Third Tuesdays 7:00PM
at the Fellowship Hall Zoom link

Come dressed in the monthly theme to be eligible for a cool prize!

January 18: "Wear Your Favorite Hat" Bingo!
(to celebrate National Hat Day) 
February 15: Presidential Bingo!
(Come as a memorable President or just wear red/white/blue)

March 15: Irish Panda Bingo!

(to celebrate National Panda Day and St Paddy's Day of course. Wear green, black and white)

See you all there! BINGO!


If you've played before, you know how easy and fun it is! 
If you're a Zoom Bingo novice, click below to email Peggy and she'll get you signed up!

2022 February Film Series

Police, Punishment, and Visions of Peace
Thursdays 6:30-9pm
Fully Online Events

3rd: The Force (2017)

      At a powderkeg moment in American policing, The Force goes deep inside the embattled Oakland Police Department as it struggles to reform itself amid growing local controversy. Winner of the Documentary Directing Award at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival,
filmmaker Peter Nicks (The Waiting Room) embedded with the department over the course of two years to follow its serial efforts to recast itself. The film focuses on the new chief brought in to effect reform at the very moment the Black Lives Matter movement emerges to demand police accountability and racial justice both in Oakland and across the nation.

10th: 13th (2016)
     Named after the United States Constitution's 13th Amendment, this documentary examines the history of slavery in the US, the impact of systemic racism on Black and African American people, and the resulting Civil Rights Movement.risoner.


17th: Since I Been Down (2020)
    The film unravels intimate stories from interviews brought to life through archival footage, cinema verité discussions, masquerade, and dance , unravelling why children commit violent crime and how these children – now adults – are breaking free from their fate by creating a model of justice that is transforming their lives, our humanity and a quality of life for all our children.

24th: Just Mercy (2019)
      World-renowned civil rights defense attorney Bryan Stevenson works to free a wrongly condemned death row prisoner.