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11/24/2019 - A Child’s Christmas in Scotland

November 24, 2019 • Rev'd Canon John Bolton

Father Bolton, who has been an Episcopal Priest for over fifty-five years, shared his memories of Christmas as a child in Scotland. What were his favorite family traditions? What other Christmas traditions has he seen over the years that might have special meaning for us today? Listen to this informal sharing of beloved memories and traditions!

3/8/2020 - From Genesis to Jesus: What can the Torah Tell Us About Christ

March 8, 2020 • Rev’d C. Dean Taylor

For centuries, Christians have made the grave error of seeing Jesus’ life, teachings, and even resurrection as “separate” from the Hebrew Scriptures that he himself read and followed. What are those connections that we must make now? What new discoveries in history, literary analysis, and even archaeology, shed light on the most ancient texts in the Bible? Topics include, “Was Adam a Neanderthal?” “Adam and Eve: the first Love Story”; “Cain and Abel: ‘Mom always liked you best’!” “Isaac to Abraham: ‘Um, Dad, where did you say that sacrifice was’?” and other themes until, by the end of Lent, we will explore the major ways that we have viewed the Crucifixion and Resurrection itself. Join Interim Rector Dean Taylor as he explores these timeless, sacred stories in a new way!

3/1/2020 - From Genesis to Jesus: What can the Torah Tell Us About Christ

March 1, 2020 • Rev’d C. Dean Taylor

For centuries, Christians have made the grave error of seeing Jesus’ life, teachings, and even resurrection as “separate” from the Hebrew Scriptures that he himself read and followed. What are those connections that we must make now? What new discoveries in history, literary analysis, and even archaeology, shed light on the most ancient texts in the Bible? Topics include, “Was Adam a Neanderthal?” “Adam and Eve: the first Love Story”; “Cain and Abel: ‘Mom always liked you best’!” “Isaac to Abraham: ‘Um, Dad, where did you say that sacrifice was’?” and other themes until, by the end of Lent, we will explore the major ways that we have viewed the Crucifixion and Resurrection itself. Join Interim Rector Dean Taylor as he explores these timeless, sacred stories in a new way!

2/23/2020 - From Genesis to Jesus: What can the Torah Tell Us About Christ

February 23, 2020 • Rev’d C. Dean Taylor

For centuries, Christians have made the grave error of seeing Jesus’ life, teachings, and even resurrection as “separate” from the Hebrew Scriptures that he himself read and followed. What are those connections that we must make now? What new discoveries in history, literary analysis, and even archaeology, shed light on the most ancient texts in the Bible? Topics include, “Was Adam a Neanderthal?” “Adam and Eve: the first Love Story”; “Cain and Abel: ‘Mom always liked you best’!” “Isaac to Abraham: ‘Um, Dad, where did you say that sacrifice was’?” and other themes until, by the end of Lent, we will explore the major ways that we have viewed the Crucifixion and Resurrection itself. Join Interim Rector Dean Taylor as he explores these timeless, sacred stories in a new way!