Orangewood has moved back to Phase 2 of our re-opening plan. We will have one combined service with both contemporary and traditional music online until the COVID numbers decrease for 2 weeks. Groups of 10 or less can meet with social distancing and mask.
You can find us on Facebook or on the home page of our website on Sunday mornings at 10:30
Let’s get together for the OPC Virtual Talent Evening of Sharing!
On Saturday, March 13 at 7:00 pm, we invite everyone to Zoom in to our virtual Talent Show and Tell. If you have a joke, poem, reading, or song to share, please sign up today on the included Google sign-up sheet. You may be silly or serious, professional, or amateur; as long as you can limit your gifts to 3 to 5 minutes, you are welcome. We hope to have some virtual fun and contact with one another experiencing community safely until we can once again be together. If you wish, you may also choose to make a donation to Youth Mission Scholarships. We usually accept donations at our Pancake Supper on Fat Tuesday, which could not happen this year. SIGN UP TODAY and prepare to join us (even if you don’t sign up) for an evening of laughter and sharing.
PW Bible Study in March
Phebe Packer is the facilitator this month as we explore "Into the Light-Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament." You may join the discussion at 1:00 on Wednesday, March 3, in Room 11 or you can join us on Zoom.
New Small Group
A new small group will start meeting on Tuesday mornings at 10:30 am on the church campus and by ZOOM. The group will be led by B Van Mantgem and will follow the previous small group format of fellowship and discussion of the previous Sunday's sermon. Ken Page will provide questions as "food for thought". Please contact B Van Mantgem to sign up for this new small group (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Wednesday Book Study
A new book study will start on Wednesday, February 24th and continue every Wednesday for 5 weeks. This study will take the place of the Wednesday evening prayer service at 7 pm. Ken will lead us in a study of the book "Love is the Way" by Bishop Michael Curry. We look forward to lively discussion and hope you will join. Please contact Pam White and/or Carol Hunter to register and you will receive a link for the ZOOM class.