Community Church Lenten Series: "Embracing an Adult Faith"

The Rev. Jim Adelmann.
The Rev. Jim Adelmann.

The Garden City Community Church has announced the discussion series called "Embracing an Adult Faith." The series will be held on four Wednesday night sessions beginning on March 12th Garden City Community Church.


In this four-week series participants will confront the big questions and work together toward authentic answers as the Reverend Jim Adelmann facilitates what promises to be a lively discussion among all.  Each weekly program will begin with a brief video presentation featuring renowned author and contemporary theologian, Marcus Borg, followed by a guided group discussion. Topics will include: our understanding of who God is; our understanding of Jesus and his place in contemporary faith; what we mean by “Salvation; “Christian Practices” and their value and what we think “Christian Community” is all about. 


All residents are invited to join us in this study and discussion series. For those who would like to arrive a little early, please join us a simple meal of bread and homemade soup at 7:15 pm, provided by our Board of Membership Life & Development. The study portion of the evening will start at 7:30 pm and end at 8:45 pm.


Please plan to join us as we seek to form and embrace an adult faith.  For more details, please call the Community Church office at 516-746-1700. 


The Garden City Community Church is part of the United Church of Christ and is an Open and Affirming congregation.  Worship services are Sundays at 8:30 AM in the chapel and 10:30 AM in the sanctuary, with church school for children and a crib room for infants and toddlers during the latter service. The Garden City Community Church is located at Stewart Avenue and Whitehall Blvd.  For more information, call the above number or visit our website at www.gardencitycommunitychurch.org.


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