Kerygma, Wednesday evenings, 7:00 to 9:00 PM, taught by Pastoral assistant, Dick Mickley,

This class meets in the Community Room on the first floor. Typically there is a 5-8 week program in the fall and a 12-15 week program in the winter.

Since 1977, The Kerygma Program has served congregations worldwide by publishing quality, non-denominational resources for Bible study and recommending proven strategies for developing and sustaining effective study groups.

Kerygma's program design provides an educational strategy to give substance and shape to your Bible study group's education. Implicit in the design is the conviction that effective adult education should be structured, disciplined, intentional, cumulative and progressive. These elements encourage learning experiences that are valid and fulfilling.

Wednesday Evenings: January 9 - April 23

(15 sessions in connection with the Midweek program)

Discover why Romans is called "the most inspirational letter ever written."

Appreciate why these words to the Church in Ancient Rome echo still with energy and power.

Encounter theology in the making as Paul wrestles with enduring issues: justification and grace, sin and salvation, a vision of unity, and the faithfulness of God--the same issues that believers, old and new, have contemplated throughout the history of the Church.

This study of Romans also looks at the role that Paul's letter played in the life of seminal reformer Martin Luther, and the events surrounding the Reformation.

Resource books are $24, plus shipping & handling. Registration sheets are available on the table in the back of the sanctuary.

For questions, contact our Kerygma Coordinator: Dick Mickley