September 3, 2016
The Way of Holiness and Right Worship:
Studies in the Book of Leviticus
To many modern readers the Book of Leviticus can seem obscure and forbidding, yet its ancient laws lay out principles of holiness and right worship, foreshadowing the greater realities we have in Christ. In rabbinic education, it was the first book taught to Jewish children; and for Christians it undergirds the great themes of the Epistle to the Hebrews and other key New Testament teachings on holiness. We want to open this book up so that you will be able to appreciate and apply what it truly teaches.
See the flyer for more details, including a schedule of lessons.
Begins the Week of September 13
in one of the following three locations:
– at St. John Fisher College –
Tuesday Evenings: 7:15 – 8:45 PM
in Murphy Hall across East Ave. (31F) from the main campus
– in Charlotte –
Wednesday Evenings: 7:15 – 8:45 PM at 294 Burley Rd. (off Lake Ave.)
(just north of Riverside Cemetery)
– at the St. Irenaeus Center in Rochester –
Thursday Mornings: 9:30 – 11:00 AM at 542 Blossom Rd.
Price: We suggest $5.00 a session, but only pay what you can afford.
College students attend free!
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This Friday we want to follow up on last week’s discussion of a post-Vatican II era blossoming of a new and…
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