5 Good Books for May
Recommended by John Franke

5 Good Books for May

Jürgen Moltmann

Recommended by John Franke

In the late 1960’s German reformed theologian Jürgen Moltmann burst into global theological consciousness with his landmark volume, Theology of Hope. Since then he has produced a steady stream of creative and groundbreaking work that has earned him the rightful place as one of the most important theologians in the world.

These are five of his most significant works (all published in English translation by Fortress Press and listed in chronological order):

  • Theology of Hope (1967)
  • The Crucified God (1974)
  • The Spirit of Life (1992)
  • Experiences in Theology (2000)
  • A Broad Place: An Autobiography (2008) YOUNG ADULT MINISTRIES 


Tai Chi for Health
2019 Classes

Tai Chi for Health


Tai Chi is a mind-body exercise based on a series of movements shown to improve health and well-being. Tai Chi for Health is a form of Tai Chi modified to be a safe exercise practiced by a wide range of ages and fitness levels. Classes offered through CenterPoint Counseling and led by Ingrid Ritchie, Certified Instructor, Tai Chi for Health Institute.

Six Week Classes: $60; Seven Week Classes: $70

  • Tai Chi for Beginners
    This is the starting point for those that have never attended a Tai Chi class.

    Wednesdays: 5:30-6:30 p.m.
    Thursdays: 9:15-10:15 a.m.
  • Practice Groups
    For those wanting to develop skills from previous classes while adding some new skills appropriate for the levels of those participating. (Must have taken any previous Tai Chi Class)

    Wednesdays: 6:30-7:30 pm
    Thursdays: 10:30-11:30 am

Registration required. Find more information here. Call (317) 252-5518 to register.

FIG (Families in the Garden)
Tuesdays in June

FIG (Families in the Garden)

Families and Friends Service and Devotional Time


On Tuesday mornings, gather your family and friends in the Community Garden for service and devotional time - an opportunity to reach for balance. Your family will have a chance to DIG:

Devotion time
I Wonder Questions
Good works

Volunteers will be available to help your family work together to provide fruits and vegetables for the Northside Ministries Food Pantry. In case of rain, the Food Pantry welcomes families to restock shelves and help clients shop for necessities.

Make a Difference
While You Shop

Make a Difference While You Shop

Did you know that many grocery stores, such as Kroger, offer some type of community rewards program? These programs donate a percentage of each of your purchases to your favorite local organization. It’s usually just a matter of logging in to your online account and choosing the organization you would like to support. Several organizations that are affiliated with our church participate in Kroger’s Community Rewards Program, including Greenbriar Elementary School and Westminster Neighborhood Services.
Sign up today and help ensure that your shopping dollars help support not only your family, but our wider community.