Christian Education

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Scripture commands us to “be transformed by the renewing of your mind” (Rom. 12:2). By grappling with Biblical themes & real-life issues, our classes seek the transformation of the character & heart of God’s people in God’s world.

Fall Session

The fall Christian Education session will be held September 24 - December 10. See the calendar events below for a description of our upcoming classes!

 

Christian Education Class Resources

For more information contact: Acacia Abraham

Upcoming Ministry Events

  • Christian Education | Morning Classes

    Christian Education • Recurring Event

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    Details

    Sundays 9:45-10:45 AM

    Bible Study for Internationals

    Int’l Bible Study Team (Park Street Room)

    Study the Bible with other internationals. Be inspired and transformed by the Word of God. All internationals welcomed, including families with kids in children's programs.


    College Class: The Essentials

    Chris & Liz Lawson (Terrace Room)

    Whether we're new to the Christian faith or we've been walking with God for years, grounding ourselves in the essential elements of our faith is critical to our spiritual growth. Join us in this 10-part series as we take a closer look at the foundational elements and practices of the Christian faith such as the doctrine of the Trintiy, our assurance of salvation, and the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives.


    God's People in Exile & Their Return to the Land

    Perry & Elaine Phillips (Granary Room)

    This class is designed to follow last year’s focus on 1 and 2 Kings—the history of Israel and Judah in the Land. This term we will consider the radical changes God’s people faced in the cosmopolitan culture of Babylon and later Persia. For the minority who did return to Judah, the challenges of being a persecuted minority were equally daunting. In both cases, the lessons for us are powerful.


    Genesis

    Mary Harvey, Norm Graf (Common Room)

    Genesis narrates incredible stories involving God at work in the lives of his people. Moses’s first book seeks to educate God’s people concerning foundational ideas and beliefs that were vital for God’s people to know and remember. Through these stories, Moses presents profound truths of God’s character, promises, presence, and his covenant with his people that can vitally affect our faith today. Come explore these with us.

    Location: Park Street Church (One Park Street, Boston, MA 2108)

    Date: Repeats every week every Sunday until Sun Dec 10 2017 except Sun Nov 05 2017.

    • Time: 9:45 - 10:45AM