Bible Study will be held on the following dates in March at 4pm on Zoom:

Thursday, March 3

Thursday, March 10

Thursday, March 24

Thursday, March 31

There will be no Bible Study on Thursday, March 17.

 

After discussions with the regular and frequent participants of Prayer and Meditation,  it was decided that those sessions will move from Wednesdays to Thursdays beginning in March. This will allow members of the Choir, some of whom often participate in Prayer and Meditation on Wednesdays the Choir doesn’t rehearse, to be able to participate more regularly.

Prayer and Meditation will be offered on Zoom in March only once – at 7pm on Thursday, March 24.

 

Our current Spiritual Exploration unit continues and concludes in March:

 “What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still Be Christian?”

Tuesday, March 1 & Thursday, March 10 (please note date change)

7:00-8:30pm on Zoom

Based on the book of the same name by long-time minister and author Martin Thielen, this five-week unit is exploring “what really matters” when it comes to our beliefs about God, Jesus, the Bible and the Church. We are examining what Thielen identifies as the things we both need and don’t need to believe from our tradition, as well as additional beliefs and topics of concern to participants.

 

Our next “Spiritual Exploration” unit is Lent-focused, and begins the latter part of March:

“The Usual Suspects”

Tuesdays: March 22 and 29; April 5 and 12

7:00-8:30pm on Zoom

During this four-week unit we will examine the lives and actions of some of the characters the Gospels identify as playing important roles in the death of Jesus, such as Judas, the religious leaders in Jerusalem, Herod and Pilate. We will also explore how those actions, as a function of timeless human failings, emotions, and the context of time and place, might speak to us in our time and place.

As always, you will continue to receive reminders and details on dates, times, and how to participate in all our offerings from the Church Office either on the day of or day before each gathering.