Last Sunday we looked at the first lesson– How do archaeologist do their work? What questions can archaeology answer? What are the questions archaeology cannot answer? Come and watch the video “Biblical Archaeology from the ground down” together for these answers and more. Today March 1st we explore more What do we know from archaeology about seafaring in Biblical times? A lecture given by archaeologist Shelley Wachsmann.
Beginning in February we will study selections from the book of Revelation, using a study guide by Max Lucado. In the Fall, we will study the Psalms. You are welcome to join us at 10AM any Tuesday in the Fellowship Hall for study and fellowship together.
A two-part class, Sundays February 9 and 23rd following worship. 1 – How do archaeologists do their work? What questions can archaeology answer? What are the questions archaeology cannot answer? Come and watch the video “Biblical Archaeology from the ground down” together for these answers and more.
2- What do we know from archaeology about seafaring in Biblical times? A lecture given by archaeologist Shelley Wachsmann.
White Elephant Gift exchange & Coloring night – Friday, December 13th, 7PM. Bring a small wrapped gift (less than $5 in value) for our gift exchange. This month we will also be coloring the Christmas Story. Bring a friend and join us on Friday December 13th, 7 -8:30PM. Coloring pages and pencils will be available, or bring your own.
Tuesday morning bible study is taking a break during December. We will resume our study on January 7th.
Join us after worship on November 3, 10, and 24 for more lessons from Dr. Amy-Jill Levine on the parables of Jesus. Dr. Levine brings a unique perspective as a Jewish professor of the New Testament at a Christian Seminary. Each session is a different parable, so feel free to join us when your schedule allows.
Our fall class is a series studying Dr. Amy-Jill Levine’s book, “Short Stories Jesus Told: The Enigmatic Parables of a Controversial Rabbi,” using her videos to amplify the text. Dr. Levine brings her Jewish heritage to her study of the New Testament, and offers keen insights into the parables of Jesus form a Jewish and scholarly perspective. Join us for six Sundays following worship as we learn more about the parables of Jesus. The classes will be on Sundays beginning September 29th, no class on International potluck day, October 6th. The first lesson is on the parables of the Lost Sheep, Lost Coin and Lost Son (Luke 15.)
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