Adult Education – November 2017

Facing Challenge

Sundays, 9:15 a.m, in the Assembly Room unless otherwise noted.

For a look at Adult Education offerings through December, download the brochure: Adult Education Nov Dec 2017 (pdf).


Dealing with Depression and Suicide

Larry Alphs

November 5

Depression and suicide are common mental disorders that have an impact on our ability to function. They severely impact those living with these disorders and their families and friends.  Globally, more than 300 million of God’s people suffer from depression, the leading cause of disability. Explore new insights into understanding and managing these diseases.

Larry Alphs currently works for Janssen Pharmaceuticals and serves as co-moderator of adult education at Nassau.  He is a psychiatrist and neuropharmacologist by training.  For the past twenty-five years he has worked as a clinical scientist in the pharmaceutical industry, doing Phase I-IV work in a variety of disorders including schizophrenia, suicidality, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, epilepsy, neuropathic pain, and traumatic brain injury.


Ongoing through May 13

In-Depth Bible Study: First Corinthians

George Hunsinger

9:15 AM
Maclean House

George Hunsinger returns for the 21st year to lead this verse-by-verse examination of the First Letter of Paul to the Corinthians. Bibles are available for use during the class. Find them on the Deacon Desk by the church kitchen. Class meets next door in Maclean House (Garden Entrance).


November 5, 12, 19; December 3

A Romp through the Bible (Fall: Old Testament)

William R. (Bill) Phillippe

9:30 AM
Niles Chapel

True to the definition of romp, “to play boisterously,” Phillippe will move participants quickly through the 39 books of the Old Testament and do it with a style he believes the writers would approve, even if the some biblical interpreters might not. One reviewer of Phillippe’s book says, “Phillippe’s work will be seen by some as blithe and brash. That’s the best part. He takes us on a tour of what and where and why the Bible happened, and by peeling off the dusty old trappings he brings to light an enchanted story about people, and a God, we’d like to know better.” Copies of the book will be provided free to the first 12 participants.

William R. (Bill) Phillippe, upon retirement, chose to move to Princeton primarily so he could worship and engage at Nassau Presbyterian Church. He is a retired Presbyterian minister and author of A Romp through the Bible, and most recently, The Pastor’s Diary. Bill has served a number of churches as pastor, was a Synod Executive for 10 years, and has served as Acting Executive Director of the General Assembly Mission Council.


Refugees Matter

Deborah Amos

November 12

Deborah Amos of NPR will bring us an update on current refugee resettlement developments, with a focus on the Canadian scene. Deborah is taking a Princeton University class to the province of Manitoba to report on Canada’s private resettlement program, where individual Canadian families sponsor a refugee family until they get established.

Deborah Amos covers the Middle East for NPR News with reports heard on “Morning Edition,” “All Things Considered,” and “Weekend Edition.”


China’s Rise and U.S. Security Interests in Asia

Tom Christensen

November 19

How does the growth of China’s economic, military, and political power pose challenges and opportunities for the United States and its Asian allies and security partners?  Explore the response to North Korea’s nuclear weapons development and China’s maritime disputes with its neighbors.

Thomas J. Christensen is William P. Boswell Professor of World Politics of Peace and War and Director of the China and the World Program at Princeton University. At Princeton he is also faculty director of the Masters of Public Policy Program and the Truman Scholars Program.  From 2006-2008 he served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs with responsibility for relations with China, Taiwan, and Mongolia. His research and teaching focus on China’s foreign relations, the international relations of East Asia, and international security.  His most recent book, The China Challenge:  Shaping the Choices of a Rising Power (W.W. Norton, 2015) was an editors’ choice at the New York Times Book Review and was selected as “Book of the Week” on CNN”s Fareed Zakaria GPS.  Before arriving at Princeton in 2003, Professor Christensen taught at Cornell University and MIT. He received his B.A. with honors in History from Haverford College, M.A. in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania, and Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University. He has served on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and as co-editor of the International History and Politics series at Princeton University Press. He is currently the Chair of the Editorial Board of the Nancy B. Tucker and Warren I. Cohen Book Series on the United States in Asia at Columbia University Press.  He is a member of the Academic Advisory Board for the Schwarzman Scholars Program.  Professor Christensen is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a Non-Resident Senior Scholar at the Brookings Institution. In 2002 he was presented with a Distinguished Public Service Award by the United States Department of State.

 


Muslims and Christians Working Together in Peacemaking

David Shenk

November 26

In a world where complex conflicts sometimes divide Muslins and Christians and where mutual suspicion can build walls, come and hear several stories of partnerships and meaningful dialogue between Muslims and Christians committed to peacemaking. The goal is to build bridges of loving and respectful connection between Christians and Muslims, while faithfully confessing Christ.

David Shenk spent much of his life as a Mennonite missionary among Muslims in Somalia, Kenya, and the US. He was born in Tanzania to frontier missionary parents. He now continues to travel and teach worldwide about Christian/Muslim dialogue. A prolific writer, his most popular book, originally published in 1980, is A Muslim and a Christian in Dialogue by Badru Kateregga and David W. Shenk.


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Christmas Pageant Sign Ups

Calling Thespians of All Ages for Christmas Pageant

Sign up now if you are interested in being part of this year’s Christmas Pageant cast and crew! The Pageant will be Sunday, December 17, at 4:00 pm, and rehearsals are on Sundays, 12:15–2:00 pm, beginning November 12.

Roles are open for all ages including those singing in youth choirs. Download the Christmas Pageant Interest Form (pdf) or pick one up from the literature rack outside the Main Office. Leave your completed form in the Registration box in the office by Nov. 5.

Nassau 2017 Pageant Schedule:

Sunday, October 29 – 12:15 – 1:30 pm auditions
Sunday, November 5 – 12:15 – 1:30 pm, auditions

Sunday, November 12 – 12:15 – 2:00 pm, rehearsal
Sunday, November 19 – 12:15 pm – 2:00 pm, rehearsal
Sunday, December 3 – 12:15 – 2:00 pm, rehearsal (*same weekend as Lake Champion HS retreat, we know we’ll lose some high schoolers)
Sunday, December 10 – 12:15 – 2:00 pm, rehearsal

Saturday, December 16 – 9:00 am – 12 pm, Dress rehearsal

Sunday, December 17 – 4:00 – 5pm, Pageant Performance

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“Race: the power of an illusion”

A Healing-Racism Initiative of Westminster Presbyterian Church


Sundays, 10/29, 11/5 & 11/12, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Pat Deeney and Jim Weber, Westminster Presbyterian Church, leaders

Is your heart calling you to:

  • Explore the concept of biological race?
  • Uncover the roots of the race concept?
  • Understand how institutions shape and create race?
  • Ground your conversation in scripture and the Confession of Belhar?

This three-week gathering will explore the material from the PBS series “Race: the power of an illusion”. Each week will begin with a reading from scripture and the Confession of Belhar before the episode is viewed.  Conversations will utilize the PBS study guide for each episode. Participants are asked to maintain confidentiality and to be a nonjudgmental, compassionate, listening presence for others.

Free, bring your own lunch

Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1140 Greenwood Ave., Trenton, NJ 08609

For additional information or to RSVP, contact Pat Deeny (pjdeeney@hotmail.com) or Pastor Karen Hernandez-Granzen (609-462-3063)

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Nov. 5 – Time Change & Half-Marathon

Daylight Saving Time will end on Sunday, November 5. We’ll “fall back” by setting the clocks back an hour.

The Princeton Half Marathon is also on Sunday, November 5, from 7:00-11:00 AM. We will have both services as usual. Allot some extra time getting to church, especially the 9:15 AM service. Check the route map below to plan your trip.
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Winter Weekend for Senior High Youth

Put Lake Champion on your calendar for Friday, December 1, to Sunday, December 3.

Lake Champion Winter Weekend 2014

We will have a Winter Weekend that will warm our hearts for the year to come. Giant Swings, Ice Slides, and a royal Polar Bear Plunge. After a big semester it will be great to cut loose. Fee is $150 per person and includes transportation, lodging, and meals. Scholarships are available. Pick up a copy of the registration form from the literature rack or download it from the website. The registration deadline is Sunday, November 5.

Questions? Contact Mark Edwards, mark@nassauchurch.org, 609-933-7599.

Download the forms: 2017 Lake Champion Forms (pdf)

Return the Health/Permission Form (page 3) along with the $150 fee to the church office, attention Lauren Yeh, on or before Sunday, November 5.

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Adult Education – October 2017

500 Years of Reformed and Always Reforming

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed Ninety-Five Theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany, protesting the sale of indulgences. “Here I stand, may God help me, Amen.” Help us celebrate 500 years of reformation by exploring aspects of the reformation and its effect on art and literature.

Sundays, 9:15 a.m, in the Assembly Room unless otherwise noted.

For a look at Adult Education offerings through October, download the brochure: AE Sep-Oct 2017 (pdf).


Art and the Reformation

Holly Borham

October 1

The “image question” was a central one in the Reformation. When Martin Luther and John Calvin critiqued altars, relics, pilgrimages and visual opulence, they struck at the heart of Catholic practice and its system of sacred economy. To what exactly were these reformers objecting, and how did their followers interpret their statements about religious imagery? Did Luther and Calvin free us from superstition, did they unleash ugly, destructive tendencies, or did they invent “art” as we know it today – an aesthetic object which we contemplate, rather than worship? Explore these provocative questions by looking carefully at texts, paintings, prints and sculptures from the sixteenth century in order to evaluate the Reformation’s impact on the arts.

Holly Borham is a PhD candidate in Art and Archaeology at Princeton University. Her research examines art commissioned by Reformed, Lutheran and Catholic patrons in Germany at the turn of the seventeenth century.


Ongoing through May 13

In-Depth Bible Study: First Corinthians

George Hunsinger

9:15 AM
Maclean House

George Hunsinger returns for the 21st year to lead this verse-by-verse examination of the First Letter of Paul to the Corinthians. Bibles are available for use during the class. Find them on the Deacon Desk by the church kitchen. Class meets next door in Maclean House (Garden Entrance).


The 95 Theses – What Are They?

Miles Hopgood

October 8

Come hear about “what started it all,” the document that Martin Luther wrote and attached to the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church, challenging Catholic doctrine, specifically, the practice of selling ‘indulgences’ to wash away sins. This document started a movement that, ultimately, became the foundation for the Protestant Reformation.

Miles Spencer Hopgood is a PhD Candidate in History & Ecumenics at Princeton Theological Seminary. His current research centers on Martin Luther’s interpretation of the Bible, particularly his engagement with the Old Testament. Further interests include medieval and early modern Jewish-Christian relations as well as the modern ecumenical movement. His dissertation focuses on “How Luther Regards Moses: The Lectures on Deuteronomy.”


Selling the Reformation: Media and the Making of Religious Revolution

Alastair Bellany

October 15

Martin Luther was the first heretic of a new media age — the age of the printing press — and the exploitation of media, both new and old, played a crucial role in the dissemination of Protestant theology and polemic. This class explores two case studies of the role of the media in the early Reformation. The first focuses on the use of (sometimes obscene) printed graphic satire by Lutheran propagandists in Germany. The second explores the 1530’s multimedia campaign mounted by Henry VIII’s chief minister, Thomas Cromwell, to convince English audiences of the legitimacy of the new royal supremacy over the Church and to defend the regime’s incremental evangelical reforms of religious life and practice.

Alastair Bellany is Professor of History at Rutgers University, and works on the political and cultural history of Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Britain. He is the author most recently of The Murder of King James I, co-written with Thomas Cogswell, and published by Yale University Press.


Children’s Health in Malawi

Mphatso Nguluwe

12:15 p.m., Assembly Room
Bagels and coffee provided

Mphatso Nguluwe, International Peacemaker from Malawi, will offer us a picture of her work for the Presbyterian Church (USA). She has implemented initiatives for increasing the quality of life for children living with HIV and preventing parent-to-child transmission of HIV. She also promotes gender equity and equality for boys and girls, works to prevent child trafficking, and serves as a researcher in community development work.

Mphatso Nguluwe serves as Director of the Livingstonia Synod Aids Programme for the Church of Central Africa, Presbyterian. She is a founding member of an initiative aimed at eliminating the cultural practices which put girls at risk of multiple abuses as well as HIV infection. She holds degrees in Midwifery from Queens University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, and in Nursing Education, Administration and Community Nursing Science from the Medical University of Southern Africa.


The Reformation Debates: Who? What? Where?

Miles Hopgood

October 22

Explore debates between Martin Luther and John Eck, and their respective allies, to understand just how significant a challenge Martin Luther was posing to contest years of Catholic teaching. Heidelberg, and Leipzig, Germany, set the stage for what proved to be a dramatic series of confrontations of perspective on: 1) law and the gospel, 2) the fallibility of humankind, and 3) Jesus as sole Head of the Church.

Miles Spencer Hopgood is a PhD Candidate in History & Ecumenics at Princeton Theological Seminary. His current research centers on Martin Luther’s interpretation of the Bible, particularly his engagement with the Old Testament. Further interests include medieval and early modern Jewish-Christian relations as well as the modern ecumenical movement. His dissertation focuses on “How Luther Regards Moses: The Lectures on Deuteronomy.”


Reformation Influence on 16th- and 17th-Century Literature

Russ Leo

October 29

Examine the poet George Herbert’s collection The Temple, a magnificent artistic achievement that reveals the impact of the Reformation on English letters. We will pay particular attention to Herbert’s depictions of Christ through which he attempts to unite diverse congregations in an age marked by division and religious war.

Russ Leo, originally from Rochester, New York, received his PhD from the Program in Literature at Duke University where he studied Reformation poetics and their impact across seventeenth century Europe. Leo came to Princeton University in 2009–first, as a postdoctoral fellow at the Society of Fellows and, after 2012, as an Assistant Professor in the English Department.


Medical Mission Malawi: Saving Lives with Villages in Partnership

Barbara Edwards

12:15 p.m., Assembly Room
Bagels and coffee provided

Barbara Edwards will speak about her trip to Malawi in May with Villages in Partnership’s medical mission group. Hear how twenty-four Americans worked with local Malawians to create four pop-up medical clinics that served over five thousand people in three days.

Barbara Edwards is a general internist with a private practice at The University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. She is also the Medical
Director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Community Health Center, which serves over 8000 patients, many uninsured or underinsured. Edwards worked in Liberia, West Africa, in 1988 as a medical student and has always wanted to return to work in Africa. “When Steve Heinzel-Nelson came to speak at Nassau about Villages in Partnership, I knew God was calling me to serve.”


The digital media files posted on the Nassau Presbyterian Church website are copyrighted by the pastors and presenting lecturers. These works are only for personal and educational use through a digital media player on a personal computer or using a personal digital media device (e.g., iPod). These works may not otherwise be archived or re-posted on the Internet, broadcast in any manner, distributed, transcribed or modified in any way without written permission of the presenting lecturer. The user of the audio file holds no license (of any form – expressed or implied) to any of the content of these files. The same applies to any PowerPoint® presentations.

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October Conference Room Art Show

Chinese Landscape and Calligraphy

Lotus Flowers & Mandarin Ducks

Joanne Yang, a Middlesex county resident since 1960, specializes in landscape painting and calligraphy using the traditional technique of a brush dipped in black ink and colored pigments. Her subject matter includes sweeping landscapes of mountains, trees, rivers, and waterfalls to more serene and intimate paintings of flowers, birds, and fish.

The October art show in the Conference Room begins on October 1 with a chance to meet the artist the following Sunday, October 8, between morning services and at an afternoon reception from 1:30-3:30 p.m.

Joanne provides individual art instruction to both adults and children and conducts art workshops and presentations to schools and local communities.  She was a past president of Hsin-Ruey Art Association and is a current member of the Asia Art Society in America and the New Jersey Chinese Culture and Art Association.


 

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Youth Trips – Summer 2017 Recap

NorthBay Middle School Week [June 29th-July 3, 2017]:

For the second year in a row, Nassau Middle Schoolers returned for “One Amazing Week” at NorthBay Adventure Camp on the Chesapeake Bay, near North East, MD. The week, run and hosted by Young Life, was a non-stop 4 days with live music, super funny skits and high energy activities such as sailing, a ropes course, swimming, kayaking, gaga ball, dodge ball, & scavenger hunts.  Throughout the week the 13 youth and 3 chaperones were challenged by camp speaker Alberto to view our lives as made by God for a relationship with God. Like a glove that is made for a hand, our lives are made to be filled by Christ’s love and guidance. We also heard from fellow teens about their “Real Life” experiences of friends, family, & faith. Through conversations and activities with Mark Edwards, Kelsey Lambright & Austin Vernon, our kids were encouraged to take their faith seriously and to live it out in the community of the church and beyond.


Appalachian Service Project, Trade, TN [July 9-15, 2017]:

For our fourth year in a row (5th total) Nassau joined ASP to repair low-income homes in central Appalachia. This year we were in Trade, Tennessee, near Boone, NC. This trip continues to grow and we brought 39 people in five teams to work on a wide variety of  roofs, floors, siding, foundations, and remodels. The Trade Community Center where we stayed proved to be a lovely home for the  mild-temperature week and we all enjoyed the simple evening communal life of walks, frisbee, talks, and cards. Through the  graciousness of Nassau Missions Committee, giving at Youth Sunday, youth fundraising (Super Bowl Sunday & Communiversity), and a special event hosted by the Wakefields, NPC was able to donate $5000 directly to ASP to help support their material cost, thus  enabling more families to have work done on their homes.


Camino de Santiago, Spain [July 22-Aug. 6, 2017]

For the first time a group of twenty from Nassau walked nearly 200 miles along this medieval pilgrimage route in Northern Spain (aka “The Way of St. James”). For 11 consecutive days we walked, lived, ate, and prayed together amidst the beautiful scenery and  hospitable culture of Galicia, from Astoria to Santiago. The group matched a slow reading of Matthew’s Sermon on the Mount with  Taize songs, quiet times, and group conversation to guide our minds and souls as we journeyed from village to village and albergue to  albergue. The joys of the trip included the intergenerational nature, the familial elements, the overall simplicity, and the life absorbing  task of simply walking together under God’s fine graces. Participants shared their experiences in Nassau Worship on August 27th.  Sermons are here: Going Out and Coming In


Return to Youth Trips 2018

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Salsa and Salsa – Sept 24

On Sunday, September 24 from 1:30 to 3:30 on Hinds Plaza, SHUPP, Send HUnger Packing Princeton will hold their annual benefit, Salsa and Salsa. SHUPP is one of the recipients of Nassau’s monthly hunger offering and, during the event, Nassau will be recognized for our support. Please come to join in the fun and provide your support.

Further information and tickets are available at http://shupprinceton.org/salsaTicketSales.html.

 

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Small Groups – Fall 2017

Don’t Conform, Transform

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No one comes away unchanged

Afraid to open the paper this morning? What might you see? A world more out of sync with the Kingdom of Heaven than it was yesterday? One step forward, two steps back? Really? And what was your first clue? And more to the point, what are you going to do about it? Finish breakfast? Head for work?

Offering an opportunity for fellowship and love, small groups return to Nassau in the fall of 2017 with a myriad of offerings, each of which, in its own way, provides you with the opportunity for renewal.

Small groups are not about conforming, they are about transforming — learning something new and meeting that person to whom you say, “Peace be with you,” on Sunday, but don’t really know. They are about binding ourselves together in a community of faith and becoming different people in the process.

  • Turn off the news for awhile and learn something about some of our country’s most famous champions of children, including Fred Rogers.
  • Or about how to discover the Holy Spirit in the details of our ordinary lives.
  • Or about new ways to think about The Letter of James – “Faith without works is dead,” or the Letters to the Philippians or the Colossians.
  • Maybe it is time to think a little about Dietrich Bonheoffer, maybe more than a little.
  • Want a preview of Dave’s sermon from Dave himself? We’ve got that, if you are willing to get up early enough.
  • Ever wonder what the Celts have to do with Christianity? We have got that too.
  • Or you could join in a conversation about Just Mercy, an amazing memoir by a lawyer who confronted injustice in the South.
  • Maybe you want to explore the gospel basis for resistance?
  • Or maybe you just want to learn how to look through the viewfinder of a camera and see the world in a different way.

No one comes away from a small group unchanged. Let’s seek, and act on, hope together.


Sign Up

Sign up in Fellowship beginning Sunday, September 10, or online after Monday, September 11. Books will be available for purchase in Fellowship on Sunday morning or in the church office during regular business hours.

Groups meet weekly for six to ten weeks.


Available Small Groups

The small groups with spaces available are listed below.

Complete catalogue: 2017 Fall Small Groups (pdf)


Sundays, Oct. 1 to Nov. 12, 4:00-5:30 p.m.

Fresh Air by Jack Levinson

Dan Dorrow and Mani Pulimood, leaders
Pulimood Home, Princeton

Mani Pulimood has been worshiping at Nassau Church for the last 10 years with his wife, Monisha, and two sons, Nikhil and Philip. He has authored a book, Spiritual Dimensions–Musings on Life and Faith. One of his favorite ministries is online evangelism. You can find him on Twitter: @ManiPulimood.

Dan Dorrow is being sponsored by Nassau’s session as a Candidate to become a Teaching Elder in the PCUSA. Searching for his first ordained call, Dan is looking to serve God as a pastor-theologian with special attention to the Bible’s call for justice and helping people living impoverished lives. Dan is married to Joanne Dorrow and is the father of two adult daughters.


Mondays, Oct. 2 to Nov. 13, 7:30-9:00 p.m.

Tapping into the NPC Sermon Archive: A “No-Homework” Small Group

Tom Coogan, leader
Princeton Theological Seminary Library

Tom Coogan and his family have been Nassau Church members for 10+ years. Their lives have been greatly enriched by Nassau’s Scripture-based preaching, and how ancient (but eternal) words can be directly related to our daily lives.


Wednesdays, Oct. 4 to Nov. 15, 6:30-7:30 a.m.

Listening Ahead of Time: Preparing for Sunday’s Sermon

Dave Davis, leader
Conference Room
Bring your own breakfast

Dave Davis has been pastor and head-of-staff at Nassau since the fall of 2000. His PhD in Homiletics from Princeton Theological Seminary focused on preaching as a corporate act and the active role of the listener in the preaching event. He has published two sermon collections, A Kingdom You Can Taste and Lord, Teach Us to Pray.


Wednesdays, Oct. 4 to Nov. 15, 7:30-9:00 p.m.

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson

Marshall McKnight, leader
Princeton Theological Seminary Library

Marshall McKnight, an NPC member since 2011, currently serves the congregation as a Deacon. He works in Trenton for the State of New Jersey and lives in Princeton Junction. Upon completing an NPC Small Group study of “The New Jim Crow” by Michelle Alexander last fall, Marshall McKnight signed up for service with Nassau Presbyterian Church’s Mass Incarceration Task Force. He kept hearing about the book, “Just Mercy” as a highly recommended read.


Thursdays, Oct. 5 to Nov. 30, 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race by Debbie Irving

Len Scales, leader
Conference Room
Bring your own lunch
Note, will not meet Oct. 19, Nov. 9, or Nov. 23

Len Scales is Executive Co-Director for Princeton Presbyterians of the Westminster Foundation along with her husband Andrew. Princeton Presbyterians is a campus ministry supported by Nassau Church. In this role, she serves as an affiliate chaplain at Princeton University and adjunct pastor at Nassau Church. Len and Andrew lead Breaking Bread, a worship service on Sundays at 8PM in Niles Chapel during the academic year.


Thursdays, Oct. 5 to Nov. 15, 7:30-9:00 p.m.

Photographing the Psalms: The Sacred Art of Photography III

Ned Walthall, leader
Conference Room

Ned Walthall has been thinking about and taking photographs for years. He is the geeky guy with the long lens at coffee hour. If you see him, say hello. His work can be seen at nwalthall.tumblr.com.

 

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