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Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 until Nov. 7, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The United Churches of North Toronto have teamed up to offer a year-round experience of adult education. We invite everyone, whether they attend church or not, to explore spirituality with us by attending!
Our offerings this year kickoff with a workshop entitled “The Art of the Sacred,” where class members will both explore the Psalms and the Lord’s Prayer, and experiment with writing their own. Two book-club groups will follow. First off, we’ll read Marcus Borg’s last book, Convictions; How I learned What Matters Most, and that will be followed by reading Phillip Newell’s The Rebirthing of God: Christianity’s Struggle for New Beginnings. Our final offering will be a class entitled “Constantly Becoming.” This group will explore Christianity’s beliefs about things like prayer, the sacraments, confession and forgiveness from a theologically progressive point of view.
Each book study starts at 7:00 pm.
September 25 – October 16, 2018
The Art of the Sacred: Exploration of Prayers and the Psalms through Creative Art at Glebe Rd. United Church, 20 Glebe Rd. E. with Rev. Cynthia O’Connell. This will be an arts based workshop, a study of the Lord’s Prayer (with a write your own version component), writing Psalms and a visual arts project. The book will be “Writing the Sacred: A Psalm-Inspired Path to Appreciating and Writing Sacred Poetry” by Ray Mcginnis.
November 7 through December, 2018
Convictions: How I Learned What Matters Most – a book study by Marcus Borg at Lawrence Park Community Church, 2180 Bayview Ave. with Rev. John Suk.
January 15 through February 2019
The Re-birthing of God: Christianity’s Struggle for New Beginnings – a John Phillip Newell book study at Leaside United Church, 822 Millwood Rd. with Rev. Emily Gordon.
March 6 through April 2019
Constantly Becoming. An examination of prayer, sacraments, sin and forgiveness from a Progressive Perspective – at Eglinton St. George United Church, 35 Lytton Blvd. with Rev. Paul Hutchinson.
All are welcome.