Urban Contemporary Ballroom is fun, rejuvenating, relaxing and easy to learn, it is a great forum for meeting new people and exercise. It has no barrier on age or size. Students of all ages are learning to master the dance. Once you are introduced to Urban Contemporary Ballroom, the interest immediately takes hold and there is no looking back! No two couples are alike. Urban Contemporary Ballroom enables the dancers to incorporate elements from other popular dances as long as you include “the social” and the basic steps three count moves of Urban Contemporary Ballroom. This allows for extensive creativity and uniqueness. The music breathes life into the dance. It’s the interpretation between two people dancing with grace, elegance and sensuality that makes Urban Contemporary Ballroom a favorite of all.
Whether you are beginner, intermediate or advanced there is a level for you to learn or perfect your dancing skills. There is also a Teach the Teachers Program.
The Detroit to Cleveland Connection Dance Institute offers LEARN 2 DANCE For Fun & Fitness, the new ballroom and original Chicago steppin’ at church on Thursdays from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. The cost is just $5 all night.
For more information visit their web site. You can also call Donald L Gardner III 216-288-4901, Thelma Williams 216-401-8440 or Jerry Rhodes 216-509-3208 or send them a message through the form below.
Check the calendar to verify dates and times.
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Junior Dance is Cleveland based and began in the 1940’s. We offer social etiquette and dance classes for students in the fifth through seventh grades.
The classes are taught by Mr. Patrick Navarro, former owner of American Dance Exchange and a certified international ballroom judge. Our Junior Dance classes start with 15 minutes of social etiquette covering topics such as cell phones, introductions, RSVP’s and helping a lady with her coat. After the etiquette topic of the day, the students learn basic ballroom dancing skills.
There are eight classes a year held on Friday afternoon/evenings at The First Baptist Church In Shaker Heights in the Fellowship Hall. The fifth grade class is held from 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., the sixth grade from 5:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. and the seventh grade from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
For more information visit the Junior Dance web site or contact them through the form below.
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Brian Kozak has guitar lessons at the church Saturdays from 10:30 am – 4:30 pm in the Choir Room.
If you would like to take guitar lessons or would like more information talk to Brian Kozak or contact the church office.
The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
If you or your child would like to be a part of this group, Boy Scout Troop 179 meets at the church on Thursdays from 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm in the Wheaton Center.
If you are interested in joining this troop or would like more information contact Steve Bopple through the form below.
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“The Glorious Gospel”
with Pastor Kregg
At the core of our faith in Christ lies an understanding of our human condition and basis for redemption. The gospel of good news is based on the person and the work of Jesus, the Christ who offers us salvation, redemption, and eternal hope. It is a message found from cover to cover within Holy scriptures. Our study will begin in Genesis and we will follow the work of God bringing redemption to humanity through to the book of Revelations.
All you need is a bible. The format is conversational and interactive. It is open to everyone.
I hope to see you there!
Wednesday’s 11 am—12 pm
WOULD YOU LIKE TO
• spread the work of ministry beyond the “faithful few’’?
• nurture and empower individuals for leadership?
• enable persons to name, claim, and use their spiritual gifts?
• match church members with ministries that fit their gifts?
• help persons to discover God’s direction for their lives?
• increase the enthusiasm and joy of church members?
If these items interest you our Spiritual Gifts classes starting in 2020 are tailored especially for you. $10 per participant covers books and food.
The schedule is as follows:
Saturday, 1/25/20, 9 AM – 4 PM Spiritual Gifts Workshop for FBC Leadership
(to be directed at leaders only;
signup deadline 12/15/19)
Celebrating Lent, Maundy Thursday, and Pentecost through Spiritual Gifts
(church-wide invitation; signup deadline 2/10/20)
Wednesdays 2/26, 3/4, 3/11, 3/18, 3/25, 4/1, 4/8, 7p-8p
Maundy Thursday, 4/9, 7p-8p
Internship 4/19/20-5/31/20 “My Gift(s) and
FBC Mission and Vision”
Sundays 4/19, 4/26, 5/3, 5/17, 5/31
(DAY OF PENTECOST AND COMMISSIONING ON 5/31)
BREAK 5/10 for Mother’s Day and 5/25
for Memorial Day Weekend
SpiritGifts is an exciting, community-building experience of discovery and growth that will empower and equip Christians for service and leadership in the local church and beyond. In addition to providing a biblical foundation for understanding spiritual gifts and the importance of every individual’s gifts as a member of the Body of Christ. This program will help persons discover God’s will and direction for their lives as they name, claim and apply their own spiritual gifts. As individuals become actively involved in serving according to their gifts, you will see the work and ministry of the entire congregation grow!
Leader’s Resources include:
• Tips for Leaders
• Bible studies
• Overheads & charts
• Letter to participants
• Spiritual gifts survey
• Teaching/presentation pages
• Reproductions of all partcipant worksheets
• Theme song & other suggested songs
• Biblical & contemporary examples of the gifts
• Covenant & renewal service
• Step-by-step program guides
• Certificate of completion
• and more
Also available: SpiritGifts Participant’s Workbook PATRICIA D. BROWN conducts spiritual nurture and evangelism workshops and is a popular speaker at Icher. As a United Methodist pastor, she has served six churches and has worked as a hospital chaplain She is the author of 365 Affirmations for Hopeful Living, Learning to Lead from Your Spirits Center, and a contributor to 365 Meditations for Mothers of Young Children.