Many area churches have special series of church school during the summer.

We will collect a bit about them here.

 

 

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church

Join Nick Donavon, Judy Leavell, Libby Maneol, and Ted Sokal for a series of intergenerational discussions about meditative walking, spiritual journeys and the value of pilgrimage in the 21st century. Parish Hall, 9:30-10:15am, Sundays, June 2, June 9, June 23, June 30 and July 7, 1520 Oak Road, Snellville GA 30078.  Phone 770-979-4210.

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Emory Presbyterian Church

Summer Saints

The summer sermon series at 11 a.m. worship features Saints of God   including some unexpected folks -- Carl Sagan, June 16,  and Mary Oliver. 1886 North Decatur Road, NE · Atlanta, Georgia 30307,404-325-4551

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Faith AME Zion Church

One Hour of Power Worship Services

During the months of June and July, Faith will hold one hour worship services, named “Sizzling Summer Sundays”, to begin at 10 am. The services will include expressions of praise, the word of God and fellowship. Special guest musicians, choirs and speakers will be featured. 38 Hamilton E. Holmes Drive
Atlanta 30311.

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Rock Spring Presbyterian Church

Summer Series-- Scripture Skits and Hymns by Request

11 a.m. Worship through the end of August in the Fellowship Hall. Gospel at the Rock continues with the Blue Grass Hicks in Loudermilk at 9 a.m., 1824 Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta www.rspc.org

 

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Central Presbyterian Church

Economics & Theology: Money & Faith

201 Washington Street, Atlanta 30303

9:45 Sundays, June through August

An impressive assortment of speakers from business and nonprofits, the academy and the government, theologians, ethicists,  CEO's, and more speak on what makes the world go round. See the entire series

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Cathedral of St. Philip's

Essential Bible Stories 

10:10 a.m., in Child Hall, 2744 Peachtree Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30305, June 2 – August 11.

This summer series focuses on the stories of the Bible looking at a different story each week and considering why it is fundamental to the faith and essential to our life in the world today. Each session will be led by a different speaker. Please contact Canon George Maxwell, 404-365-1088, if you have questions.

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First Presbyterian Atlanta

An intergenerational Participatory Study of Faith through the Arts

Where Art Thou?

May 26 through June 30, 10 a.m. Fifield Hall

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Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church

A worship Series on the 23rd Psalm

June and July, Sundays at 10 a.m.
August and September, Sundays at 11a.m.

The 23rd Psalm. With its poetic imagery of sheep and shepherds, of rivers and valleys, it captures the imagination and paints vivid scenes of life lived in intimate relationship with God. Worship with Oglethorpe Pres and explore this anchor of faith through word and song.

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            Glenn Memorial UMC

2013 Summer Lecture Series - The Bible: Uncensored

                                                            June 16 - August 4,  9:45-10:45 a.m.   
Adult Sunday School classes will again combine for a summertime line-up of guest speakers from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology exploring a variety of biblical texts with ‘uncensored’ commentary and the history of censoring Scriptures.  Coffee & continental breakfast, nursery care, and children & youth Sunday School activities provided.
June 16 Dr. Andrea White
Forgiveness Uncensored: The Breakdown of Justice
June 23 Dr. Brent Strawn  Uncensored Rage: The Cursing Psalms
June 30 Dr. Brent Strawn  Uncensored Passion: The Song of Songs
July 7 Dr. Susan Hylen  Uncensored: Women in the New Testament
July 14 Dr. Pat Graham  Early Printed Bibles: The Challenges of Censorship
July 21 Dr. Susan Hylen
 Uncensored: Women in the New Testament and
Beyond
July 28 Dr. Steve Kraftchick
 Bodies, Selves, and Human Identity:
A Conversation with Paul - Uncensored
August 4 Dr. Joel LeMon
 Covenants (Uncensored): Diving Promises of
Faithfulness and Violence
 

 

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Northside Drive Baptist Church

The Future of Faith in a Changing World

June 2 – August 25, Every Sunday at 9:30 a.m., The Fellowship Hall

The world is changing and many faith communities are struggling to understand and adapt to a shifting culture. What are these shifts and how are they impacting churches?  What does the Bible have to say? How do we navigate this unprecedented change? Experts from congregational and academic backgrounds will explore these questions with captivating presentations, powerful demographics, and dynamic dialogue.  Join us every Sunday in the summer for an exploration of the future of faith in a changing world.

Sessions Include:

“Moses, Jesus, and Superman”

“Modern Youth and Religion: Adolescent Religion in the 21st Century”

“The Crisis in the American Church”

“The World is Changing: A look at Postmodernism and the ‘Nones’”

“What Do We Do with Scripture Now?”

“Who Moved the Equator? Finding Church in the 21st Century”

“Amazing Grace: How Can We Be So Different and Not Kill One Another?”

Featuring: Dr. David Bell, Dr. David Garber, Rev. Michael Gregg, Dr. Larry McSwain, Dr. Rob Nash,  Dr. Steven Sheeley

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Advent Retreats

Ignatius House is offering Advent Days of Reflection and two-night Advent Retreats this season.

Days, Tuesday, December 3, Register here or Thursday, December 12, Register here.

Two-day retreats December 6-8, Register here or December 20-22, Register here.

Harvest of Hope


Intergenerational Apple Harvest of Hope ecumenical study, worship, and mission retreat program of the Society of St. Andrew.Find out more here.

email ecarter@rccatl.org

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