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Adult Education – Advent 2021

Advent in… From the Annunciation to the Alleluias, Advent is a season of Anticipation. In music, art, movement and speech, we look forward to the birth of Christ. Come, Lord Jesus! Audio recordings will be posted below each class description.

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Lenten Devotions 2022 – Call for Writers

Ash Wednesday, 3/2/22 – Easter Sunday, 4/17/22 Would you consider writing a meditation for our 2022 Lenten daily devotional series? We are always hoping to encourage new writers to join us. These messages of faith and encouragement have become a

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Adult Education – Fall ’21 Linked-In Learning Series

Together Again: Biblical Stories of Reunion & Restoration As we slowly return to cooperate worship and gatherings within our own community, come explore how earlier generations of believers have learned from and experienced reunion. Listen to familiar stories of redemption and

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Fall ’21 Small Groups – Evaluation

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Fall 2021 Small Groups

As we slowly emerge from this pandemic, the knowledge that there is no return to “normal” or a pre-pandemic past becomes more clear with each passing month. The last year and a half have changed us and our community in

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Adult Education – Emerging Leaders of the Church (9/26-10/10)

Come meet the next generation of leaders for the church and academy. We are excited to introduce three seminary students on three distinct educational paths. Learn how they are combining their unique skills and background with their training at Princeton

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Adult Education – September 12 & 19

Azusa Reimagined: What this revival teaches us today To be Christian is to be Pentecostal. But what does “being Pentecostal” mean? These two adult Sunday school sessions suggest that reclaiming the Azusa Street Revival of 1906 for the church can help

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June 2021 – Adult Education

June 20 & 27, 2021 Erik H. Erikson: Resource for Insight and Self-Reflection with Rubén Arjona, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Care at Union Presbyterian Seminary. The German-American psychologist Erik H. Erikson is well-know for his psychosocial theory of human development.

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May 2021 – Adult Education

On Life’s Journey Princeton Presbyterians of the Westminster Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to the faithful discipleship of undergraduate and graduate students in Princeton. Andrew & Len Scales have been serving as the Presbyterian Chaplains at Princeton University and

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Lectio Divina – Adult Education (4/25 & 5/2)

Lectio Divina with Ignatius of Loyola St. Benedict introduced the church to a rich form of Scripture meditation called lectio divina, but Ignatius of Loyola in the 16th C. added imaginative depth to the practice, which we would like to

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