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.
We have one more video study left in our 5-part series. Thanks to all the other events of May, that class will be Sunday, June 2nd, following worship. Come and join us for a lively bible study and time of discussion.
Toall who helped with our Easter Sunday Services – the music, choir, hospitality, egg hunt, child care and Sunday school -- YOU made Easter happen for our community and our guests. (Did you see that we had 10 kids in attendance?) Thank-you for all you did on Easter Sunday and every Sunday.
The Adult class that meets after worship is completing its study on “Being Presbyterian.” Parts 4 & 5 are April 7th & 14th. You are welcome to join us! You may also find the videos & study guides for any classes you may have missed online at www.theocademy.com.
Are you curious about what Presbyterians believe? Do you wonder which doctrines someone might highlight in a class such as this? We will use materials from the PCUSA
Theocademy to dive into Presbyterian and Reformed theology. As a bonus, the videos for the class are also available for free online should you miss a class or want to watch it a second time. Come and join us after worship for 5 Sundays, skipping a few here and there. The first class will be March 3rd, then March 24, 31, and April 7, and 14.
Starting on February 24th, we will use a new 5-week series by Theocademy, “Being Presbyterian: Foundations of Presbyterian Discipleship” as the basis of our adult Sunday school class following worship. The description of the class reminds us, “to be Presbyterian is to join a way of life informed by a particular rhythm: God calls us in grace and love; we respond in gratitude.” The class will explore these themes of grace and gratitude and how they inform our Presbyterian theology. All are welcome, especially those who wonder what Presbyterians believe.
For this month we will be using the videos and book by Max Lucado, “Grace.” What is grace? How would you define it? Come join us after worship on Sunday mornings for study and discussion. Class resumes with the final session after the New Year on January 6th.
For this month we will be using the Videos and Book by Max Lucado, “Grace.” What is grace? How would you define it? Come join us after worship on Sunday mornings for study and discussion. No class on November 18.
We have begun a five week series on the reformer, John Calvin, considered the theological pioneer of the Presbyterian and Reformed branch of the Christian church. I hope you can join us after worship in the back classroom for a short video and a lively discussion.
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