Why are there so many different religions?  How should Christians view other religions? How is God at work in other religions? And what is the fate of those who earnestly pursue God through other religions?

Join us for a thoughtful and enlightening study of five major world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity. We will hear from practitioners of these five traditions, using Adam Hamilton’s 6-week series: Christianity and World Religions: Wrestling with Questions People Ask.

During the season of Lent, there will be Sunday morning and Sunday evening opportunities to engage this study, ask questions, and learn from one another and from those who worship differently than we do. Study books will be available starting Ash Wednesday (March 1). Attendance at all classes is not mandatory for attending any classes.  Childcare may be provided on request.

The study schedule is as follows:

March 5
Questions People Ask

March 12
Hinduism*

March 19
Buddhism*

March 26
Islam*

April 2
Judaism*

April 9
Christianity

*dates may be switched depending
on the availability of local speakers

Morning sessions will be held during the Sunday School hour (9:45-10:30am). Evening sessions will be held late-afternoon (4:00-6:00pm).

Participants are welcome to attend either morning or evening, or both; morning sessions will include discussion and video; evening sessions will cover the whole lesson including bible study, video, discussion, group activity, and follow-up assignments for the coming week.

To sign up, ask questions, or order a study book, talk to Pastor Sara.