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Who Wants to be a Heretic? – The Story of Our Faith
Last semester, we learned that none of the biblical authors was an orthodox Christian.
So, how did the faith as we know it come to be?
Walk with us through the first 500 years of the Church as we encounter bitter controversy, zealous martyrs, and the struggle to discern the Truth.
A five-week series beginning Wednesday, January 13, led by Mthr. Hill.
Forgive and Forget… But How?
The pains of the past can hold us hostage.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu reminds us “without forgiveness there is no future.”
Forgiveness frees us to heal and move forward.
Forgiveness is a spiritual work.
Join us in that work as we journey with Jesus this Lent toward Jerusalem and the Cross.
A five-week series beginning Wednesday, February 24, led by Fr. Jambor.
Textbooks will be the New Oxford Annotated Bible with Apocrypha (RSV) and the Book of Common Prayer. If you still have these books from Fall Christian Education, retain them for these classes. If you need to borrow them from the church for this semester, please contact Julien Cirrincione at Julien@asecfw.org to make arrangements.