This fall, Doylestown (Pa) Mennonite Church will be hosting an evening series of fellowship, prayer, worship, and teaching centered around the book of Revelation.
The Revelation of John is one of the most mystifying books of the Bible. Filled with bizarre imagery and frightening visions, it has terrorized and confused Christians for thousands of years. But it is also one of the most hopeful books of the Bible, and its vision of Jesus Christ, the Lamb who was slain, as the master of all history can help us make sense of this chaotic life as we learn to view it through God’s eyes.
Theology student Rob Arner, a recent graduate of Eastern Mennonite Seminary and current Doctoral student at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, will offer the chance to get inside the world of John’s Revelation, to understand what it meant for its first readers, and explore what it can mean for us today. Arner and his wife are part of the Doylestown congregation.
Join the discussion and worship at 7:15 pm each Wednesday during September and October, at Doylestown Mennonite Church and gain some perspective on the New Testament’s most puzzling book.