Every Sunday morning at 10:30am, we offer adult classes for those who would like to dive deeper into specific topics with others in the Imago community.

These classes run for a few consecutive weeks and change throughout the course of the year. Our goal is to reinforce our three circles through the content of these classes — spiritual practices, community and mission. Whether we’re discussing the sermon, reading through a book together, or diving into practical topics like relationships or parenting, there is something for everyone.

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Current Classes

arts & spirituality workshops

May 12- Creating something through pinch pottery with air dry clay led by Jay Rudd who will explain how the clay works, examples of what folks could do and provide inspiration and direction. 

May 19- Creative design with the index cards from Easter that were used to list different people groups, practices or beliefs that were or are historically considered unclean or have been marginalized or unloved. Jessica McGhee will lead a creative workshop/give direction on how folks can make these index cards with different people’s writings on them come to life and then she will use them in a collage piece that will be displayed the following week.

May 26- Mixed Media Journal Page led by Mandy Kampen & Jay Rudd. Folks will be asked to bring in a book page (text/music/hymnal/etc) to alter and watercolors/brushes they might have (we will provide some as well for people who don't have them). We will also provide pens, prompts, ideas, even stamps for people who don't want to attempt drawing - ZERO artistic ability is needed for this project. The goal is simply to engage the process of art journaling by using multiple mediums resulting in an altered page.

June 2- We will look outside the building for our art supplies to use creating mandalas. Allow your busy mind to take a break while your creative mind is allowed to run free placing stones, flowers, leaves and more in circular designs. Mandalas are sacred pieces of artwork which are used to evoke healing, spiritual development and meditation and can be found across traditions and time.

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