Overview of the Bible from a feminine Perspective
Over five or six Sundays during Lent, we will cover the entire bible. Each class will stand independently, but you are encouraged to attend all of the classes so that you come away with a good understanding of what the Bible is all about. While we will look at the Bible from a feminine perspective, this class isn’t geared toward women only.
Join us Sundays during Lent beginning February 18. Through the six weeks of Lent, in worship, we will explore the theme of Lament. To lament is to express sorrow, mourning, or regret, in a passionate way. Through the series we will affirm that expressing our emotions is an act of faith. We will look at the many themes of Lament, such as grief, sadness, protest, hurt, confusion, wilderness, and bewilderment, that particularly resonate with the themes of Lent. We will explore how when we lament individually and as a community, we open our hearts to God. We will remind ourselves that even in Lament, hope is found, for we trust that God is always with us, we are never alone. In our worship we will also create a safe place for finding comfort in our lament.
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Disciples of Christ: A unique form of American Protestantism, the church grew up on the American frontier in the early 1800’s. Today the church is known in some places as the Christian Church and in others as the Disciples. The denomination numbers a million members in 4,200 congregations in the United States and Canada. Congregations of the Christian Church are congregationally governed and there is one primary requirement for membership: belief in Jesus Christ.
Our church: Southern Hills Christian Church was organized in 1966. In 1968 the first unit of our present facility was completed. In 1975, 1982 and 1992 new facilities for fellowship and education were added. Additional classrooms were added in 2000 and the complete refurbishing of the sanctuary, gathering area, and offices was accomplished in 2001.
The church continues to strive to be true to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.