Wednesday Night Adult Forums These are held throughout the year.
Our Lenten Adult Forum
Paul’s Letter to the Christians of Rome
March 16th, 22nd, 30th April 5th, 13th 7:00-8:30pm In Person in Parish Hall
We are excited to revisit this opportunity to have Dr. Harry Gamble lead us in reading and studying this famous New Testament book. The classes will be meeting in the Parish Hall in person. There will be additional material sent each week for advanced reading prior to the session. If plans change due to Covid issues you will be informed.
Did you know that Paul’s letter to the Romans, his last letter, written in 58 CE, has influenced Christian thought more than any other document in the New Testament? You can discover how and why if you join Harry Gamble in this Adult Forum, for a close reading and group discussion of this very interesting, important, and sometimes perplexing letter of an early Christian apostle.
The only reading required will be this New Testament letter itself, which we will tackle in four major sections (chapters 1-4, 5-8, 9-11, and 12-16). Each week a sheet of “questions to be pondered” will be distributed to prompt your thinking about the section of the letter to be discussed at the next meeting.
As usual, there will be two different ways you may participate in this event: (1) Group Option (attending the forum) and (2) Private Option (doing the reading without attending).
Please RSVP below
Indicate if you will be doing the group or private track.
Plan to use your own Bible or a new one of your choice.
We will begin with a gathering at 7:00pm. The discussion will begin at 7:15 promptly and end by 8:30.
It is not necessary to RSVP but is helpful for us to inform you of changes and so we might send you resources.
See the church calendar for any exceptions If possible, please call ahead of visiting to confirm availability. Staff information located here
All group gatherings on church property including the cemetery must have prior approval from our office and if you do not receive approval we cannot be held responsible for any injury or damage to property that ensues and it will be considered trespassing.