Learning Together       

for the

   Transformation

       of the World

 

Spiritual Growth Study:

 

Living as a Covenant Community

 

iving as a Covenant Community 

This study examines major covenants throughout the Bible and what they reveal about God’s character and eternal love for us. It will enhance your understanding of how God works with us, in us, and through us.

 

 

 

 

Study Leaders:

Rev. Jo Biggerstaff,   Vicki Busby         

                                   $10.00 M3291

 

Geographic Study:

 

Missionary Conferences of The United Methodist Church in the United States

issionary Conferences of The United Methodist Church in the United States

This study gives the reader a foundational understanding of mission and ministries of the three U.S. missionary conferences of The United Methodist Church: Alaska United Methodist Conference, Red Bird Missionary Conference, and Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference. 108 pp.

 

Study Leaders:                   

$10.00 M3284

            Peggy Larney

Rev. David Green (Sat. Only)

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Issue Study:  Climate Justice:

A Call to Hope and Action

fayefunk:Desktop:CJ_FC_PBD.jpgThis study invites you to understand climate justice, which means setting right our relationships with each other and the earth. Climate injustice is the result of climate change. The study will challenge you to see what needs to happen for climate justice to become a reality in the world today. The church needs to more powerfully model a way of doing it differently. This will entail not just focusing on the environment, but also asking hard questions regarding financial profit, a growing economy, our independent way of thinking and our understanding of efficiency.

 

Study leaders:

Rev. Tom Downing

$10 .00 M3265

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joined and Held Together - Children's Mission Study

 

oined and Held Together - Children's Mission Study Children will learn how the missionary conferences connect us to each other and to the history of our church. The four sessions explore our connections and our differences and will encourage children ages 5–12 to see how both strengthen our community and our place within it.

Study Leader:                Mae Alexander                $10.00 M3288