Something New for Spring:
Stand-alone Saturday Sessions
Unraveling the Mysteries of Hebrews
Starting February 25
Does the Letter to the Hebrews leave you a bit confused?
What does it mean that Jesus is our ultimate prophet, priest and king?
What is the order of Melchizedek, and why does that matter to us today?
New & Different – With spring break, Easter weekend, and other special Saturday events at Redeemer in between, spring schedules are full, which is why our next Saturday Women’s Bible Study will be a series of STAND-ALONE sessions focusing on the most FAQ about Hebrews.
You’re free to come to one session or all of them! Each session will stand alone, and there is no book to buy – just be sure to bring your Bible and a pen.
When & Where? Selected Saturdays starting February 25 through mid-April from
9:30-11:45 a.m. in Calvin Hall, Room 211
Who? All women and teenage girls are welcome (from Redeemer and other churches)
What will we do? Each session will focus on some of the most frequently asked questions about Hebrews. We’ll begin by carefully observing the text verse-by-verse, using Scripture to interpret Scripture, and deciphering the many Old Testament references in Hebrews. We will rely on resources from the March 4 Hebrews Conference in Boerne, TX and various other Reformed theologians and pastors.
Questions or to Sign Up – Please contact Mary Anna Turner at email@example.com.