FREE COMMUNITY CLASSES

SPRING CLASSES 2018


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             Adult Growth Time

Sundays:  february 11, 18 & 25 and march 11, 18 & 25

                     at 9:45am & 10:45am

    Reeves Hall; childcare provided at both times

Rev. Dr. Matt Pereira will lead the Adult Growth Time (9:45 and 10:45 am) on the second, third, and fourth Sundays in February and March. During this Lenten season, we will dive deeper into the All Together Sunday themes of reconciliation and forgiveness with Matt who will guide us through reflections from the Christian tradition, literature, and contemporary culture. (Childcare provided.) 


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All Together Worship and Growth Time -      “A Conversation with Joanne Feldmeth

SUNDAY april 8, 2018:  WORSHIP AT 10:00AM, GROWTH TIME (CHRISTIAN EDUCATION) AT 11:15AM WITH joanne feldmeth, COMMUNITY Mission Project and Lunch AT 12:00PM IN REEVES HALL.

After worship enjoy a hot cup of good coffee and donuts with friends on the patio, and then join us for the Growth Time (Christian Ed) for all ages. The Growth Time for high school students and adults will be led by Joanne Feldmeth as she takes us deeper into the lives of kids in foster care and the work that is and can be done to support them. School-age children will be dropped off and picked up at their classrooms in the Education Building for Church School.


            Adult Growth Time

         Jesus is Risen!  So What?                   Jesus is Risen Indeed!  So Then What?

     Sundays:  APRIL 15 & 22 at 9:45am & 10:45am

    Reeves Hall; childcare provided at both times

How do you view the resurrection?  As a happy ending to a fairy tale, a beautiful enriching metaphor, an embarrassingly primal story of divine sacrifice and vindication? Join us as we consider the importance of the resurrection and the hope it embodies to our own lives and to the nature of Christian mission in the world. What do the New Testament accounts and interpretations of Jesus’ resurrection say and how does/can that shape how we live and what we do?
 
Dr Heather Callow, a retired English professor, joined St Peters in 2007 after relocating from the Washington DC area with her husband Tom, a retired American diplomat.  She serves on the Adult Spiritual Growth ministry team and as small group bible study coordinator.