New Semester Series Begins Tuesday, August 26th at 7 pm in University Ministries
One day, Jesus asked some of his followers, “Who do people say I am?” Their responses were interesting but ultimately missed the mark. Then Jesus asked them, “Who do you say I am?”
This question of Jesus’ identity (and for some, his very existence) has consumed people for almost two millennia. Billions of people believe in Jesus, but certainly all do not believe in the “same” Jesus. Perhaps the image of Jesus you have grown up with has been challenged as well; now you have doubts and questions of your own.
Each Tuesday, starting August 26th, we will share worship and Bible study together. Our study, which focuses on Jesus and questions about his life, will also be guided by Will Willimon’s book Why Jesus? (no, you don’t have to read the book to participate).
I hope you will join in this time of worship, study, and fellowship through Holy Communion. Please invite others who have questions about Jesus. Together let’s open ourselves to encountering Jesus, the most interesting figure of all time. See you on Tuesdays at 7 pm in University Ministries.
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