Flying Solo (Singles)

Flying Solo is a group for singles in their prime years (more or less 50 and above) belonging to the life and ministry of Westminster Presbyterian Church. The group offers single adults the opportunity for Christian fellowship, spiritual and intellectual growth, and service to others. No reservation needed for our events, unless indicated. For more information, please contact Nancy Hall Berens, Director.

Annual Fall Retreat

Members of Flying Solo enjoy a time to come together and reflect on various themes or topics. During the weekend, we enjoy some relaxed time for extended conversations and fellowship with friends, delicious food, lively games, quiet prayer, group worship, joyful singing, snapping photos, reading, walking, and exploring.

The Next Adventure: Fall Retreat 2017

October 6-8, 2017
Hallowood Retreat Center in Comus, MD

Build a foundation to navigate life with resilience, creativity, and community. Explore the practical realities and serendipities of aging well, aging wisely, and aging creatively. Together, we will learn alongside our companions to illuminate the way with our shared stories of adventure and delight. Register by September 18.

LEARN MORE AND REGISTER

Second Monday Dine-Out

Second Monday of the month. Take the opportunity to try some moderately-priced local restaurants while enjoying a good conversation! Carpool from church at 7 PM or meet there at 7:15.

Monday, September 11 | Re-connect with church friends after the summer, and taste a gourmet cheese dish at Cheesetique, 2411 Mt. Vernon Ave, in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria.

Flying Solo Outing

Saturday, September 23
Save the date for a tentative tour of the U. S. Capitol. Details coming soon!

Fourth Tuesday Potluck

We gather each month for a casual potluck dinner and to make sandwiches for the Bag Lunch project. Please bring a salad, entree or dessert to share. 7 PM in the Johnson Parlor. Upcoming dates: September 26.

Book Group

The Book Group meets four times a year to discuss works of fiction and non-fiction (alternating quarterly) that help us reflect on our faith and our world. Mondays from 7-9 PM; location TBD.

Monday, October 30
The Islamic Jesus: How the King of the Jews Became a Prophet of the Muslims by Mustafa Akyol
Published in February of this year, The Islamic Jesus explores the bridge which connects Jews and Christians to the followers of Mohammad. Known as one of the most beloved prophets in Islam, Jesus plays an important role in all three Abrahamic faiths. Learn how these three faith traditions intersect, what they share in common, and how the Islamic understanding of Jesus is connected to both Judaism and Christianity.

Roundtable Discussion

Approximately three times a year on Sunday afternoons immediately after the 11:00 AM service, we have a guest or staff facilitator who leads us in discussions. Light lunch is included.