Two Groups: Tuesdays at 10 am and Thursdays at 5 pm on Zoom
This respectful, open-minded discussion group wrestles well with the challenges of reading the Bible in the current day in a warm and supportive environment. We don’t have to agree on everything, yet we are a community of spiritual pilgrims and we learn from each other.
At times we turn to respected Bible scholars for additional insights. Some sessions include video segments, and at times we read a Bible-based book together. Homework is optional, however, and drop-ins are always welcome. Newcomers have found this is a good place to make Christian friends.
CURRENT STUDY: In her book, I Guess I Haven’t Learned That Yet: Discovering New Ways of Living when the Old Ways Stop Working, best-selling Christian author Shauna Niequist writes about finding herself in a season of chaos, change and loss unlike anything she had ever experienced. Suddenly, many of the beliefs and practices that had been useful in her life no longer worked. After trying — and failing — to move forward using the same old tools, she realized she required new ones: courage, curiosity, and self-compassion. Whether you’re trying to navigate a move to a new city, a period of grief, or a season of redefining and reshaping your faith, in Shauna’s honest reflections you’ll find hope for healing and encouragement to begin again. Reading Shauna’s book and doing Bible study homework is optional for this short-term, video-guided course. In addition to the Tuesday morning group, a Thursday evening group — especially geared for those who are working — is meeting at 5 pm on Zoom, studying the same material.
If you would like to join the Bible study group, via Zoom, please email Pastor Laurie at email@example.com to receive the Zoom invitation for Bible study.
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