Education Building Room 302/303
January 20-February 10
Overview of the Gospel of Luke
Taught by Rev. John Ragsdale
We will be hearing a lot from Luke this year. He crafts a unique version of the Jesus story to make his case for its lasting meaning and significance. His portrayal shows the often startling, sometimes dangerous, and ultimately joyful encounters in the life and ministry of Jesus. Join us for this eyeopening exploration. No prior knowledge required. BYOB-Bring your own Bible (or ones will be provided).
February 17 and 24
Changing Culture, Changing Church
Taught by Rev. Joyce Lieberman
Executive and Stated Clerk of the Synod of South Atlantic
Changes in our culture impact the worship, education, mission and leadership of congregations. This class will explore these cultural shifts and how the church can be a faithful witness of Jesus Christ in the midst of this rapidly shifting landscape.
Rev. Lieberman has served congregations in Portland, Oregon and Albuquerque, New Mexico. She served as the Director of Constitutional Interpretation for the denomination before coming to Jacksonville to serve the Synod of South Atlantic.
Special Elective Opportunity
Williams Building 2nd Floor Music Room
Short-term Women's Bible Study
Williams Building 2nd Floor Conference Room
March 3-March 31
Keys to Triumphant Living:
Studies from the book of Ephesians
Taught by Janie Jones
This 5-week Bible study is open to all women. One short term women's Bible study is typically offered each fall and spring. Join this group of women as they study the book of Ephesians.