All Things Considered is a drop-in group for adults that meets in the Chapel on Sunday mornings after worship for about an hour. We begin in September and end in mid-May. Each program features a speaker who shares their expertise and experience with those in attendance. Speakers have included leaders from local mission organizations, newscasters, judges, authors and many, many more. Please look below to see upcoming speakers.
We also welcome your suggested topics for discussion. Please contact the church office with your suggestions.
Join us for All Things Considered
November 26, 2017:
We will be discussing the video: "The Advent Conspiracy".
Christmas is not our local shopping mall’s story to tell. Christmas is the Church’s story to tell—it’s ours. So in 2006, 5 pastors decided to do Christmas differently. They called it the Advent Conspiracy, and came up with four tenets—Worship Fully, Spend Less, Give More, Love All—to guide themselves, their families, and congregations through their season of preparation for Christmas
December 3, 2017: Kris DeWild
Kris DeWild will discuss the harp on the first Sunday of Advent
Previous speakers have included:
Mayor Frank Cownie
Izaah Knox, Assoc. Executive Director of Urban Dreams
Tabita Green, author of "Her Lost Year"
Sam Susanin, Young Adult Volunteer in mission participant
Mahmoud Hamad, PhD, Associate Professor of Political Science at Drake University
Abe Goldstien, Jazz Historian
Donna Red Wing, Executive Director of "One Iowa: Equality for LGBT Iowans"