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Winter Studies Coming to PRUMC

Winter Studies Coming to PRUMC
Join us for a new season of enrichment!  Course details and registration here.
For more information, contact Julie Schendel at julies@prumc.org.

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Faithful by Adam Hamilton
Thursdays, starting January 4, 7:00 pm, C104
Julie Schendel will lead this 4-week study that continues the story of Christmas by looking through the eyes of Joseph. From his beginnings as a humble carpenter to his all-important role as the earthly father of Jesus Christ, Joseph’s place in the nativity story is sometimes overlooked but contains valuable lessons for all of us. Joseph never spoke a word in scripture, but his courageous actions were crucial to the birth of Christ and God’s salvation plan for humanity.

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Deep Waters – Christianity:  What’s Next?
Wednesdays, starting January 10, 6:30 pm, C208
Rev. John Cromartie will lead this 10-week study on Diana Butler Bass’ book “Christianity After Religion.” Join the discussion exploring: Is religion disappearing as part of American life? What are the modern challenges to traditions, worship, declining participation, and current doctrines?

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Margin by Richard Swenson
Sundays, starting January 21, 6:00 pm, C207
Ken Yarbrough will lead this 6-week study for people who buy a book on how to handle stress, then don’t have time to read it.  “Margin” is a practical guide and discussion of how to add reserves to your life and family.  Emotional, physical, financial, time, and most importantly, spiritual reserves.

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Disciple 1 Fast Track New Testament
Sundays, starting January 21, 6:00 pm, C210
Rev. Mack Barnes & Shawn Perkins are leading a shorter option of Disciple 1. Try the Fast Track version for an abbreviated study with 12 weeks for the New Testament. Fast Track Old Testament is not a pre-requisite. For more information, contact Julie Schendel at julies@prumc.org.

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John by Adam Hamilton
Sundays starting January 21, 6:00 pm, B118
Darin Lister will lead this 8-week study on “John: The Gospel of Light and Life” to explore what is said to be the most spiritual of the four gospels. Explore this writing filled with rich images and profound truths as readers learn that they may have life in Jesus’ name.

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From Worry to Wonder: More Than Sparrows Bible Study
Wednesdays, starting January 24, 9:30 am, H105-106
Sarah Crossman Sullivan leads this Romans and Ephesians study on how to cloak ourselves and each other in God’s love. Each lesson stands on its own so join us as your schedule permits. Starbucks and inspiration await.

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The Way by Adam Hamilton
Thursdays, starting February 22, 7:00 pm, C104
This Lenten season, Deidra Harrell will lead the class to retrace the life and ministry of Jesus Christ in this 6-week study.  We’ll get to know the people Jesus loved, the parables he taught, the enemies he made, and the healing he brought, following in his footsteps from his baptism to the temptations to the heart of his ministry, as we journey to the cross.

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Introduction to the Enneagram

Introduction to the Enneagram
Thursdays,  starting January 4, 9:30 am, C205

Get a great start to the New Year by learning more about your core motivations and how you view the world.  The Enneagram is an ancient personality assessment that reveals a greater understanding of yourself and others and opens opportunities for better communication and compassion in relationships.

This dynamic and interactive class is taught by Emily Wingfield who has studied the enneagram extensively.  Fee $75.00 includes book and workbook, The Road Back to You by Cron and Stabile.

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Journey Together

Journey Together
Wednesdays, starting January 10, 10:30 am, C104
Delve into the Book of Acts to study how the power of the Holy Spirit moved mightily through the first followers of Jesus.

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