December 2017

Dec 11

Walking the Advent Road

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Monday, December 11

Walking the Advent Road

Time: 12:00 am – 12:00 am

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

Our Advent journey began on Sunday, December 3rd, as we took our first steps towards the manger in Bethlehem and the birth of Jesus. Our theme for this Advent pilgrimage is “God Restores God’s World.” Each week the prophet Isaiah’s voice will call us to consider a different facet of the restoration and re-building God is engaged in continually in our world:  Time, Geography, People, Power.  As we hear Isaiah’s words – some harsh and some quite comforting - remember the prophet was writing to a people conquered by the Babylonians, taken prisoner and exiled to a strange land.  They crave hope, yearn for peace and cry out for restoration …

I pray we will allow Isaiah’s words to speak to our lives this season. What is it in your life that craves renewal?  What yearns to be repaired?  Where in your own life do you need God’s restorative power?  Let us walk this Advent Road together.

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Dec 11

Welcoming Refugees

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Monday, December 11

Welcoming Refugees

Time: 12:00 am – 12:00 am

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

In anticipation of receiving and sponsoring a refugee family in early 2018, the Mission Team of Northminster is asking for donations of household goods.

Items needed are: furniture, kitchen utensils, hygiene and cleaning items, warm coats, jeans, new underwear, and other gently used clothing will also be accepted as will sheets and towels in good condition.

We can store some items on Calvin Hall stage at Northminster, but please contact Erin Bristow before bringing items, so she can let you know what is still needed: .

(Photo above is from the Exodus Refugee Immigration website.)

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Dec 11

Worship in December

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Monday, December 11

Worship in December

Time: 12:00 am – 12:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

The new church year begins on Sunday, December 3. For the four Sundays of Advent, we will move with Prophets and Evangelists towards the birth that forever changed the course of history.

December 3 – Advent I Restoring God’s Time
9:00 and 11:00 am

The Prophet Isaiah and Evangelist  Mark challenge us to “keep awake.” In today’s lessons (Isaiah 64:1-9 and Mark 13:24-37), the foreshadowing of Holy Week reminds us that Advent is preparation not only for the birth of Jesus, but also for his second coming. And no one knows the day or the hour!  We will celebrate the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper and children older than preschool age will join in the entire worship service.

December 10 – Advent II - Restoring God’s Geography
9:00 amd 11:00 am

A voice cries in the wilderness, “Prepare the way of the Lord. Make his paths straight.” The Prophet (Isaiah 40:1-11) and Evangelist (Mark  1:1-8) invite us to notice the geography of this holy season: paths, highways, valleys, mountains, hills – geography that leads us home. Music for the day will include several selections from The Messiah by G.F. Handel.

December 17 – Advent III - Restoring God’s People
9:00 and 11:00 am

God’s love story to and for God’s people is shared by the Prophet
(Isaiah 61: 1-4, 8-11.) The chancel choir, soloists, and guest instrumentalists will present Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cantata No. 3 from Christmas Oratorio.

Christmas Eve Worship

December 24 – Advent IV - Restoring God’s Power
10:00 am – One Morning Service
The Prophet (Isaiah 9:2-7) reveals the fulfillment of the promise. The
Evangelist (Luke, Chapter 1) reveals both Zechariah’s and Mary’s astonishment at the promise of unbelievable births. The Light of the World Breaks Forth!

4:00 pm - The “Joyful Noise” Service – for All Ages
All of our Children’s Choirs will sing for this inter-generational service. Children of any age will be invited to participate in a “Gathered Pageant” directed by Pastor Ruth. No rehearsal necessary! The Christmas Joy Offering will be received. Sing carols, light candles; hear and see the joy of the Christmas story!

7:00 pm - Candlelight Communion
We will sing carols, light candles, and gather at Christ’s Table to welcome his holy birth. Saxophonist and Section Leaders will join us in
our music expression of worship. Pastors Carol and Ruth will tell the stories of some of Jesus’ grandmothers. The Christmas Joy Offering will be received. Join us to hear the old, old story in a new way.

11:00 pm - Candles, Carols and Choral Music
The prelude begins at 10:30 pm as our Chancel Choir proclaims, in song, the joy of this holy night. We will hear familiar stories, sing carols together, and light candles to welcome the light of the world into our midst. Pastors Carol and Ruth will tell the stories of some of Jesus’ grandmothers. The Christmas Joy Offering will be received. Join us as the old story takes on new meaning for our world today.

December 31 – 9:00 and 11:00 am
The Prophet (Isaiah 61:10 – 62:3) and Evangelist (Luke 2:22-40) help
us reflect on the year gone by – and give us hope for the new year to come.

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Dec 11

Adult Education for Advent: The Music of the Season

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Monday, December 11

Adult Education for Advent: The Music of the Season

Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

Have you ever wondered why we don’t sing Christmas Carols immediately after Thanksgiving? How much do you know about Handel’s Messiah? And what about the music written by J.S. Bach for this holy season? Join Marland Pittman (see photo at right), our seminary intern, in the Board Room at 10 a.m. on December 3, 10, and 17 to explore the music we will experience at Northminster this Advent season.

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Dec 12

Soul of Aging

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Tuesday, December 12

Soul of Aging

Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

The Soul of Aging is a six-week series that addresses the spiritual dimensions of aging.

Eleanor Roosevelt said, "Beautiful young are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art."  In The Soul of Aging, we will creatively approach "the art" of aging intentionally and the many soulful invitations our maturing years offer us. 

We will have the opportunity to consider topics such as: unfinished business, managing regret, leaving a legacy, exploring our limits, and thinking about death.  The process invites us to listen to our own soul and the soul of others with great respect, deep listening and radical acceptance.  In that place of quietness and authenticity, we hear the Spirit's voice speaking to us and through us.

The first session will be an introduction to the method, based on the Circle of Trust approach of the Courage & Renewal movement.  Participants may decide whether to commit to the next five sessions.

Dates:  October 31, November 7, 14, 28, December 5, & 12
Time:   10:30 AM -12 PM

Pastor Charlotte will lead this program at Faith (8170 Hague Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46256), inviting people from Northminster and Irvington Presbyterian Churches. In the new year, we will hold a Saturday morning class, suitable for those who are still working and looking toward the future, and open registration to the community. 

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Dec 13

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, December 13

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Dec 15

Christmas Party for Youth and NPC College Students

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Friday, December 15

Christmas Party for Youth and NPC College Students

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

Join us at Northminster for our annual Christmas party!
Dinner will be provided but youth are invited to bring any Christmas sweet treats for dessert.

Along with games and some holiday activities we will have a group white elephant gift exchange. Please bring a wrapped gift, silly or serious, worth $10 or less.

Holiday attire is not required but highly amusing!
All are welcome so bring a friend.

Contact Maureen Wilson with questions:

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Dec 17

Bach’s Cantata No. 3 from Christmas Oratorio - 9:00 am

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Sunday, December 17

Bach’s Cantata No. 3 from Christmas Oratorio - 9:00 am

Time: 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

Choir and Orchestra present:
Bach’s Cantata No. 3 from Christmas Oratorio
During worship (9:00 and 11:00 am)

One of the rich Northminster December traditions is Chancel Choir and orchestra’s musical offering during one of the Advent Sundays.  We hope you can attend worship (9 or 11 am) Sunday, Dec. 17th as these forces and soloists present Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cantata No. 3 (“Herrscher des Himmels, erhore das Lallen”) from his Christmas Oratorio.

Composed in 1734, the Christmas Oratorio (Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248) is a collection of six free-standing cantatas composed for six feast days across the two weeks of Christmas, beginning with Christmas Day and continuing through the feast of Epiphany.  These cantatas were offered in Bach’s two churches in Leipzig in 1734 – 1735.

The third cantata, set for soloists, chorus, strings, oboes, flutes,  trumpets and timpani, is exuberant in nature and focusses on the shepherds’ joy and subsequent travels to Bethlehem after hearing of the Christ child’s birth.

One of the great gifts of these musical Advent Sundays at  Northminster is the fact that the chorus and orchestra are so physically close to the listeners, which creates an aural, visual and spiritual experience. Bach’s music has a power and expressivity that transcends the earthbound, so hearing and seeing this cantata in worship affords one the opportunity to come away inspired, filled and renewed.

On behalf of the Chancel Choir and instrumentalists from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, we appreciate this opportunity and hope you’ll share this worship service of scripture, prayer and music with us.

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Dec 17

Bach’s Cantata No. 3 from Christmas Oratorio - 11:00 am

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Sunday, December 17

Bach’s Cantata No. 3 from Christmas Oratorio - 11:00 am

Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

Choir and Orchestra present:
Bach’s Cantata No. 3 from Christmas Oratorio
During worship (9:00 and 11:00 am)

One of the rich Northminster December traditions is Chancel Choir and orchestra’s musical offering during one of the Advent Sundays.  We hope you can attend worship (9 or 11 am) Sunday, Dec. 17th as these forces and soloists present Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cantata No. 3 (“Herrscher des Himmels, erhore das Lallen”) from his Christmas Oratorio.

Composed in 1734, the Christmas Oratorio (Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248) is a collection of six free-standing cantatas composed for six feast days across the two weeks of Christmas, beginning with Christmas Day and continuing through the feast of Epiphany.  These cantatas were offered in Bach’s two churches in Leipzig in 1734 – 1735.

The third cantata, set for soloists, chorus, strings, oboes, flutes,  trumpets and timpani, is exuberant in nature and focusses on the shepherds’ joy and subsequent travels to Bethlehem after hearing of the Christ child’s birth.

One of the great gifts of these musical Advent Sundays at  Northminster is the fact that the chorus and orchestra are so physically close to the listeners, which creates an aural, visual and spiritual experience. Bach’s music has a power and expressivity that transcends the earthbound, so hearing and seeing this cantata in worship affords one the opportunity to come away inspired, filled and renewed.

On behalf of the Chancel Choir and instrumentalists from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, we appreciate this opportunity and hope you’ll share this worship service of scripture, prayer and music with us.

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Dec 17

Hosting Homeless Families in December

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Sunday, December 17

Hosting Homeless Families in December

Time: 5:00 pm – 9:00 am

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

As you think about the upcoming Christmas holidays, consider those in our community who are displaced, without a place to celebrate. From December 17-24, Northminster will host 4 such families in our warm, friendly church building. We need food preparers and servers, activity hosts, overnight hosts, and drivers to help these guests experience some of the joy of the season.

You can sign up online at: http://bit.ly/IHNfpDec17.  We will also have signs ups in the Gathering Place on Sundays.

Questions? Contact Dolly Craft (317-502-2080 or ) or Nancy Jarrell (317-840-9325 or .)

Share the spirit of Christmas with others by volunteering for Family Promise/IHN!





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Dec 20

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, December 20

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Dec 24

Worship on Christmas Eve

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Sunday, December 24

Worship on Christmas Eve

Time: 10:00 am – 11:55 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

December 24 – Advent IV: Restoring God’s Power
10 am – One Morning Service
The Prophet (Isaiah 9:2-7) reveals the fulfillment of the promise.  The Evangelist (Luke, Chapter 1) reveals both Zechariah’s and Mary’s astonishment at the promise of unbelievable births.

December 24 – Christmas Eve
The Light of the World Breaks Forth!

4:00 pm -The “Joyful Noise” Service – for All Ages
All of our Children’s Choirs will sing for this inter-generational service. Children of any age will be invited to participate in a “Gathered Pageant” directed by Pastor Ruth.  No rehearsal necessary! The Christmas Joy Offering will be received. Sing carols, light candles; hear and see the joy of the Christmas story!

7:00 pm - Candlelight Communion
We will sing carols, light candles, and gather at Christ’s Table to welcome his holy birth. A guest saxophonist will offer music.  Pastors Carol and Ruth will tell the stories of some of Jesus’ grandmothers. The Christmas Joy Offering will be received. Join us to hear the old, old story in a new way.

11:00 pm - Candles and Carols and Choral Music
The prelude begins at 10:30 pm as our Chancel Choir proclaims, in song, the joy of this holy night. We will hear familiar stories, sing carols together and light candles to welcome the light of the world into our midst. Pastors Carol and Ruth will tell the stories of some of Jesus’ grandmothers. The Christmas Joy Offering will be received.  Join us as the old story takes on new meaning for our world today.

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Dec 27

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, December 27

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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January 2018

Jan 3

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, January 3

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Jan 10

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, January 10

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Jan 17

NorthStars presents: Avoiding Scams and Schemes

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Wednesday, January 17

NorthStars presents: Avoiding Scams and Schemes

Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

Have you ever been scammed?  Come and learn about protecting your personal information online, mail orders and prize scams.  Scams come in various forms - by mail, phone, email and data breaches.  This presentation is how to protect your information and say NO to becoming a victim.  Learn all about the scams that are hitting our area from Sharleigh Poindexter from the Better Business Bureau. 

On Wednesday, January 17th, enjoy the warmth of Calvin Hall at 10:00 A.M. at Northminster Church in the middle of the winter.  Lunch will be served for $6, following the presentation. 

This event is open to the public, but reservations are a must by Friday, January 12th.

Reservations can be made by contacting Marty or John Brooks at   or phone: (317) 848-6995.  Reservation can also be made by calling the church at (317) 251-9489.  Money for lunch will be collected at the door.

Hope to see you there!

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Jan 17

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, January 17

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Jan 24

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, January 24

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Jan 31

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, January 31

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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February 2018

Feb 7

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, February 7

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Feb 14

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, February 14

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Feb 21

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, February 21

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Feb 28

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, February 28

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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March 2018

Mar 7

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, March 7

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Mar 14

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, March 14

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Mar 21

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, March 21

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Mar 28

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, March 28

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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April 2018

Apr 4

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, April 4

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Apr 11

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, April 11

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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Apr 18

We Make the Road by Walking

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Wednesday, April 18

We Make the Road by Walking

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Northminster Presbyterian Church

We Make the Road by Walking: Wednesday Night Bible Study for 2017-2018
Have you signed up? Have you purchased your book? This study will continue through Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 6:00 – 7:15 each week. We’ll study “We Make the Road by Walking” by Brian McLaren, a year-long quest for spiritual formation, reorientation and activation. Each chapter begins with 2 or 3 Scripture passages which we will consider in relationship to McLaren’s narrative. While the text does not move systematically through the Bible, we will explore a wide expanse of the Biblical narrative in our study.

Primary leadership will be provided by Parish Associate Carol McDonald:

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