Adult Handbells, Brass Ensemble

7:30 PM Sanctuary Choir