Sunday Classes @ 10:00 AM
TOPICS IN CHRISTIAN EDUCATION – Chapel Class
Life, Death and the Resurrection October 14- November 11
Beginning October 14th, Pastor Andrew will be teaching a class open to everyone in the chapel during the 10 o’clock hour. The topic of the group discussion is: “Life, Death, & the Resurrection.” We’ll be asking questions like: What do we believe happens to a person when they die? What does “resurrection of the body” in the Creed mean? Why are our beliefs of the afterlife important for how we live here and now? There’s no homework to be done or materials to be brought. Just come with your questions and a readiness to engage with others.
COME AS YOU ARE
Beginning October 14 and throughout the remainder of the Fall, the class will use the Animate Bible curriculum to gain perspectives on canon, history, testaments, gospels, genre, interpretation, and grace from seven Christian thought leaders. Come join us as we gather and discuss. Facilitators: Fred Aus, Ann & John Howard, Whitney Myers and Erika Rorer
Wednesdays at 1 pm
Pastor’s Book Class
What does the crucifixion of Jesus mean? Why does the cross of Jesus of Nazareth have this impact even today? Beginning September 12th, the Pastor’s Book Study will start a new book that will explore these and other such questions in the Wednesday 1 PM class in Room 230. The class will be reading through N.T. Wright’s The Day the Revolution Began. Wright teaches at the School of Divinity at the University of St. Andrew’s, is the former Bishop of Durham in the Church of England, and one of the World’s leading Bible scholars. If you’re interested in getting a book and joining the class email Pastor Pete or Pastor Andrew.