GUSTO!

GUSTO! organizes intellectually stimulating activities and events through which participants can learn and share their experiences.

  • Meetings are held at the church on the second Monday of the month, September through May. Morning events start with coffee and fellowship at 9:45 am and the program begins at 10 am, followed by a reception.
  • Special events, including field trips, are offered at other times during the month.

People of all ages are invited to attend. Guests are always welcome.

For information, or to receive e-mail announcements of GUSTO! events throughout the year, email .

For March

Monday, March 11
Is There Any Hope?
Jon Lee, Retired pastor, King of Glory Lutheran Churcgh

Religious institutions in America are in decline. Our culture is in emotional gridlock with an inability to talk calmly about shared goals or the common good.  Come hear Jon Lee, retired pastor, address this critical issue facing all of us at our next GUSTO! meeting on Monday, March 11 at 10 am King of Glory Church 6411 LBJ Freeway, Dallas.

Sign up will be available for the March field trip on Thursday, March 28 at 11 am to the Museum of Biblical Arts in Dallas.  The bus will leave KOG at 10:45 am and we will lunch together afterwards at North Park Center.

Thursday, March 28
Field Trip to Museum of Biblical Arts in Dallas

Since its founding in 1966 by Mattie Caruth Byrd, The Museum of Biblical Art Dallas has greeted over 50,000 visitors annually as a beautiful space where Biblically-themed art is exhibited.  Re-built and re-opened in 2010 after a fire in 2005, the Museum continues to uphold its legacy as a distinguished institution in the arts and education community.  The beautifully remodeled Museum boasts eleven galleries, The National Center for Jewish Art, an on-site Art Conservation Lab, Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden, and other major pilgrimage attractions. The Museum offers myriad programs, special exhibits, and events for art appreciators of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs. Voted the best museum in Dallas, our visit will include time to stroll through the Via Dolorosa garden.  In Latin, "Via Dolorosa" means "way of sorrows" or "painful way." It refers to the path that Jesus walked on his way to crucifixion. Follow that path and complete the 14 Stations of the Cross in the Sculpture Garden, which features gripping, larger-than-life bronze statues by Santa Fe artist, Gib Singleton.

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