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WHO IS MY NEIGHBOR? – January 7, 14, 21 and Feb. 4
The answer to this question is far more complicated than just the last Good Samaritan sermon you heard! Come and examine that text and the Old Testament Laws that went before it, as well as the complexities of a worldwide vision of neighborhood. See why our Southeastern District has called its mission campaign “I-Neighborhood.” Class taught by Pastor Lehrer.
THE CANON OF SCRIPTURE – February 11, 18, 25
Come find out how and why the books of the Bible became the authoritative scripture for the Christian Church. This three-Sunday class will address the canon of the Old Testament, the New Testament and variations of the canon among denominations, especially highlighting Martin Luther’s canonical theology. Class taught by Mark Behrens.
“WEARING GOD”— March 4, 11, 18
What do friend, clothing, smell, bread and vine, laboring woman, laughter and flame have in common? They are all metaphors that scripture uses to reveal something about God. Based on the book “Wearing God” by Lauren Winner, we will examine scriptural metaphors for God, some familiar, some less so, and reflect how these images can draw us into a richer relationship with God and with each other. Class taught by Melissa Hecht.
THE STORY OF JESUS THROUGH MASTERPIECES OF ART – March 25th
An illustrated talk presents a survey of major art works depicting Jesus and his life by great masters of European art, including da Vinci, Raphael, Titian, Durer, Cranach, Grunewald, van Eyck, El Greco and Rembrandt. This session, which emphasizes historical context, style, iconography and symbolism, helps sets the stage for a TOUR OF THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART in the afternoon. Please sign up in advance (see separate sheet) for lunch and carpool. Lunch will be provided for a freewill offering at 12:15 in the Undercroft. Carpools will leave at 1:00 for the Gallery, West Building. Class and Tour led by Karin Frenze, Art Historian.
THE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN KOREA AND JERUSALEM – April 8, 15
Come and hear about the Lutheran Church in both Korea and Jerusalem from new members of St. Paul’s who have recently lived and studied in both places. Rev. Dr. JinO Jeong was Assistant Pastor of Multicultural Ministry at Zion Lutheran Church in Bellevue, IL before moving to our area to serve at Washington Theological Seminary in Springfield (WTS). His wife, Sarah, is a PhD candidate in Biblical Hebrew and is also on staff at WTS.
THE BOOK OF HEBREWS – April 22 – May 20
An examination of this New Testament book, taught by Pastor Mark.
Christmas Day Sermon
by Pastor Mark (12/28/18)Text: John 1:1-18 Christmas Day is the highpoint of the Church’s celebration (read more...)
Worthy of Your Calling
by Pastor Mark (11/12/18)Text: Ephesians 4:1-8 and Mark 12:38-44 “She put in more than all (read more...)
by Pastor Mark (10/29/18)Revelation 14:6-7 In the Gospel lesson just read (Matthew 11:12-19), Jesus makes (read more...)
Meet Author Radhika MB
by St. Paul's Office (10/25/18)Meet Author Radhika MB 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on October 27, (read more...)
by Pastor Yang (10/9/18)十一月一日至十一月十九日（Nov. 1 to Nov. 19） 周一和周四晚（7点至8点半） 地址：圣保罗路德会 St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 7426 Idylwood Road Falls Church, (read more...)
by Pastor Yang (10/9/18)November 1 – November 19 Mondays and Thursdays 7 p.m. – 8:30 (read more...)
Jesus on Marriage and Divorce
by Pastor Mark (10/8/18)Mark 10:2-16 Today’s sermon is based on the Gospel lesson just read. (read more...)