The Shape of Salvation in the Gospel of Luke
Sundays, 9:30 a.m., in the Assembly Room
unless otherwise noted
Come explore the Shape of Salvation in the Gospel of Luke this Lent. In Luke’s narrative, Jesus preaches salvation for all who believe in him. But what does salvation mean? Is it only a future hope or possibly a present reality? What are Jesus’ followers saved from? And what are they (and we) saved to?
Join us each Sunday morning as Eric Barreto leads us through the Gospel of Luke, examining not only the Biblical and historical context of Luke’s narrative of Jesus’ life and ministry but also its timely and timeless impact on our lives today.
Be linked in for Lent: each week small groups will study the same texts from a more personal and contemplative point of view, and Pastor Davis will preach them in Worship.
Download the Lent 2020 Brochure (pdf)
for more details and speaker bios
March 1 | Eric Barreto
Promise Fulfilled: Jesus saves us from hopelessness to hope.
Weekly | In-Depth Bible Study with George Hunsinger
Sundays, 9:15 a.m. (resumes March 8)
Maclean House (Garden Entrance)
George Hunsinger continues with a verse-by verse examination of the Letter to the Colossians.