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Summer Series

During the summer we take a break from our regular class schedule and focus all of our classes on one topic. This summer’s topic is Navigating World Religions.

What does it mean to be a Christian in a world of different faith systems and beliefs? Can we be discerning and loving? How do we understand and respond to other religions? Join us as we tackle these questions and more this summer on Sundays at 9am and 10:30am. The Adult Summer Series runs July 3 through September 4.

July 3 – What does Paul mean in Philippians 2 to “Put on the mind of Christ?”

John Chaffee, ThM, Adjunct Professor of Christian Spirituality at Eastern University

July 10 – How Christian spirituality can literally save your life (and those around you)

John Chaffee, ThM, Adjunct Professor of Christian Spirituality at Eastern University

July 17 – Mission report

Allen and Sharon Mercer, Missionaries with Pioneers Mission to Hungary.

July 24 – Atheism

Rev. Allen Mercer, Missionary with Pioneers Mission to Hungary 

July 31 – The Bible and the Koran, part 1

Stephen Kim, PhD, Adjunct Professor of Old Testament at Palmer Theological Seminary

August 7 – The Bible and the Koran, part 2

Stephen Kim, PhD, Adjunct Professor of Old Testament at Palmer Theological Seminary

August 14 – Judaism

Dan Price, MDiv, Assistant Director of International Ministries at The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry

August 21 – Mormonism

Rev. Todd Johnson, Executive Pastor

August 28 – Buddhism

Rev. Terry Foester, Pastor of Church Mobilization and Groups

September 4 – Moral Therapeutic Deism

Rev. Matthew McNutt, Pastor of Students and Adult Education

Non-Summer Schedule

9:00am Class

Topic: The Gospel According to Mark

Teachers: Creighton Anderson, Sam Arthur, Jim Blosser, Craig Montgomery and Steve Taylor

Description: The Gospel of Mark is a brisk and purposeful account of Jesus’ adult life and ministry. This course involves a detailed study which will expand on the Sunday morning worship service messages on Mark. The class format is oriented toward thought questions and lively group discussion with an emphasis on life application.

10:30am Class

Topic: Ecclesiastes

Teacher: Don Kugelberg

Description: Feeling caught up in the rat race of life? Wondering what it all means? This Old Testament book remains relevant today. It is the sage’s wisdom on coming to terms with reality and coping with life as it is.

Class Videos

Watch videos from previous Adult Sunday Classes in our Teachings Archives. Videos from July 2020 though December 2021 are included.

Podcasts of the 2019 Summer Series, Faith and Science, are available via iTunes or Podbean. The speakers’ notes, when provided by the speaker, are available on MyBrandywine.