“How can I get involved?” We ask this question a little differently around Broadway. We want to know how we can get involved with you. What do you care about, or give yourself to, in this world? Can we share it with others? Are there ways others can be involved with you?
Pub Theology is currently meeting virtually on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. with a discussion on Politics & Faith hosted by Rev. Alicia Baker. To receive information on how to join the discussion, please e-mail Karen McAleavey at firstname.lastname@example.org and asked to be added to Broadway’s e-mail distribution list.
The Heaton Huddle book group meets every Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon in the home of one of Broadway’s members. The group is currently reading and discussing Grounded: Finding God in the World by Diana Butler Bass. If you are interested in joining this book group, please contact the church office at (317) 924-4207.
The Spiritual Studies group is meeting online via Zoom during this time of social distancing. They are now reading Lamb: The gospel according to Biff, Christ’s childhood pal by Christopher Moore. Anyone wishing to participate can email Laura Vanderbeck at Lvbeck@hotmail.com.
MONDAY NIGHT BOOK GROUP
The Monday evening book club will meet on March 24th (the group generally meets the 4th Monday of the month) at 7:00 p.m. at Laurie Paarlberg’s house (1955 Alvord St, Indianapolis, IN). This month we are reading The Very Good Gospel by Lisa Sharon Harper. Each month we take turns selecting a book. Everyone is welcome!
First Fridays meets on the first Friday of each month at George’s Neighborhood Grill (6935 Lake Plaza Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46220). This is a great opportunity to catch up with friends, meet new folks, and enjoy good food. The group meets at 6:30 p.m. and orders dinner at 7:00 p.m.
LADIES OF BROADWAY LUNCH & FELLOWSHIP
If you would like to be with other ladies of Broadway just to visit, laugh, and have lunch, put a mark on your calendar for the third Tuesday of each month. The group meets at Good Morning Mama’s (1001 E. 54th St., Indianapolis, IN 46220) for food and fellowship. All are welcome!
IPC OPEN SCENE NIGHT
Every Wednesday evening from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m, the Indiana Playwrights Circle hosts Open Scene Nights downstairs in Backstage at Broadway. Up to six playwrights can bring in up to ten pages of an original script each session to hear them read by local actors, followed by a facilitated discussion and feedback. All amateur and seasoned playwrights are welcome! For more information, or to sign up to have your pages read, visit https://www.indianawriters.org/pages/ipc-scene-nights. The normal $10 fee for non-members having pages read is waived your first week if you bring this bulletin with you! Scholarships are also available for interested members. There is no cost to observe and participate in the group discussion, and all are welcome to listen and discuss each week’s new works, whether or not you sign up to have your own pages read. This open community is a great space to learn more about theater and the art of storytelling. For more information, please contact Ashley Chase Elliott at (812) 454-4014 or email@example.com. We hope to see you there!