Fall Supper & Study Program
This fall, St. Paul's Adult Education Committee will again sponsor our popular Supper & Study program on six consecutive Monday evenings, beginning on September 15 through October 20.
1) Creating Your Ethical Legacy - led by Bev & Bob Stearns
What’s in your will? You may think you know who gets what, but have you neglected what is most important? Your personal history and transmitted values can be the best things you can leave to your loved ones, to their descendants, and even to the world beyond. This workshop will show how others have created their own ethical legacies and give participants the opportunity to study and discuss a wide range of topics
2) Embracing an Adult Faith: Marcus Borg on What it Means to Be Christian - led by Rev. Rick Buckingham
Marcus Borg helps us revisit Christianity’s most fundamental questions: Who is God? What does salvation mean? What place does Jesus hold in contemporary faith? Together we will confront these big questions and work together toward authentic answers.
3) Gleaning Together - led by Rev. Claire Matheny & Meg Baker
This is a study on hunger. Over the last three years at St. Paul’s, we have been engaged in the collection and distribution of food in our community. In worship, we have learned and prayed about some of the hunger issues that face our neighborhoods and world. This study is an opportunity to take a closer look at what the Bible has to say about hunger and at what the leading causes of hunger are today.
4) Making Sense of the Bible with Adam Hamilton - Brian Ruberry
This study deals with fundamental and controversial questions people ask, such as: Who decided which books made it in to The Bible and why? How literally must we read it? Is The Bible ever wrong? Hamilton addresses these and other often misunderstood biblical themes, leading readers to a deeper appreciation of The Bible so that we might hear God speak through it and find the words to be life-changing and life-giving.
5) Natural Spirituality - led by Kenzie Raulin
Come to explore the natural spirit of God that comes to us everyday (and night) through the day-to-day events of our lives. The holy men and women of biblical times recognized the natural spirit and were often guided by it. We will explore basic Jungian concepts of the conscious and unconscious; the phenomenon of synchronicity (or meaningful coincidence), individuation and the wisdom to be found by looking inward.
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