Thursday, May 24, 2018

UKirk Bible Study for All

An Intergenerational Bible Study: Esther
The story of Esther is one of the funniest, complicated, inspiring, and important stories in the Hebrew Bible. This summer, UKirk will host a six-session Bible study on the Book of Esther starting on Wednesday, May 30th at 1pm at UPerk. We hope for this to be an intergenerational study and for members of area Presbyterian churches to join us. The class will cover the Book of Esther, in it's entirety, and focus on topics like: faithful living in a complicated world, privilege, and hope in desperate situations. The study will be academically and spiritually enriching as Andy will be presenting crucial background information and context to help deepen the significance of the story for our faith lives. If you have never taken part in a Bible study, this would be a great opportunity to learn how to read the Bible more thoughtfully (while, at the same time, reading an entire book in the Bible). We hope that you will join us for this wonderful inter-generational opportunity to study God's Word and deepen our faith.

Bible Study will take place at UPerk (1831 Melrose Avenue) at 1pm. Please RSVP for parking to 

Lesson Dates:
Wednesday, May 30th
 – Overview of Esther and how to study the Bible
Tuesday, June 12th – Chapters 1 and 2
Tuesday, June 26th – Chapters 3 and 4
Tuesday, July 10th – Chapters 5 and 6
Tuesday, Juley 24th – Chapters 7 and 8
Tuesday, August 7th – Chapters 9 and 10 + Wrap-up

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