Sunday Adult Education
Here at Amazing Grace we continue learning by offering a Sunday morning Bible study for adults where we examine our basic beliefs and how they relate to what we do in our everyday life. Come and join us!
And Who is My Neighbor?
A study commissioned by Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota, it is written by Dr. Eric Barreto, professor at Luther Seminary when he started the work, now on the faculty of Princeton Theological Seminary in New Jersey. Respondents to Eric’s writing are five pastors of color in Minnesota –who don’t always agree with him! This guide also includes a sampler of video aids and experiential exercises. Conversations on race in Minnesota is not easy – never has been. And Who is My Neighbor? is not the definitive study of race or racial equity. It is not even the first chapter. We hope this study will cause more of our neighbors to want to read, listen, understand, and better love our neighbors.
Building an Inclusive Church
What does it mean to be a church that welcomes people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions? At Amazing Grace, this is a question that continues to spark conversation and learning. Joins Amazing Grace’s Justice Team as they explore the topic of radical welcome in the name of Jesus.
Women & Justice: ELCA Draft Social Statement
In the days of the #MeToo movement, an ELCA task force has drafted a social statement which will be voted upon at the 2019 ELCA Churchwide Gathering. This statement is an invitation to discern what the ELCA should teach about contemporary issues related to sexism and patriarchy in our society. Rich discussions will engage in this topic and identify ways in which we are to live together in equity and respect.
By Heart: Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechism
On the heels of the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, this study connects your life today to the biblical and historical context of the Small Catechism. Each participant will receive a richly illustrated book for in-depth exploration of the Small Catechism.
New Member Classes
For any adult considering membership, this 3-part series explores Amazing Grace Lutheran Church, Lutheran theology, and incorporates conversations with current members as a way to build relationships.
|9/9/18||Go Day! Intergenerational|
|9/16/18||Who is My Neighbor? God made us different on purpose|
|9/23/18||Who is My Neighbor? What is Race?|
|9/30/18||Who is My Neighbor? Racism is a Sin|
|10/7/18||Go Day! Intergenerational|
|10/14/18||Who is My Neighbor? Privilege|
|10/21/18||Who is My Neighbor? How do we listen? How do we tell our stories?|
|10/28/18||No Adult Education. 9:15 am Congregational Meeting|
|11/4/18||Conversations with the Council|
|11/11/18||Who is My Neighbor? Next Steps|
|11/18/18||Go Day! Intergenerational|
|11/25/18||No Adult Education|
|12/2/18||Building an Inclusive Church|
|12/9/18||Building an Inclusive Church|
|12/16/18||No Adult Education|
|12/23/18||No Adult Education|
|12/30/18||No Adult Education|
|1/6/19||Go Day! Intergenerational|
|1/13/19||Women & Justice: ELCA Draft Social Statement|
|1/20/19||Women & Justice: ELCA Draft Social Statement|
|1/27/19||No Adult Education. 11:30 am Annual Meeting|
|2/3/19||Women & Justice: ELCA Draft Social Statement|
|2/10/19||Go Day! Intergenerational|
|2/17/19||Women & Justice: ELCA Draft Social Statement|
|2/24/19||Conversations with the Council|
|3/3/19||By Heart: Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechism|
|3/10/19||Go Day! Intergenerational|
|3/17/19||By Heart: Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechism|
|3/24/19||By Heart: Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechism|
|3/31/19||By Heart: Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechsim|
|4/7/19||By Heart: Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechsim|
|4/14/19||By Heart: Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechism|
|4/21/19||EASTER! No Adult Education|
|4/28/19||Go Day! Intergenerational|
|5/5/18||New Member Class – Part 1|
|5/12/18||New Member Class – Part 2|
|5/19/18||New Member Class – Part 3|