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Adult Education this Fall

Dear Friends,

Many thanks to all of you who offered your time and gifts to an exciting and inspiring kick off weekend.  Let a new program year in mission begin.  Below are some opportunities to grow in faith in the Sundays ahead at 9:30 AM.

The Creed (meeting downstairs in Jerusalem Room)

An overview of the major doctrines  of the Nicene Creed, how they were formulated, the history and heresies the creed addresses, and how the creed continues to speak to us in a changing context.  



Genesis: In the Beginning (meeting upstairs in Daniel's Den)

An overview of major stories and figures in this first book of the Hebrew Scriptures, how they shaped Israel as a community of faith, and how they still shape us today.

Looking Ahead: Inquirers Class (meeting November 6 &13 in Narthex / Church lobby)
A small group for those looking for an introduction or refresher on Lutheran Christianity and also for those who have questions about the mission and ministries of St. Andrew's Church.  Come join us and also think about inviting others who are newer to our congregation or community.

 Thanks be to God that many of you had an opportunity for rest and renewal over the summer months.  May God give us the strength we need for the challenges and opportunities ahead to bear Christ's presence to others at St. Andrew's and in our daily lives.
Grace and Peace,
Pastor Mueller
standrewslutheran.com
pray-as-you-go.org

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