In a small church like COA, every event includes fellowship with members and visitors, there are a few activities that encourage us to get to know each other better and to share other interests together. All are welcomed into our church family, and into our many opportunities for fellowship.
- Eight is Enough This is a great evening of food (“themed dinner”) and fellowship with eight COA congregation members. Hosting involves providing your home, the main entree and refreshments for the evening. Others will provide appetizers, supporting dishes, and dessert. Contact is Joan Henderson 410-757-6525
- Men’s and Women’s Book Clubs All are welcome to join. These group usually meet monthly to discuss a book, and enjoy fellowship, with specific time, places and books announced in the bulletin. You don’t have to read the book to join the discussion. Recent books discussed include: Madame Bovary, and Circling the Sun. Contact Alice Robeson 410-757-6967 or Tom Rorick 410-757-5684
- God’s Gardeners Group Gather at the church to beautify God’s house by working on the church grounds! It only takes an hour a week and its perfect for those in our congregation who love to garden . The meeting time for the group is usually decided on Sunday based on schedules and weather forecasts. Bring you garden gloves! Contact P. J Gilbert 410-349-0312 for more information.
- Fellowship after each service on Sunday in the Narthex. All are invited to meet visitors, catch up with friends, chat with the Pastor and enjoy the company of fellow worshipers. Coffee, tea, juice, and snacks are provided (Thank you Deacons, and Walter).