Adult Spiritual Formation – Spring 2021
At 10:30 a.m. Adult Sunday School Class via Zoom: We are currently engaged in a study using Trevor Hudson’s book, Questions God Asks Us. Please consider joining us for this conversation that helps us go deeper in our life with God. Contact Robin Olschner (email@example.com or 303-422-3656 x 1002) for a Zoom link.
Senior Adult Bible Study: Mondays at 1 p.m. at Trinity: We look forward to the time when we are able to meet again in person, so please keep checking back for updates. Questions in the meantime? Please contact Marie Fournier (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Robin Olschner (email@example.com). We look forward to seeing you soon!
Tuesday Morning Bible Study: We are meeting via Zoom and using the Narrative Lectionary as the basis of our weekly scripture conversation. This study is always open to new participants! Interested? Please contact Robin Olschner to receive a Zoom invitation link via email (firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-422-3656 x1002).
Practices that Make a Difference in the month of May
Over the past year through Pastor John’s preaching series and through learning together, we have looked at the actions and listened to the words of Jesus as he welcomed the marginalized and cast a vision of God’s kingdom that includes right and just relationships with one another. In response, many of in our congregation are interested exploring ways to engage the seemingly overwhelming issues of poverty and racism. Our Presbytery has an opportunity for us to do so!
During the month of May, churches in the Denver Presbytery are invited to participate in a “Matthew 25 Engagement Challenge.” This campaign involves carrying out activities that address any or all of three areas that are energizing congregations: 1. Building congregational vitality: deepening our faith as we get actively and joyfully engaged with our community and world. 2. Dismantling structural racism: advocating and taking action to change the systems, practices and thinking that underlie discrimination, prejudice and oppression of people of color. 3. Eradicating systemic poverty: working to change laws, policies, and structures in our society that perpetuate poverty.
Every week throughout the month of May, participants will receive information about a new weekly challenge, starting with a devotional that helps frame this adventure theologically. If you are interested in participating, please sign up by clicking this link: https://denpres.org/get-weekly-news. Denver Presbytery is hoping to collectively log 2021 hours of participation during May. Consider being a part of this exciting challenge!
Men’s Breakfast Study: For more information please contact Pastor John Anderson.
Ruth Circle: During COVID-19, we are taking a break on meeting in person but we look forward to resuming our gatherings soon.
Women’s Book Groups: Daytime and evening options available and we are meeting via Zoom! For information on the daytime group, contact Pixie Corson. For information on the evening group, contact Michelle Stephans.
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Please consider joining in with one of these experiences! Questions or ready to join one of these groups? Please talk to or email Robin Olschner to register: email@example.com or 303-422-3656 x1002