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Faith Development for Adults

Going forward, we’ll now be able to offer education programming in-person and online. For more information or links to our Zoom gatherings, please contact our Director of Faith Development at rebecca@memorialucc.org

Memorial UCC Book Group
Meeting on Monday, March 6th at 8:30 AM at The Rolling Pin bakery. All are welcome!
The next book group selection is CARRY: A Memoir of Survival on Stolen Land, by Tori Jensen. Readers provide their own copies of the book- library, ebook, or paper. New readers are always welcome!
For more information, contact Nancy Baumgardner.

Lenten Classes coming in March- TBD
The Easter Stories with John Dominic Crossan.
Each week during the class, we’ll have a visual lecture from John Dominic Crossan guiding us through the
Easter stories.
Sessions:
1. Metaphors for Jesus’ Exaltation
2. The Western Tradition of Individual Resurrection
3. The Eastern Tradition of Universal Resurrection
4. Reconciliation of Eastern and Western
Resurrection Traditions.

Doctor Who and Theology
Every other Friday at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom
We meet online, briefly talk then go into an episode of current Doctor Who. The group will occasionally watch Classic Doctor Who. After the episode the group gathers again online for a discussion.

Sometimes the date needs to change, and the group meets on an off Friday. Check the enews for current gathering schedule or email our director of faith development at rebecca@memorialucc.org

Scripture and Scones via ZOOM!
Wednesdays from 8 to 9 a.m. in person and on Zoom. There’s a second opportunity at 6:30 pm, which is only via Zoom
Grab some coffee, tea, and a Bible (and a scone or muffin if you have one at home!) and join us for Memorial’s long-running Wednesday morning Bible study using… now gathering on Zoom and in person!

Our Bible study typically focuses on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for the upcoming Sunday.

To join us on Zoom contact Pastor Kris.


Mission Statement
To create and promote opportunities for religious education, spiritual growth, and intergenerational connections for our members and friends throughout their lifespans.

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