Adult Education Forums - Sundays @ 9:15am
February 24 and March 3, 10 – Practicing our Faith with Vicar Christephor Gilbert.
Using excerpts from the book Practicing Our Faith: A Way of Life for a Searching People by Dorothy C. Bass, we will consider how our orientation as Christians, centered as it is in worship, is expressed in our daily life. As Bass asserts, this “opens a path of spiritual formation: taking part in practices that have been shaped by the Christian community over the centuries in response to God, we develop virtues and experience growth in our spiritual lives” (Bass 2010: xxvii).
March 10 - Singing our Lives
One of the central elements that Lutheran worship is known for is its music - and specifically congregational singing. Music is one of the most powerful anchors of memory, and is an extraordinarily human activity that crosses time and cultural identity. In this final session we will sing together and discuss ways to make meaning through music with each other.
March 17 – April 7 – We continue our series on the book of Luke using the Augsburg Fortress Book of Faith study series.
March 10 – Why Must Jesus Die? (Luke 9:18-36) – Led by Kim Fetchel
March17 – And Grace Will Lead Me Home (Luke 15:1-32) – Led by Dan Ries
March 24 – Ah, Holy Jesus How Has Thou Offended? (Luke 23:26-49) – Led by John Turner
March 31 – How Did Jesus’ Resurrections Change the World? (Luke 24:13-35) – Led by the Rev. Cathy Venkatesh