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9:00am Sunday Morning Education Hour

A Study of Galatians: Throughout the month of May (and the first two weeks of June), we studied the book of Galatians. It is thought to be the first of Paul’s letters, an astonishing text written to a community who had forgotten or simply neglected the very message of freedom the Apostle had originally proclaimed. The book remains ever so pertinent to our lives as Christians living in the 21st century. You can listen to the recordings of the weekly sessions below:

May 2nd recording
May 9th recording unavailable due to technical difficulties
May 16th recording
May 23rd recording
May 30th recording
June 6th recording
June 13th recording

The events below are on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

OSLC Book Club

As the name suggests, this group gathers to discuss a book. It is another great place to get to know others in the congregation. For information on dates and current book selections, check the Focus newsletter.

Companions Bible Study (weekly on Fridays at 12:30pm)

Bible study – meets in the church library

Hope Circle (monthly in-home gatherings)

The Hope Circle is a monthly gatherings of women in the congregation. They are led and hosted by individuals in the congregation. For information on dates, times, and current studies, check the Focus newsletter.

For more opportunities for adults to get involved, check the Focus newsletter.

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