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Why Join Adult Education at Brick Church?

The Christian life is a journey, and we never cease to travel, learn, and grow. Adult education offerings at The Brick Church are meant to help church members and friends on their spiritual journeys. We join in Adult Education to grow in faith in the God revealed in Jesus Christ, to understand the Bible and the Christian tradition, to apply our faith as we engage in conversation with the world, and to live fully and faithfully as individuals and with our neighbors. Come grow and learn.


Lenten Lecture: Mary and Jesus in the Garden

Dr. Deirdre Good
Sunday, March 29th​
10:00 a.m. in the Living Room.
Bring friends and enjoy the coffee, tea and morning refreshments.
Child care available on the Youth Floor. 
 

As an additional lecture during Lent, Deirdre Good will lead us in a discussion about Mary Magdalene, describing the two contrasting strands of interpretation in text, art and music in order to ask how the encounter between Mary and Jesus in the garden generates and sustains both readings of ban (in the command "Do Not Touch Me") and blessing (in a meeting between a woman and the beloved she sought beyond death).

 
Dr. Good is a Professor of New Testament at The General Theological Seminary in NYC specializing in the Synoptic Gospels, Christian Origins, non-canonical writings and biblical languages (Greek and Coptic). While she is an American citizen, she grew up in Kenya where her parents were missionaries. 

Upcoming Series: Evangelism, A Dirty Word?

This series offers the chance to explore this often ignored theology and redefine its significance for all of us, especially post Easter. 
 
Sunday, April 12: The History of Evangelism
Dr. Darrell Guder, Princeton Theological Seminary
 
Dr. Guder recently retired from his position as Princeton Theological Seminary's Henry Winters Luce Professor of Missional and Ecumenical Theology.
 
Sunday, April 19: Karl Barth's Impact on Evangelism
Kaitlyn Dugan, Princeton Theological Seminary
 
In 2013, Ms. Dugan graduated with a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and is pursuing part-time distance Ph.D. studies in systematic theology from the University of Aberdeen. Ms. Dugan also manages the Center for Barth Studies at Princeton Theological Seminary. 
 
Sunday, April 26: Reimagining Evangelism in a Pluralistic World
Dr. Richard Osmer, Princeton Theological Seminary
 
Dr. Osmer is Princeton Theological Seminary's Ralph B. and Helen S. Ashenfelter Professor of Mission and Evangelism in its Department of Practical Theology. ​

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