Center For Faith Studies

The Center for Faith Studies’ mission is to foster a culture of faithful inquisitiveness into the nature of God, the created world, and our individual and collective roles in it. The Center draws upon a variety of disciplines, including comparative religion, theology, the humanities, and the sciences, in its offerings of classes, small group discussions, and large-group presentations.

2019/20 Lecture Series

  • Mirabai Starr: Sunday July 21, 2019 6:30pm
    at First United Methodist Church-7020 Cass St.
  • " Turning Point" by Monica Maxwell
    Exhibit opens August 10, 2019 5 PM at First United Methodist 7020 Cass St.
  • Wm. Paul Young, Author: September 24, 2019 7 PM
    " How do we do faith if God is not religious?"
  • Margaret Wheatley, Author: Novemeber 16, 2019
    Workshop: " Warriors of the Human Spirit"

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Adult Education Groups

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    A Touch of the Sacred: A Rabbi's Informal Guide to Jewish Belief
    Mondays, 10:00-11:30 AM Marys' Hall. Starting June 24

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    Earth University
    A science based look at climate change and how it relates to our spiritual reality and ethical teachings. Classes begin May 2, 7pm

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    Sunday Adult Forum
    Currently Studying The Era of the Crusades. Meets Sunday 10:10am in Deborah

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    Adult Brown Bag Lunch
    Studying the Islamic Golden Age. Begins May 13, Mondays 12:15 pm in Ruth. Bring a Lunch!

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    Books, Bible and Beyond
    Returns September 2019. Meets Wednesdays at Noon in Ruth Currently on break for the summer.

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    Phoenix Affirmation Discussion Group
    Become more familiar with the Pheonix Affirmations through open discussion about how God is calling us to live more fully. Fall classes forming soon.

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