Basic Bible Study Distributed via email Sundays, Sep. 13-Nov. 22
“The Ten Commandments as Jesus Taught Them”
What do Christians do? Have you ever realized that the Ten Commandments are important for us as people of the New Testament? But how do they impact discipleship? Jesus spent a lot of time instructing his disciples and a lot of this was based on these famous commands God gave Moses. This series will look at how the Ten Commandments as fulfilled and expanded through Jesus teaching and so give us a clear vision for how Jesus calls us to live our lives. Links to a video and study guide will be emailed each week on Sunday morning.
“Alpha for Families”
Video distributed via email Sundays beginning Oct. 4
How do we get talking about big questions of faith within our families? Have you ever thought about why we are here? Why do we pray? What about the Spirit? And how do we discuss these things with our middle schoolers or teens? This fall we’re going to be doing the Alpha Course which looks at some of these big faith questions. Each week, we’ll have a different topic covered by a different cleric with questions you can discuss within your families. This series will ground you in the basics of the Christian faith and open up conversation within your home.
Christianity: Boring, Irrelevant, Untrue? – Sunday, October 4
We speak a great deal about the life of grace, and God’s mercy, forgiveness and salvation “by grace.” Yet what does it mean to “grow in grace” as the good Apostle Peter counseled the early Christians? (II Peter 3:18) For 10 weeks, we will explore some key Christian beliefs, as well as various Christian disciplines, as one avenue of growing into a mature faith in Christ! I look forward to “joining” you! Click here to register for this class.
Week 1: Grace and Beyond – Wednesday, September 16
St. Martin’s 20s & 30s Wednesdays via Zoom at 7:30 p.m.
“Where is God in a Coronavirus World”
We are living through a unique, era-defining period. Many of our old certainties have gone, whatever our view of the world and whatever our belief. The Coronavirus pandemic and its effects are perplexing and unsettling for all of us. How do we begin to think it through and cope with it? Join us this fall as we explore these topics using a short book Where is God in a Coronavirus World by Oxford Professor John Lennox.