Eastern Mennonite Seminary class set to begin January 29
Conversations in Contemporary Anabaptist Theology and Ethics, 3 credits
(can be used as a Gateway course)
This course will be held at Dock Woods Community in Lansdale, PA on Tuesdays,
6:30-9:30 p.m., January 29 through May 6, taught by Steve Kriss.
Focus on the tensions and possibilities for Anabaptist theology in the 20th and 21st Century.
Join with other emerging and experienced leaders to discuss and consider how we encounter God and how we act in the watching world.
Reading includes J. Denny Weaver, John Howard Yoder, H.S. Bender, Greg Boyd. Registration limited to 15. Can be audited as well and is eligible for scholarship from the Area Conference Leadership Fund. For more information, www.emu.edu/lancaster/seminary
Cultivate Connecting Communities: A Learning Community
As communities in Jesus Christ, Franconia Mennonite Conference and Eastern District Conference are sponsoring this eight session learning community designed to help congregations strengthen their identity, grow in awareness of their congregational culture, improve effectiveness, find joy in their work, and find ways to grow inwardly and outwardly.
These sessions will take place on Monday evenings from February 11 – April 14 at Plains Mennonite Church. For details and registration information, visit the following link: