Author Lamott to speak at UMC in Fort Worth

Arborlawn United Methodist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, welcomes author Anne Lamott in a free event on Tuesday evening, April 2. 

Ms. Lamott will share her personal journey in a time of conversation
at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary. A book signing and reception will
immediately follow at 7:30 p.m. in the Lower Commons. Books will be
available for purchase from Barnes & Noble.

Ms. Lamott is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Traveling Mercies, Grace (Eventually), Plan B, and Operating Instructions, as well as seven novels, including Rosie and Crooked Little Heart. Her latest book, published last November, is Help, Thanks, Wow: The Three Essential Prayers.

The free event is the inaugural session in a new ministry of outreach called The Arborlawn Vineyard Series. The Arborlawn Vineyard Series is a place of connection between the community, church, and everyday life.The series will create a format to encourage meaningful conversations about issues and topics relevant to the church and community, featuring a wide variety of guest speakers and presenters who will offer unique insights into community life from the perspective of
faith.

For more information about this event, contact the Arborlawn church
office at 817-731-0701. Free child care is available for the evening
by contacting Nell Cantwell (nell@arborlawnumc.org).

Arborlawn UMC is located at 5001 Briarhaven Road, Fort Worth, TX
76109. Read more at http://ArborlawnUMC.org.

 

Mary Jacobs

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