A Season of Learning – Fall 2020
A new season offers innovative ways to deepen your understanding and belief. Join members and friends of Second as we continue to learn and grow in our faith. This fall, Second will provide classes in both an outdoor/socially distant in-person model and also online discussion.
Resources for Christians and Seekers – Faithful Living in a Complex World (Online discussion)
- September 30rd – 7 to 8 pm – A continuation of the meeting on September 23rd on The History of Religion and Politics in America – Based on the writings of Martin E. Marty, Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus at the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.
- Click here for the reading material for September 23
- Click here for the reading material for September 30
- Click here for the Zoom link
- Meeting ID: 881 1389 7197
- Passcode: 572176
- October 7th, 14th, 21st , and November 11th – 7 to 8 pm – Civility: American Politics and Christian Responses – Based on James Calvin Davis’ book: In Defense of Civility: How Religion Can Unite America on Seven Moral Issues
- November 18th – 7 to 8 pm – Bridging the Generation Gap through Storytelling – Written by Nancy Ferguson, PCUSA Certified Christian Educator and former Director at Camp Hanover in Richmond, VA.
Contact Pastor David Holden: email@example.com. Please sign up in advance via this address so that you will receive the brief weekly reading and online invitation.
Sundays – The Present Word (In person – Outdoors in the Courtyard at Second)
Daily readings from both the Old and New Testaments and a brief weekly lesson for discussion. Bring your own chair, refreshments, and a mask and join us at 9:00 a.m. In case of inclement weather, the class will move indoors to the Fellowship Hall. Contact Joanne Olson-Biglieri: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch for upcoming announcements about Adult Learning during Advent!