The Faithlink class, which meets on the 5th floor in room 504, is made up of adults ranging in age from 40’s to 80’s. We are diverse not only in age but in background, outlook, experience, talents – and this diversity makes for lively and interesting discussions. Our class takes its name from the Cokesbury publication, “Faithlink – Connecting Faith and Life” and we use this resource except for special times in the Church calendar. The subtitle says it all “Connecting Faith and Life”! Recent topics have ranged from “Obesity and Healthy Community,” to “Living Well in an Outrage Culture” and “Asylum.” For Lent and Advent, we choose a book for a limited special study, usually by a contemporary author such as Adam Hamilton. Our class is always discussion based – we don’t have a “teacher,” but class members rotate as discussion leaders – and we plan social outings (well, we get together for a meal, what else!) a couple of times during the year. We always welcome new class members, new ideas, new faces. Join us!