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Worship Together at 11am | August 2

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GO DEEPER

this summer at our Knox 2015

SUMMER LEARNING SERIES!

 

THEME

Recovering the Trinity, Renewing Our Lives: Exploring the Connections

YOU ARE INVITED TO join us for this 6 week course to deepen your understanding of God, who is Father, Son and Spirit
Building on the success of the Bonhoeffer course in July 2014, this summer we are designing/hosting an adult learning series on the theme of the triune God and the profound implications for shaping our lives as Christians. This series represents our desire to offer people an opportunity to go deeper in their understanding of God by inviting them to engage in serious, challenging themes which have implications for their lives of faith.
Our hope is that short term series such as this will contribute to a deeper discipleship for the people of Knox, our friends and the wider Christian community. We believe that the slower pace of the summer season lends itself well to this kind of teaching/learning experience.
At each gathering, we will explore how the Trinity reshapes and renews our understanding and experience of such things as God’s presence in the world, our relationships, prayer, reading scripture, worship, church and mission, resulting in a deeper, more dynamic faith. In recent years, the Christian church has witnessed significant renewal as the centrality of the Trinity has been recovered. Through this learning series we are joining in this renewal of Christian understanding and practice.

TEACHERS:

The leaders/instructors for the series are: Dr. Rob Dean (Tyndale Seminary), Rev. Michael Lafleur (Infusion Ministries), Rev. Glen Soderholm (Moveable Feast), Phil Reinders and Paul Johansen (Knox Church).
This series will take place on six consecutive Wednesdays (July 8, 15, 22, 29, Aug 5, 12) from 7:30 to 9:30. There will be a worship component to each evening, offering people a place to worship during a season when they may miss Sunday worship.

TOPICS:

July 8 – Trinitarian Renewal – What’s Happening /Why It Matters? (Rob Dean)
July 15 – Everyday Life with the Triune God (Micheal Lafleur)
July 22 – Reading the Bible with the Trinity (Paul Johansen)
July 29 – Worshipping the Triune God (Glen Soderholm)
Aug 5 – Trinitarian Shaped Church and Mission (Rob Dean)
Aug 12 – Praying with the Trinity (Phil Reinders)
 

TIME:

Wednesdays @ 7:30 – 9:30 PM
* Series is open to the wider church and the public.
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