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Fellowship Groups

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First Olympia's Women's Book Club
Do you have a passion for reading and discussion of a good book? Then join the First Olympia book club and share that passion in fellowship!
Join the First Olympia Book Group on the 2nd Friday of each month at 10 am. To access the meeting, please contact Cathy Bennett (choirwriter@comcast.net)

2021-2022 Book List

September 9: The Dictionary of Lost Words by Pip Williams
October 14: Dutch Girl - Audbrey Hepburn and World War II by Robert Matzen & Luca Dotti
November 11: Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmer
December 9: Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis
January 13: West with Giraffes by Lynda Rutledge 
February 10: Isaac's Storm - A Man, a Time and the Deadliest Hurricane in History by Erik Larson
March 10: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
April 14: Good Omens by Terry Pratchett 
May 12: The Music of Bees by Eileen Garvin 
June: Meeting to select books for next year!
First Olympia Friendship Hikers
The First Olympia Hiking Group provides an opportunity for outdoor lovers to enjoy fellowship together and experience the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Co-leaders Mae Wharton and Ginger Sarver plan a one day-hike each month, weather permitting. We welcome anyone who wishes to join the group as their schedules permit and we try to vary the difficulty of our hikes from easy trails to more moderate challenges. New members are always welcome and can be added to our email communication list by contacting the church office or Mae (maewharton@gmail.com) or Ginger (bgsarver@comcast.net).

Anti-Rascist Film Club
Anti Racist Film Club offers a monthly screening of a film that centers the stories of Black people, Indigenous People or People of Color (BIPOC) in order to grow together in our intercultural competency, awareness of systemic racism, and our role as people of faith in the work of anti racism. Discussions are facilitated by pastors from the South Sound Methodist Co-op. Screenings begin at 5pm and Discussion begins at 7pm. You are welcome to join both the screening and the discussion or just the discussion and screen the film on your own.

Starting a FELLOWSHIP Group

Our church is proud to offer a variety of fellowship groups for adults who attend our church. Our members are empowered to start something new when they have an idea or see a need to be filled. And all our fellowship opportunities are supported by program staff and by our Discipleship Ministries Team. So, if you're interested in starting a new  fellowship group please contact Angelina Goldwell with your idea. We can't wait to hear it!