Adult Study – Fall 2020
New Vision for an Old Story:
Why the Bible Might Not Be the Book You Think It Is
by The Rev. Anne Roberston
September 27 – November 15, 9:00 am
When you hear the word, “Bible,” what comes to mind? Wisdom, Truth or Love? Or Myth, Lies, Bigotry or even Poison?
Our next Adult Class will be all about how we have seen the Bible, and how we might see the Bible differently. In New Vision for an Old Story – Why the Bible Might Not Be the Book You Think It Is, written by the former director of the Massachusetts Bible Society and now pastor of a United Methodist Church in Winchester, Massachusetts, Reverend Anne Robertson takes us on a journey from seeing the Bible as either law, science or as textbook to understanding the Bible as God’s story of relationship, community and redemption.
Since early August, we have heard some of Rev. Anne’s special lens through which she understands and explains the stories contained in the Bible. Join us starting on September 20 for our virtual class to perhaps see and understand the Bible differently, perhaps for the first time.
Zoom will be open at 8:55 am so that class can be done in time for the 10:00 am worship service.
Please join us – everyone is welcome!
Adult Education Classes
Adult Education classes support the life-long journey of spiritual transformation through a range of class topics such as: spiritual formation skills, connecting faith to daily life, forming values consistent with the Gospel, Bible studies and knowledge of the Bible, and knowledge of the church and the United Methodist tradition. Members of the Adult Ed classes provide leadership for class courses on a voluntary basis.
Adult classes run from September through June.
Thursdays at 10:00 am, various locations. Please join us for prayer, devotions, and coffee. Contact the church office at email@example.com for more details.