Sunday Forum provides education and discussion time on a wide variety of topics that range from who we are as American Baptists, specific instruction on areas or topics in the Bible, and ministry or mission-focused topics of interest to our congregation. We also deal with social, religious and political issues that we must face in our daily lives.
Forum is held at 11:30 a.m. during the program year in the Chapel. Why don't you grab a snack and gather with us to continue your life-long learning journey.
- November 3:
- A Discussion with Rochester Mayor Tom Richards
- November 10:
- Rereading Discipleship in Mark: Understanding as the Embodiment of Mystery, with Dr. Jin Young Choi.
- November 17:
- Rereading Discipleship in Mark: Encountering the Other on the Way, with Dr. Jin Young Choi
- November 24:
- Pastor Ken's last Sunday, No Forum
- December 1:
- Our 2014 Budget with Richard Wien, Chair of Trustees
- December 8:
- No Forum. Meet back at the church at 5:30 to watch the children perform, A Charlie Brown Christmas. Christmas Dinner follows.
- December 15, 22, 29
- No Forum.
- January 5:
- A conversation on what to expect during our time of transition, with Rev. Cliff Houston.
- January 12:
- Albany Perspectives - An inside look at the upcoming 2014 Legislative Session, with NY State Assemblyman Bob Oaks.
- January 19:
- How Alexander Technique can enhance your spiritual practice, with M. AmSAT Alexander Technique Teacher, Katie Fittipaldi.
Learn whole body awareness while praying, singing, knitting, even cleaning the house, to avoid injury and enhance enjoyment of life.
- January 26:
- Annual Meeting
- February 2:
- A Tale of Two Rochesters, Dr. Marvin McMickle, President CRCDS
- February 9:
- What Everyone Needs to Know about Organ Donation before the Last Hour with Susan Miller of Fingerlakes Donor Recovery Network.
- February 16:
- The Memory Care Program, with Frederick Marshall, M.D., Director.
- February 23:
- The State of the Nation: A Congressperson's Perspective, with Representative Louise Slaughter.
- March 2:
- A Conversation with Mark Assini, Gates Town Supervisor, and Candidate for US Congress.
All proceeds go to Cameron Bowl-a-thon to support Cameron Community Ministries.