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Sunday School Summer Forum: Bible Heroes

Sunday School Summer Forum: Bible Heroes
Sundays, June 4 -July 30 (*no class July 2nd), 10:00 am, Heritage Hall

Deidra Harrell will host a summer series during the Sunday School hour on some of your favorite Bible Heroes like Moses, Jacob, John, and Paul. Learn together what led these ordinary people to do God’s extraordinary work.

If your regular class breaks for summer, this gives you a chance to continue learning in a group setting. If you haven’t found a class yet, join us for one week or all eight to get a taste of Sunday School while diving deeper into scripture to learn about some of the Bible’s most well-loved characters.

For more information, contact Julie Schendel at julies@prumc.org.

Summer Book Club: The Road Back to You

Integrative Enneagram

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Summer Book Club: The Road Back to You
Wednesdays, June 7 & 21, 10:00 am, C106

The Enneagram is an ancient personality test that helps us understand more about who we are and why we respond to the world in certain ways. Join us as we discuss this easy-to-read introduction to enneagrams and discover our personality type, learn to relate better to one another, and find ways to avoid common stumbling blocks along the way. For more information, contact Julie Schendel at julies@prumc.org.

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John: The Gospel of Light and Life by Adam Hamilton

John: The Gospel of Light and Life by Adam Hamilton
Thursdays, Beginning June 22, 7:00 pm, C104

The Gospel of John is the most deeply spiritual of the four gospels, filled with rich images and profound truths aimed at convincing readers to believe in Jesus Christ and ”have life in his name.” Deidra Harrell will facilitate this 6-week summer study as we follow the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Contact Julie Schendel at julies@prumc.org to purchase $10 book.

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Summer Book Club: Hallelujah Anyway

Hallelujah Anway

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Summer Book Club: Hallelujah Anyway
Wednesdays, July 12 & 26, 10:00 am, C106

Anne Lamott’s newest book Hallelujah Anyway gives the reader a chance to rediscover mercy and understand our way forward in an increasingly complex world. Join us for a discussion as we learn how to soften our approach with one another and engage more gently with the world around us. For more information, contact Julie Schendel at julies@prumc.org.

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