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The Power of the Myth is one of the most popular and well respected series in the history of public television. Originally broadcast on PBS in the late 1980’s, the series features six one hour conversations between Joseph Campbell and the respected journalist Bill Moyers. Campbell became fascinated with myths. He found that the same myth occurred across many independent cultures which made him ask why. Probing more deeply, he found that myths played and still play an important role in our lives and in our societies.
This adult education opportunity is being presented by Faith Formation during July and August 2018 on Sundays at 11:00 a.m. in Paxton Hall:
August 12, 2018: Episode 6: Masks of Eternity
August 19, 2018: Guest lecture by Paul Lloyd to explore applying The Power of the Myth in writing
August 26, 2018: General discussion on The Power of the Myth. We will also answer Joseph Campbell’s two quintessential questions: Are we following our bliss? Are we living the Myth or does the Myth live us?
For the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry:
Aug 5: Canned soups Aug 12: Canned vegetables Aug 19: Cooking Oil and Sugar Aug 26: Diapers of all sizes
For the Apartments:
Shampoo, Hand Soap, Paper Towels, Laundry Soap
Donation Bins in Paxton Lobby
Thank you to all that contributed to the Fox Valley Habitat for Humanity in honor of Bob Hawse. We raised $150 during the July 29th Fellowship Hour and Outreach is donating $500 from our reserve funds.
Sort and Pack Food at Northern Illinois Food Bank: Saturday August 18, 9AM – 11:30. Must be at least 8 years old . You will need to sign a consent form. https://solvehungertoday.civicore.com/NIFB/index.php?section=resources&action=list
Share the Care is forming at the church. This is a committee much like the previous
“Pastoral Care Committee”, but new and improved to help accommodate
everyone’s busy life. To get the group started, we are looking for people
who would be willing to provide a meal or transportation or send/write cards
for our church members when the need arises. Please contact Julie Crane
Knanishu at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our church has two Facebook accounts. One is a public Facebook page which can be seen by anyone. We use this account to provide information about our church services, ministries, and events for members and others.
In our second account, the content is not available for everyone in the public to view. The congregation uses it to share joys and concerns, pictures, poems, something that inspires them, etc. Members of the group can read, post, and comment, and no one outside of the group can see the posts and comments. This is known on Facebook as a closed group.
To find either the church Facebook page or the closed group, you can log into your Facebook account and in the search bar type in either Congregational Church of Batavia or Members and Friends of the CCOB. This should bring you to a list of suggestions. Click on your choice and then you should be able to “like” or “join.”