Sunday Offerings, 10 am
TOPICS IN CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
Chapel February – May 2018
- February 11: Chapel Forum- Pat McDonald
“Can I Please Just Watch the Football Game and Eat My Pizza in Peace?
Politics, Politics… Everywhere”The recent controversies associated with anthem protests at NFL games illustrate a much broader change within contemporary American society. Increasingly, political disagreement and conflict appear to be integrated into most aspects of our daily lives, including our decisions on where to live, whom to socialize with, and what to eat. This two part series is designed to explore this “politicization” of American life and discuss some of the challenges it can pose to faith-based organizations.
- February 18 – March 25: Study of Revelations Presented by Ken Schroeder
Rapture? 1000-year reign of Christ? Lake of fire? Antichrist? God avenging sin with extreme, remorseless violence?
Are you (perhaps) a little bit confused about the Book of Revelation and (perhaps) even wonder why it’s part of the Bible? If you would like to engage in a grown-up talk about what it means, this is the class for you! Albrecht Durer’s wood cuts of the book’s content will be used as the visual aid. You will not be bored.
To prepare for the first class, read the first three chapters of Revelation several times. (Please use a Bible which is not a paraphrase book such as Good News and others like it, because they omit too much important detail.)
- April 1: No Sunday School
- Easter Sunday
- April 8 – May 6: Study of Galatians Presented by Ken Schroeder
- May 15: TBA
- May 20: TBA
- Pentecost; Last day of Sunday School
COME AS YOU ARE
Come as You Are is a gathering for adults who are looking for a casual environment to build community and have fun connecting with others. Come as you are from wherever you are, join us on Facebook, and be a part of the learning & fellowship. We meet at 10 AM in Room 230. Class facilitators: Ann & John Howard, Whitney Myers, and Erika Rorer.
Wednesdays at 1 pm
Pastor Pete’s Book Class
Pastor Pete’s book class is currently reading and discussing Lyndal Roper’s Martin Luther: Renegade and Prophet. This definitive biography reveals the complicated inner life of the founding father of the Protestant Reformation, whose intellectual assault on Catholicism ushered in a century of upheaval that transformed Christianity and changed the course of world history. Join us!