CENTERPOINT INTEREST GROUPS
Centerpoint Writers Group: A group dedicated to those who love to write and who desire to connect with other writers. Meetings will be held the first Tuesday of the month, the next meeting will be Tuesday, June on the 4th. Join them in Room 201 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Contact Tammy Vanella.
Men's Book Fellowship: We are a group of Christian men who love what good books ;and men's fellowship have to offer. We meet once a month to discuss the DIFFERENT BOOKS we have been READING INDIVIDUALLY. On occasion, we spin off on an independent study or seminar on a specific book or topic of interest. We meet the first Tuesday of the month from 10:30 to 12 noon in the church library, with some going to lunch afterward. Contact Dave Shumway or Dick Sanders.
Work on projects at home…we have projects that you can make at home. The Crafters work on many different craft projects throughout the year, and then put on a wonderful Holiday Bazaar in November. If you're interested, please contact Bev Amaral.
Women's Book Club: We all love a good book! And it's great to get together with other women who love to read, too. Join us 5-6 times a year to discuss our favorite books and enjoy an evening with friends. Be sure to check out our suggested reading list.
Book Club Coordinator: Mimi Cudzilo Try www.amazon.com or www.half.com for used copies of books. Our next meeting is Monday, June 10 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in the Centerpoint Library. The selected book is The Girl in the Glass by Susan Meissner.
Women's Movie Group: The Reel Faith Movie Club meets throughout the year to watch movies on the big screen in the Centerpoint gym, eat popcorn and have a brief discussion about the movie (just like a book club without the reading!) Feel free to bring some goodies to share with everyone! It's a great opportunity to bring a friend (or relative, or co-worker, or neighbor...)
Contact Rhonda Beyers.
Women's Cooking Club: Join our monthly cooking club gatherings on the second Thursday evening of the month at Centerpoint Church. Contact Jackie Carr-Hall.