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One of our Lenten options for study will be Teach Us to Pray: The Lord’s Prayer in the Early Church and Today by Justo L. Gonzalez, retired United Methodist minister and professor of historical theology. The Lord’s Prayer is one of the oldest and most widely used short summaries not only of how Christians pray but of what they believe about God, the world, and humankind. Justo González, draws on scripture, the Church Fathers, and his own life experience to make this vital prayer from the Christian past comprehensible for readers who want to understand—and live—Christianity in the present. Rev. Anne will guide the discussions which will take place on Wednesdays beginning February 17th (Ash Wednesday). The class will run from 1:00-2:30 for six Wednesdays: 2/17, 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, and 3/24, ending the week before Holy Week. We will cover two chapters a week.

The office has ordered 10 copies (for which we ask a $10 donation) or you are welcome to order it yourself. Please secure the book as soon as you can because we will cover the first two chapters – 1) “Our” and 2) “Father” – on February 17th.

 
 

We will be looking at words we use like salvation, Bible, Jesus, death of Jesus, Easter, etc and see the meaning of these words as we use them today as well as how they were understood during the time of Jesus. It will be exciting to see how the meaning of these words have changed through time.  We will read two short chapters a week. The first zoom on February 18th will be the first two chapters. The class will be limited to the first ten people that sign up.  

The office has ordered 10 copies or you are welcome to order it yourself.

Sundays Schedule

Adult
Education

9:00 am

Worship
Service

10:30 am

10:30 am

Children's Sunday
School

10:15 am

 
Nursery

 

WELCOME TO ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church is an open and affirming congregation where all persons are valued for who they truly are regardless of gender, sexual orientation, color, economic status, disability or national origin. The many programs and ministries of our church offer possibilities for nurturing spirituality, enriching lives, and providing opportunities for serving Jesus Christ through acts of caring, compassion, and justice. You do not have to be a member to participate in the life of this congregation! However, if you would like to make this your “official” church home, please reach out to Rev. Anne Hébert.

 

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