Among other things, we are thankful for food puns this Thanksgiving.
Welcome back for another exciting installment of Wesley Weekly! We won’t be meeting this week, this Thursday being Thanksgiving and all, but we still have a wonderful Wesley Weekly for you all!
What You May Have Missed…
Last week during our Thursday meeting, we entertained as many strange questions as we could think of. Can robots receive salvation? Do they even have souls? Etc, etc, etc. Thank you to all who attended and contributed. We had a blast!
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Our Next Meeting…
As previously mentioned, we will not be having a meeting this week because this Thursday is Thanksgiving.
The week after, however, we will be having a discussion about Hell, whether or not it’s real, etc. To clarify, that will be on December 3, 2020.
If you would be interested in joining us, send us a message to get the link to the Zoom call! As a reminder, we meet on Thursdays at 8 pm.
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Prayers and Concerns
We are thankful for all of the students who come to Wesley on Thursdays and/or read this newsletter. You are all in our prayers during this unusual Thanksgiving.
Please continue to pray for everyone who is struggling during this difficult time.
If there is anything you would like the community to pray for, send us a message, or reach out to us on our social media pages.
In lieu of a student writing piece, this week I once again posed an odd question to our group.
Q: What would be a cool/weird new Thanksgiving tradition?
A: “Apologizing to the Native Americans.”
A: “I feel like you could make something fun like hiding a trinket and then whoever finds it first gets something, like the first piece of the pie”
A: “Vehemently discussing the validity of election results.”
A: “Turkey ball. After everyone has eaten, you take the bones of the Turkey and wrap it up in saran wrap creating multiple layers of bones and wrap. / Then you all go outside and throw it to one another. If bones fall out when you catch it, you’re out and the last person left gets to host the next thanksgiving.”
A: “That’s a tough one, though just thought of something I’ve seen before. So they had butter in the shape of a turkey, so why not make every dish turkey shaped or like thanksgiving shapes. Could also recount the story of how the Native Americans brought food to the pilgrims so they’d stop eating their dead.”
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That’s all for this week’s edition of Wesley Weekly! Please know that we are thankful for all of you.