These pages are updated periodically by the individual AoF Leaders.
Click on each group for more information.
NOTE: Because of the COVID-19 Pandemic, a modified roster of programs exists. Please use the Contact Tab to make specific inquiries.
Fellowship of Faith (worship)
Traditional worship in a non-traditional setting — a senior living community where members of the larger community come for preaching, praying, singing, sacraments, and more.
Food for Thought
Community book group held on Fridays at Mt. Hope Diner. Participants choose their reading. One need not have read anything in advance of attending.
Occasional social gatherings for fellowship and fun: potlucks, happy hours, parties, and more.
Matthew 25 Study Group
Periodic online and in-person immersion courses into topics such as White Privilege, Racial Justice, Affordable Housing, etc.
Providing hospitality for the poor and homeless, staffing the emergency shelter, engaging in street outreach, and supporting community organizing to promote housing justice.
New Life Food Cupboard
Emergency food cupboard open on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Thursday mornings.
New Life on Monroe (worship)
The public joins residents in an assisted living facility at Cobbs Hill Manor for Sunday worship in a conversational format featuring singing and prayer. Services currently suspended.
Sing for Joy!
Mid-week singing opportunity at Briarwood in St. John’s Meadows. The first 30 minutes constitutes a community sing-along with the remaining time devoted to four-part sacred choral music. No auditions. Everyone is welcome.
Monthly meditative walk followed by breakfast at a local eatery. April-October. Check calendar for details and locations. Join for walk, for breakfast, or for both.
Women living solo – whether by choice or by circumstance – supporting each other and gathering as needed.