November 3 & 10 – “The Four Gospels” with Dr. Paul Berge
Dr. Berge is a retired professor of the New Testament at Luther Seminary. “The Four Gospels” study is an engaging and marvelous way to see the uniqueness and richness of the four-gospel tradition. During these two Sundays, we will see that each gospel in its literary beauty and purpose “that you may believe, ‘Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God,’ and that believing you may have life in his name” (John 20:31).
November 17 – led by Pastor Karna
November 24 – Alicia Rodriguez, Office Manager, Saint Paul Area Synod, will speak on the strategy known as AMMPARO (Accompanying Migrant Minors with Protection, Advocacy, Representation and Opportunities). Designed to meet the needs of thousands of unaccompanied children and migrant families who come to the U.S. each year, it trains volunteers through its Guardian Angels program. They accompany migrant children and families as they go through the U.S. immigration court system, providing the physical presence of the church in the courtroom. Learn how our synod has gotten involved.
December 8 – No forum – Cantata
December 15 – A look at Advent – led by Elaine Clark and Maxine Enfield