The Bridge

Dinner Menu

Oct 24

Menu: Spaghetti with meat sauce, Bread, Salad, Dessert


Our Wednesday Evening Offerings - The Bridge

Wednesday Schedule Information
Dates: Oct 3, 10, 17, & 24
Dinner Time: 5:30 PM - 6 PM
Class Times: 6 PM - 7 PM
Dinner Cost: Adults: $7; Kids: $5; Family Max: $25

Hot Potato!
Led by Dr. Paul J. Kirbas
The most controversial issues are the ones that need the most discussion, but most of us treat them like hot potatoes. As Christians, it is our duty to be informed about the hot topics facing our world and our society, so that we can form opinions and make decisions, as well as learn how to talk about sensitive issues with others in a Christian spirit. In this class, Dr. Kirbas will bring his years of teaching ethics at North Central College in Naperville, IL, to the Bridge. We will dive into the most controversial ethical issues, search for the arguments supporting different sides of the issue and decide what ethical schools of thought best address them. Join us for this class…and try not to get burned!

Life Skills You Won’t Learn In School
Led by Jay Seymour, Youth Intern

Parents, would you love it if your kids could learn basic life skills to help you around the house? High schools and middle schools are teaching our students where to find the x in an equation and how far away the sun is from the earth; but who is teaching our students how to make breakfast for themselves and why it is necessary to separate the white clothes from the light clothes before putting them into the washing machine? We are teaching our students these life skills in our Bridge class for students who are in 6th grade to 12th grade. We will be teaching them basic life skills such as; how to read recipes, how to do their own laundry, how to get ready for a job interview and manage finances, and how to perform basic car maintenance and basic house repairs. Sign your students up to learn these life skills and help you around the house!

Spiritual Gifts Assessment
Led by Laurel Hall

Did you know that the Holy Spirit empowers and equips all members of the Body of Christ with gifts? That means YOU have special gifts for the upbuilding of this church! Come to find out what they are and learn how to serve in ways that make you feel alive instead of serving in ways that make you feel tired. This four-week class involves taking a Spiritual Gifts Assessment and learning what the scriptures have to say about how the Body of Christ functions best when everyone’s gifts are known and appreciated. Anyone the age of 13 or older will enjoy this class...we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another. We have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us - Romans 12:5-6

Kids R.O.C.K.
Led by Darci McKinnon

Kids Reaching Out in Christian Kindness
Young people join Ms. Darci for an evening of fun designed just for you! This is your chance to practice and prepare random acts of kindness for our church family and community.

Cooking Class
Led by rotating hosts

This 4-week cooking class taught by a rotation of WPC’s own members who have mastered the art of cooking and will be sharing their tips, tricks, and recipes with you. This fun, practical and yummy sample filled course will make all participant cooks feeling more confident in the kitchen with this arsenal of tips, techniques, tricks, and recipes that will make cooking easier. Class meets in the Mobile Meals Kitchen. Sign up in Garden Court. Space for this hands-on class is limited to 12.
Oct. 3rd - Hosted by Jenny Dunham
Oct. 10th - Hosted by Sarah Branscum
Oct. 17th - Hosted by Rhonda Hefton
Oct. 24th - Hosted by Jenny Dunham

Parenting in the Age of Fortnite and Ready Player One
Led by Rev. Michelle Junkin

Fortnite addict and a mother of a 9-year-old and 13 years old, Rev. Junkin invites parents and grandparents to come to learn and discuss how the Fortnight Battle Royale game has affected not only our family life but also our culture. This 4-week class will explore several areas, including topics like what every parent should know about the game, what makes Fortnite so addictive, how to set limits in a positive way, coupled with very practical advice for parents to consider as they raise children who actively navigate between the virtual and real world.
Class begins as part of the Bridge program at the Westminster Presbyterian Church Central Campus on October 3rd - October 24th from 6 PM - 7 PM. The class is free. Please sign-up in the Garden Court or call 524-2204.