Neighborhood Events Aplenty
While it’s no secret our church sits amidst an active and vibrant neighborhood, I’m often taken aback at just how much this is true. At a recent networking meeting of local organizations, I heard about these happenings for the month of October alone:
Woodland Park United Methodist Church offers free movies with discussion at 7pm every 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month. October’s movies are Requiem for the American Dream (10/13), and Gender Revolution (10/27). Free popcorn!
The Phinney Neighborhood Association hosts a Seattle mayoral candidate forum on Sunday, October 22nd from 4:30-6pm at the Phinney Center (6532 Phinney Ave N). Come and pose questions to our next Mayor!
The Greenwood Library hosts a monthly “Full STEAM Ahead” night offering fun activities using principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics. October’s event on Tuesday, 10/24 from 6-7pm is Halloween themed with watercolor spider webs, static electricity ghosts, and building with Candy.
And of course the whole neighborhood is overrun by ghosts and superheroes for the Greenwood Hunger Goblin Trick-or-Treat event on Saturday, 10/28 from 12-3pm. Donations of candy and volunteer greeters are needed at PRLC!
Because of these and so many other activities I am grateful to spend each day knowing and sharing the love of God with this wonderful community.
– Patrick Meagher,