Church School and Adult Education Notes
Sunday, November 23 - All classes meet*
Sunday, November 30 - All classes meet
Saturday, December 6 - St Nicholas Celebration & Potluck
Sunday, December 7 - NO CLASSES
Sunday, December 14 - All classes meet
*Children and youth meet in church basement
*Adults meet in Archangel Michael Hall
St Nicholas Day Celebration and Potluck
On Saturday December 6, join us for Vespers, an Advent story, a visit from Saint Nicholas, and a community potluck. Children are invited to bring donations for the food shelf. Please and RSVP. Tell her the number of children in your family planning to attend so that we can have treat bags for all!
Sunday, November 23: Advent in the Home
What is a favorite aspect of Advent that you look forward to? What parts of the Advent season are difficult and stressful for you? Join us as we discuss Advent practices and pitfalls. Andrea Bassett will share resources and ideas for learning about Advent at home together as a family.
In Review - Last week's presentation on "Historic Foundations of the Christian Faith"
Oleg Voskresensky presented on historical evidence for our Christian Faith. Christianity is one of the few religions where we learn about God not only from prophets or documents but also through God himself, namely the incarnation of Jesus Christ.
When we wonder if the Bible is a reliable document, we can compare it to other historic documents and we find some important details. There are a large number of ancient copies of the Bible available for comparison, These copies are early copies of the original text, and the level of error where meaning is lost/changed is as low as .02%. Sunday's presentation was a small part of a larger workshop available on DVD. (Oleg has donated a copy of the DVD to our church library.) Oleg works with FaithSearch International, a nondenominational, evangelistic Christian ministry. He will return in January to present on archeological evidence for the Christian faith.
Do you have an idea or an interest in presenting a topic or leading a discussion for the adult class?