FRIENDLY BIBLE STUDY: THE STORY OF THE RICH YOUNG MAN The passage we will consider is the story of the rich young man told in Gospel of Matthew 19:16–30, the Gospel of Mark 10:17–31 and the Gospel of Luke 18:18–30. We will begin by reading the passage from several different translations of the New Testament. Then each person will take a turn to answer the three questions. At the end we will have a general discussion of the story and our different perspectives on it.
A light lunch will be served starting at 11:45AM. RSVP to John Gallery if you plan to attend (so there's enough food!)
All events will start at 12 noon in the Owen Biddle Room (second floor back) and will end at approximately 1:30PM. Detailed information about each event will be sent separately.
SEPTEMBER 23: FRIENDLY BIBLE STUDY: The story of the Rich Young Man (Ruler) — Matthew 19:16–30, Mark 10:17–31, Luke 18:18–30. A continuation of the approach to Bible study demonstrated at the Meeting’s May retreat.
OCTOBER 28: EXPERIMENT WITH LIGHT: Based on Rex Ambler’s writings about early Quakers and the Inner Light. Facilitated by JoAnn Seaver, Green Street Meeting
NOVEMBER 25: SHARING OUR SPIRITUAL JOURNEYS An opportunity to share our stories with one another, and an introduction to writing a spiritual autobiography based on the book by Dan Wakefield.