Muffin Club (Bible Study)

This lay-led Bible study group meets every second Sunday at 8:30 a.m. from October to June (and breaks for the summer) over coffee, tea and muffins. Started in 1988, Muffin Club members select passages from the Bible, devotional books or other study resources and lead sessions. In this way, we grow in our walk with God and understand more about His Word as well as our role in the world around his. The Muffin Club supports efforts of local outreach, including purchasing turkeys and providing Christmas dinners for families in need and donating to “Our Daily Bread” publishers.

Contact: Harry Soper or one of our ministers.

2019 Spring Faith Study

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Join Our Spring Faith Study as we explore “A Faith of Your Own”

If you have a hunger to know what you believe this is the place to be.

Five Wednesday Nights, May 1st to May 29th in the MacKinnon Chapel.

A faith should be a living thing. What we believe necessarily evolves in response to insights into the Bible, to questions or doubts we face, to changes in life circumstances, or to things that happen in the larger world. Nevertheless, Christians often find it helpful to identify what they can most fully believe at a given moment. Such clarity empowers the present and leads us toward the future. With that foundational knowledge, participants can make a judgment as to which viewpoints seem more or less persuasive to them personally.

Topics include; God, Jesus, The Holy Spirit, the Trinity, God’s purpose, the Church, evil, other religions…Author, professor and theologian Ronald Allen offers clearly written, concise, balanced chapters on each topic, giving the reader the best argument for each of the Christian approaches to these challenging topics. Allen is painstakingly fair!

Please join us. A sign-up sheet will be available outside the sanctuary on the bulletin board. If you want to order the book please indicate that on the sheet, though you do not need the book to participate in the study. Contact the Office for the book cost details