Bible Study: Acts of the Apostles

Teachers: Kathryn Eloff and Tom Zych
Time:  9:15am-10:15am
Location: In person (South Hall) and by Zoom
Course Description: Dive into the Acts of the Apostles – the second half of Luke’s history of the life of Jesus and the founding and spread of a faith. Discuss fascinating stories of the women and men who:

  • preached the good news
  • built vibrant faith communities
  • navigated the inevitable trials and squabbles faced by any movement of consequence
  • faced persecution and even death, and
  • helped create what we now think of as the living body of Christ.

These stories inform our understanding of where we as a faith came from, but even more importantly confront us with the question of how we should spread our message and make the incarnation of Jesus a lived reality in our world. We meet and study in a small group setting, and all are welcome.

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Acts of the Apostles

Book Study:  Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart in Racial Racial Reconciliation

Teachers: Quentin Smith and Ron Zimmerman
Location: Zoom (Sign up to receive the link)
Time:  9:15am-10:15am, Sundays
Course description: Are you brokenhearted by the racial division that exists within our society? Are you frustrated by uncertainty about how to move toward healing, reconciliation, and unity? Join in a discussion of Be The Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart in Racial Reconciliation  by Latasha Morrison. The goal is to challenge, nurture, and deepen your understanding of the process to bridge building toward racial reconciliation into a beloved Christian community where all people can achieve justice and peace.

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