Seminary Abridged - Spring 2019 Registration
All classes are free & taught by Rev. Alex Williams at the church.
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Introduction to the Old Testament (4-week lecture course)
Many Christians spend most of their time in the New Testament. However, any time Jesus referred to scripture, he was talking about the Hebrew Scriptures, or what we call the Old Testament. There is a lot more to these amazing scriptures than just plagues, arks, and a big Jonah-eating fish. Join us as we explore the fascinating Hebrew Scriptures during January!

4-week course meets on Tuesdays @7pm on these dates: January 8, 15, 22, 29

Methodism (4-week lecture & discussion course)
You may not be aware of this, but our denomination is at a global crossroad. What our denomination will look like going forward is uncertain, however that is something we Methodists are well-accustomed to after a few hundred years of separating and uniting to become what we are today. In this class, we will learn Methodist history & theology, discuss the current situation and the possible implications, and then have a follow-up discussion after the called General Conference concludes in St. Louis.

4-week course meets on Tuesdays @7pm on these dates: February 5, 12, 19, 26

Romans (4-week discussion course)
Romans is sometimes called Paul’s gospel. Romans is the longest letter that Paul wrote and the most comprehensive view of his theology. In many ways, Paul’s theology has formed the foundation of Christian doctrine, so we want to return to the source and discuss what Paul wrote and how it affects our lives. Join us during Lent as we read and discuss this seminal letter from the most prolific New Testament author.

4-week course meets on Tuesdays @7pm on these dates: March 19, 26, April 2, 9

Jesus and Salvation (4-week lecture and discussion course)
Every Christian church believes that Christ gives us salvation, but what does that mean? Who was Jesus and how have we misunderstood him just like those he encountered? What does it mean to be saved? Saved from what? How does this work? Can we lose our salvation? Is all this really just about getting into heaven? Did Jesus have to die for us to be saved? What about people who lived before the time of Jesus? Starting the Tuesday following Easter, we will explore and discuss these questions together.

4-week course meets on Tuesdays @7pm on these dates: April 23, 30, May 7, 14

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