Sunday we continue our worship series “that we hope will allow you to harken back to the days when a tub of Play-Doh could spark your imagination and all things felt possible! As we age, somehow the Play-Doh of our Lives gets cracked and dry and less malleable. We become suspicious of change as we start to believe that “the way things are” is the safest choice. But often “what is” starts to crumble and if we look closely at what the Creator set in motion, we find that change is actually the most constant part of life. Change is inevitable and actually necessary for   animating our spirits as we find renewed purpose throughout life.”

(Marcia McFee, “Worship Design Studio”)

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Bible Study on the
Book of Revelation

What should modern readers make of the wildly fantastical Revelation to John?  New Testament scholar Greg Carey offers an accessible guide to the daunting Book of Revelation, inviting us not to decode every symbol or tame every dragon, but rather to engage the urgent questions of power and loyalty.

Join us on Tuesdays starting October 4th thru November 22nd at 7:00 pm

in the Education Building in the Fireside Room.

"What in the world are we to make of the dizzying array of grand and grotesque images 'revealed' to an early Christ-follower named John? Enter the expert scholar-teacher Greg Carey as the perfect docent through Revelation's stunning gallery. Carey orients us to a 'faithful and true' focus on the 'faithful and true' Christ--a vital corrective to fanciful and false readings of Revelation that remain wildly popular."--F. Scott Spencer, author of Salty Wives, Spirited Mothers, and Savvy Widows