All women are invited to our fall program, “Nothing is Impossible with God: Opening Our Hearts to God’s Call,” on Saturday, October 13, led by Mary Todd Peters and held at Chapel in the Pines. Bring a friend! Details and registration will be available soon.
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Bible Roundtable: A Closer Look at the Apostle Paul
Beginning Sept. 16, 2018
Sundays, 9:45-10:45am, Room 207
Facilitators: Gene Brannon, Eric Wolf
Missionary, theologian, and religious genius, Paul is one of the most powerful human personalities in the history of the Church. Many of us are familiar with the letters written by the Apostle Paul, but what do we know of Paul the man? This year we will first explore the life, mission, and thought of the apostle Paul before exploring one of his letters. Whatever your knowledge level, you will find this class insightful and compelling.
Adult Church School Elective, Term 1: alongside: A Practical Guide for Loving Your Neighbor in Their Time of Trial
Beginning Sept. 16, 2018
Sundays, 9:45-10:45am, Room 204
Facilitators: Betsy Mangum, Richard Watson, Marty Warburton, JoAnn Lytle-Olson
Whether it’s cancer, death of a loved one, long-term illness, loss of a beloved pet, or another significant challenge, we all know someone facing trials. What can we do to help? How many times have you wanted to do the practical thing when someone you know is in a hard place, but had no idea where to start? In this collection of stories, we’ll explore what is actually needed and what is truly appropriate depending on the depth of the relationship.
Daisy/Brownie/Junior Girl Scout Troop 1806 will hold its annual enrollment for new rising 1st-5th grade girls, and renewal registration for current or transfer girls on Saturday, August 25, 11:00am-2:00pm, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (1200 W. Cornwallis Rd, Durham). GS Troop 1806 will only temporarily enroll eligible girls at the August 25 event. Before making an enrollment permanent, GS Troop 1806 has to make sure there is a patrol at the right grade level with room to take new girls, or enough new girls and adults at that grade level to form a new patrol (new Troop 1806 patrols need a minimum of four girls and two adult co-leaders).
For Rising 1st grade girls: Families of rising 1st grade girls who want to be Daisy Girl Scouts in Troop 1806 should send an e-mail to Chip prior to August 25 to be placed on the Daisy Girl Scout interest list. Girls on the Daisy interest list receive special information about the joining process, since new patrols have to form for Daisy Girl Scouts. Troop 1806 currently has 18 rising 1st grade girls on its Daisy Girl Scout interest list.
For more information about Girl Scout Troop 1806, visit www.gstroop1806.org.
Our guest speaker for Aperture: Third Wednesdays in January is UNC-Chapel Hill Professor Jodi Magness, Kenan Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence in Early Judaism.
In 2002, an ossuary inscribed “James son of Joseph brother of Jesus” surfaced in the hands of a private collector. A few years later, a Discovery Channel documentary and related book claimed that the tomb of Jesus and his family has been found in Jerusalem. In this slide-illustrated lecture, we examine the validity of these sensational claims in light of archaeological and historical evidence for ancient Jewish tombs and burial customs in Jerusalem, including the burials of Jesus and his brother James.
Dinner – baked chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls – will be served from 5:45-6:15pm in the Fellowship Hall. Please sign up for dinner at by Monday, April 16.
The next Inquirers’ Class begins on Sunday, March 11, in Room 105 at 9:45am. Get to know fellow inquirers, learn about the PC(USA) and WPC’s ministry, meet staff, and find out where YOU can grow and serve!
The class will run for six weeks, meeting on March 11, 18, 25, April 8, 22, and 29. Space is limited so that we might get to know one another well.
Contact Barb Schmidt to sign up or learn more.