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New Bible Study (Lent)

Exploring Christianity Together


As we continue our journey in faith, I am excited to invite you to embark on a new adventure of learning and discovery through a Bible study like no other.


Starting on February 20th, we will gather in the church gathering place from 2 pm to 3:30 pm for a special series led by our dear brother, Craig Brady. Craig brings a wealth of experience and a heart dedicated to understanding and cherishing our diverse Christian traditions.


Craig's journey is as unique as it is inspiring. A 20-year Lutheran and 48-year Presbyterian, he retired as a Battalion Chief from a Midwest Fire Department, and his career also included roles as a pilot and an Air Traffic Controller. His dedication to the Fire Service's philosophy of "Do No Harm" mirrors his spiritual quest to deepen his relationship with God.


In this Bible study, Craig will share his research on different Christian denominations, not to compare but to foster understanding, appreciation, and collaboration. We will delve into the rich tapestry of Christian history, exploring the beliefs and practices that unite us as well as the beautiful nuances that make each denomination unique.


But this study isn't just about learning facts and figures. It's about getting to know one another and those beyond the stained glass windows of our own tradition. It's about building bridges of understanding and love that extend beyond our church walls.


The goal is simple: to know more about Christianity to understand ourselves and our neighbors better. Through interactive discussions, videos, and additional resources provided by Craig, we will deepen our knowledge of the gospel and its impact on our lives.


Together, we will strive to fulfill the greatest commandment: to love our neighbors as ourselves.

This Bible study will run from February 20th to March 26th, every Tuesday afternoon. There is no formal curriculum to purchase—all materials will be provided by Craig, and his research will be available to all participants.


I encourage each and every one of you to join us on this enlightening journey. Let's come together as a community to explore, learn, and grow in faith and understanding.




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