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Reading the Stories of Jesus
with Deacon John Tugman
Shared reading and discussion of the Gospels, this semester Matthew and John. We will read the entirety of each gospel, pausing for discussion after each chapter, typically covering five or six chapters per class. The priority is the shared reading of each gospel so that we hear the total story in a concentrated dose, rather than just one episode at a time as happens in most church services. Bring your own Bible, any translation. Get to know Jesus better, whatever your current relationship with him. A great way for someone who does not know the Jesus story well to be introduced to him. The course focuses on the story, not religious doctrine; all Christians, non-Christians, and non-believers welcomed and respected.
Ecumenical Lenten Prayer Service in French
with Jerry Gloster, M.A.
This event will be for all of our French students and is offered at no charge. Please register to join this prayer service.
The service will contain prayers, readings from the psalms, and readings from other texts from scripture. All prayers & readings will be in French. After a reading from one of the Gospels, an opportunity will be given for a short time of sharing where participants can express their personal reflection on the Gospel or on any of the other readings or Psalms. These reflections may be done in French or English.
All who have signed up by Mar 4 will be emailed a link to the meeting, as well as copies of all the prayers and reading for the service. English translation aides will be provided for prayers and psalms, but not for the scriptural readings. Participants may check their own bibles for needed help with these readings.
Those who sign up later than mar 4, or do not sign up beforehand may receive a copy of the link by checking FLI FB or may request one from email@example.com.