THE PASTOR'S KEYBOARD
I’ve been asked on a number of occasions if we have a regular evening adult Bible Study. The answer is: sort of.
Frankly it’s difficult in this day and age to ask folks to commit to something every week… forever. So, what we have done is to periodically provide 6-8 week studies. In the Fall, we did a “driving tour” of Israel… it was GREAT. The next one begins on March 13th the Wednesday after Ash Wednesday. We will meet for 5 weeks to study how some Christian churches are different from others. A by-product of this study is that we will learn about our faith and how it has progressed in the past several centuries.
The methodology is as such: We have invited several folks to come on successive Wednesdays and present some information about the Christian Denomination that they are familiar with. We will hear a bit of history, theology and polity. (Look it up.) We will also compare their information to our information. The schedule will look like this:
- March 13 Quakerism
- March 20 Assembly of God
- March 27 Lutheranism
- April 3 Methodism
- April 10 Catholicism
Seriously, have you even wondered what differentiates Presbyterianism from other churches? Are you aware that there are 7-8 totally different Presbyterian denominations? All of them distinct from one another.
Well, if you want to know some of the differences then be here at 7:00 p.m. on the evenings mentioned above.
See you then,
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