|Intergenerational; all are welcome!
|Community Life Center, room 211
|Lecture/discussion, with occasional CD/DVD content
Our class is an intergenerational class whose goals include studies in the Old Testament, to learn about our Judeo-Christian history: what God requires of us, what God has done, and what God is doing in our world. And, in the New Testament we seek to understand the full importance of the story and teachings of Jesus Christ, and the history and works of the early Christian Church. Then, at times, we alternate studies to help us intergrate Biblical truths into our own times and lives with contemporary studies such as Adam Hamilton’s When Christians Get It Wrong or Barbara Brown Taylor’s An Altar in the World.
We all agree that faith is our priority. But, we also admit that we truly enjoy our class socials!
So, if you are between 25-125 years old and need a class, we invite you to come and make yourself at home with us at 9:45 am on Sundays, in Room 211.