Lenten study & reflection in 2007

 — Feb. 24, 200724 févr. 2007

Each year during Lent, churches across Saskatoon encourage study and reflection on a variety of Christian topics. This year, we have the following programmes to announce. Some have already begun, but you can join in at any time.

Ecumenical Lenten Worship. The churches of the Nutana Park Ecumenical Committee are again hosting their annual Lenten worship series. The services are held Wednesday mornings at 7:30 a.m. at Calvin Goforth Presbyterian Church, 3rd Street at Sommerfeld. The services are planned and led by the various churches of the neighbourhood.

Reconsidering Jesus. This series of 5 talks will be held at Knox United Church, 838 Spadina Crescent East, Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. The program seeks to further ongoing discussion throughout the church of the relevance and meaning of Jesus in his person and works. The talks will be led by various leaders in Saskatoon’s faith community. For further details, call Knox Church at 306-244-0159.

Feb. 28 – “Tell me the stories of Jesus” (The quest for the “Real” Jesus)
Dr. Bill Richards, College of Emmanuel & St. Chad

Mar. 7 – “Jesus and the Church in the 21st century”
Very Rev. Terry Wiebe, Rector of St. John’s Cathedral

Mar. 14 – “Atonement and issues of Restorative Justice”
Fr. Bill Bernard, St. Mary’s RC Parish

Mar. 21 – “Jesus and Feminism”
Dr. Mary Ann Beavis, Professor, St. Thomas More College

Mar. 28 – “Jesus and Miracles”
Rev. Amanda Currie, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

Searching the Scriptures. This is a series of 5 talks held at St. Timothy’s Anglican Church, 2101 Lansdowne Avenue, Wednesdays from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. starting February 28. The free program will study the weekly lectionary readings with Dr. Mary Ann Beavis, a biblical scholar and professor of religious studies at St. Thomas More College. Dr. Beavis will introduce participants to historical as well as traditional Jewish and Christian methods of interpretation. To register, call 306-343-1332 or email .

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