2018 Autumn Wednesday Evening Studies
Join us for a study and fellowship
October 17- November 21
Twice a year, during Lent and in the autumn, St. Andrew's offers 6 weeks of small group studies. We begin with dinner in St. Andrew's Hall at 6 p.m. Then we continue with courses of discussion and study from 6:45 - 8 p.m. This is a great way to meet others in the Christian community and to grow in Christian faith. There is no cost; a freewill offering will be collected for the dinner.
Dinner at 6:00pm ~ Studies from 6:45 - 8:00pm
ONE THOUSAND GIFTS!-A dare to LIVE FULLY right where you are
Join Sydney Johnson for this 6 week study based on the book of the same name by Ann Voskamp.
This is an invitation to slow down, and catch God in the moment. Wake up to a thousand blessings. Discover daily moments of grace, explore the biblical lament of loss and embrace a lifestyle of radical gratitude and thanksgiving.
All in the Family: Stories from Genesis
In Genesis 11, there is an abrupt shift of focus from human prehistory, ending with the Tower of Babel story, to the history of one particular man, Abraham, and his descendants. The chronicle of this family’s successes and struggles, faithfulness and faltering, is the central theme of the remainder of the book.
Join study leader Scott Inrig and delve into some of the key episodes from that saga.
The Apostle’s Creed
The apostle’s creed is a historic statement of foundational Christian belief. We have been reciting it for almost 1800 years. In this study, with Reverend Karen Dimock, we will look at some of the historic questions that gave rise to this confession and then explore what it means for us today.
Register for the Autumn Studies:
(Register below, or on the Boards in Grant Hall)