Journey Together Wednesdays, Beginning March 1, 10:30 am, C104
Join us to discuss the book With Jesus in the Upper Room by Maxie Dunnam. $15 for book. RSVP to Julie Wright at 404.240.8203 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faith + Art: The Broken Way
Faith + Art: The Broken Way Thursdays, Beginning March 2, 11:00 am, Harp Center
We will discuss the book, The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp, then express and explore through art play. No experience necessary but The Broken Way book and study guide are required and available at Amazon. $25.00 cost includes art materials. Register here or contact Leslie Watkins at email@example.com for more information.
Invitation to the New Testament
Invitation to the New Testament Thursdays, Beginning March 2, 7:00 pm, C104 Facilitated by Deidra Harrell Part of the Disciple Bible study series that offers a short-term 8 week session introducing the New Testament. In each chapter, we experience a call from Jesus into a transformed life, to serve one another, and much more. Register here.
An Irish Lenten Journey
An Irish Lenten Journey Mondays, Beginning March 6, 6:30 pm, C105 Facilitated by Janet Joiner and Darren Hensley
Join us for a thought-provoking heart journey into the Lenten spiritual disciplines through the lens of Irish Christian tradition. During this study, we will examine the rich history and religious imagination of Celtic spirituality through prayers, readings, and Scripture. Each week, we will discuss key themes from assigned readings, view places and symbols important to Irish Christianity, and share ideas about applying such insights to our own lives. Register here.
Lenten Book Club
Lenten Book Club Tuesdays, March 7 & 21, April 4, 7:00 pm, C104 Facilitated by Rev. Julie Schendel
Taking on a similar structure of the popular summer book club, participants are invited to read through What Did Jesus Ask? Christian Leaders Reflect on His Questions of Faith. Each chapter focuses on a question Jesus asked straight from scripture, and various authors reflect on the meaning behind what he asked. Join us for one session or all three and come prepared to discuss the key themes and topics. Contributors include Adam Hamilton, Walter Brueggemann, Sarah Young, and Amy Grant. Register here.
Deep Waters Forum Series Welcomes Dr. Marshall Shepherd
Deep Waters Forum Series Welcomes Dr. Marshall Shepherd, Wednesday, March 8, 6:30 pm, C208
This week’s forum spotlights the first principle of the United Methodist Social Principles—caring for our natural resources—and includes special guest speaker Dr. Marshall Shepherd, a leading expert in weather and climate.
Dr. Shepherd is a former NASA Scientist, was a 2004 PECASE award recipient at the White House, and is the host of the only nationally-televised Sunday Talk Show focused on science, The Weather Channel’s Weather Geeks. Join us for an enlightening discussion, mixing both science and theology. All visitors are welcome to attend! Contact Julie Schendel at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Discipleship Class: Invitation to Psalms
Discipleship Class: Invitation to Psalms Sundays, starting March 12, 10:00 am, B118
This Lent, Ash Parikh and Michael Solis will lead a new curriculum titled “Invitation to Psalms” in the Discipleship class. All are welcome to join.