January OWLS Meeting

Thursday, January 17
12:00 p.m.
Agape Hall

We resume this month with a trip to Greece. Haven’t you always wanted to visit this ancient land and it’s amazing islands? Well, come to OWLS as we first visit Athens, the famed Oracle of Delphi, and a medieval monastery. On the Peloponnesian Peninsula, we’ll scope out Nafplion’s charming port and the ruins of ancient Mycenae. Then we’ll island hop on the Aegean: sun-drenched Santorini with a city frozen in time by a volcano’s eruption, trendy Mykonos, and last sacred Delos—uninhabited but covered with ancient ruins.

Bring your lunch. We’ll enjoy fellowship as we eat together—coffee & dessert are provided.

Whale Watching

Also, thanks to Jerilyn Massa, our group plans to go whale watching in February out of Dana Point. We are offering this trip to all folks at Faith. If we get 20 or more, we can get a group discount. So, let’s talk this up and invite friends to join on this sailing adventure. More details to follow.


Thursday, November 15 • 12:00 p.m.

We are in for a treat this month as Joyce Yarbrough will show a video she prepared about a trip she and Ted took to Eastern Europe. We will visit the classic cities of Budapest and Bucharest, the Sinaia region of Romania and even into Ukraine. We always enjoy their videos, especially because we can ask questions and hear stories with further information.

Do come join us for the last OWLS presentation of 2018. We meet at noon for some fellowship while we eat our ‘bring your own’ lunches. Dessert and coffee are provided, and the video begins about 1:00 p.m. This program is open to all and we urge you to attend. We plan to have more varied programs this Spring—watch for announcements.

Make it, Bake it, Sew it, Grow it

Sunday, November 18, 2018

This event is for you to bring your home made, home baked, home sewn and home grown items to be purchased by others as a fundraiser to support our seminary students and other missions. Calling all bakers, knitters, crocheters, gardeners, wood workers, quilters and sewers to start gathering your supplies and working on your finished products.