This Old House: The Renovation of the Christian Church in the 20th Century

 — Feb. 13, 200913 févr. 2009

An Ecumenical Lenten Study of five reforms that will shape the church of the 21st Century. Join Sandra Beardsall and Nick Jesson as we examine the bricks and mortar of Christ’s church and plan for the years ahead. This is a community-build, everyone has a part in building the house of God.

Topics include:

Monday, March 2 @ 6:45 pm • Checking the Blueprints — Listening Anew to the Word of God in Scripture;
Monday, March 9 @ 6:45 pm • Firming Up the Foundation — Rethinking the nature and mission of the church;
Monday, March 16 @ 6:45 pm • Moving the Walls — Reimagining the life of worship;
Monday, March 23 @ 6:45 pm • Barn-Raising Together — Searching for Christian unity; and
Monday, March 30 @ 6:45 pm • Meeting the Neighbours — Inter-religious relations.

Five Monday evenings beginning March 2 at St. James’ Anglican Church, Saskatoon (corner of Dufferin & 12th Street)
Sessions begin at 6:45 pm. No registration required.
Each evening will include prayer, fellowship, an introduction to the theme, and group discussion.

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