Rabbi Yosef Levanon, a retired Jewish rabbi from North Carolina, will offer a 4-week adult Sunday School class at All Saints August 25 – Sept 22 (excluding Labor Day weekend). The topic will be the Old Testament book of Job, and the class will be offered in the Faith & Life Classroom in the Parish Life Center. Rabbi Levanon is a friend of the pastors, and has offered adult education opportunities at a Lutheran church in North Carolina in the past. Please come join him for a different perspective on a familiar topic, in what is sure to be an engaging class offering.
Volunteers are invited to help with Strengthening Families, a 14-week Lutheran Services Carolinas program designed to build communication and bonding skills between parents and their elementary school-age children. The Strengthening Families Program (SFP) helps families come together and learn parallel lessons. Parents focus on effective parenting and positive discipline techniques while children and youth learn skills needed for success in life. It all starts with a family dinner. The sessions typically last 2½ hours and include parents and children meeting separately to work with group leaders before coming together for shared activities. The next 14-week session begins August 27 and is held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Sam Rittenberg Blvd, West Ashley. Local congregations are getting involved in this ministry in a number of ways, including: helping to serve the family meal, and providing desserts for the meals. Carpooling is available from All Saints to West Ashley on the nights of the dinners. For more information, see the display in the glass corridor, or contact Louise Deely at email@example.com or 516-662-0274.
Charleston Stage will present “Footloose” at the Dock Street Theater on Wednesday, August 28 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $10. Adults who would like to join a group from All Saints may contact Lucy Weber for tickets and carpool information, 843-388-9012.