Hope Lutheran Church
Enriching Our Lives:
Fall/Winter Adult Education Opportunities
Sundays between services in the Music Room
Lutheran Spirituality: October 6, 13, 27
“I’m spiritual, but not religious.” This is a common phrase, but what does it mean? Lutheran and spirituality are two words we don’t often hear together. Join us to explore elements of Lutheran spirituality, attitudes, convictions and practices that can help us grow in our relationships with God and one another.
The Book of Jonah: November 3, 10, 17
The Book of Jonah is more than a whale of a tale (the big fish is only in three verses of the story!) We'll look closely at the story of Jonah and learn some things about God and ourselves that may surprise, even disturb us, and yet should comfort as well.
Advent Study - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
November 24, December 1, 8, 15
The classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge is a cherished symbol of Christmas. Join us as we read together the original A Christmas Carol as a people of faith. Within the story are themes of hope, redemption, transofmration, the work of the Spirit, and the Christian life which makes this a perfect study for the Advent season.
Please plan to join us for a time of fellowship and discussion as often as you are able. If you can’t be at the first session of a study, all is not lost! You can come to the second, or third and still find something to take away and ponder. This is a time of experimentation with adult education, so your feedback is essential as we move forward.
In Christ, Pastor Dave Smith