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Sunday, March 7. We will post a prerecorded Sunday service video with a sermon given by The Rev. Dr. Agnes W. Norfleet online on Sunday, March 7 at 10:00 a.m.
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Being Disciples, Becoming Community. Sundays through March 21, 11:15 a.m. via Zoom conference call. Using the Pauline texts featured in our 2021 Lenten Devotional, this class will explore the ways the Apostle Paul describes the essentials of Christian Discipleship as well as characteristics of the Christian community. Dr. Joshua Yoder is teaching this class, and details about it, including the Zoom link, can be found on our website here.
Facebook Live Concert Series. Join us as we broadcast live concerts via BMPC’s Facebook page on Tuesdays at noon. Our next concert on March 2 will feature Nelly Berman School of Music pianists Emma Lo and Alyssa Gabrilovich. Download program. Stephanie Speakman.
New Class: The Return of the Prodigal Son. Tuesdays, March 2-30 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom conference call. Henri Nouwen’s classic book, The Return of the Prodigal Son: A Story of Homecoming, is a compelling reflection on our human condition and God’s remarkable ability to forgive, challenge and love. Join Patricia Danzon, BMPC member and spiritual director for the Middleton Center, in a fiveweek study of this classic work. Books will be available in late February for class participants. For more information (including the Zoom link) and to register, contact Patricia Danzon directly.
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Tackling Family History Projects. Mon., March 15 at 10:00 a.m. via Zoom conference call. Join Clémence Scouten, founder of Memoirs & More, to learn how to finally tackle family history projects. From archiving to genealogy to storytelling, Clémence will walk through different kinds of family history projects to show you how to take each one head on! Monica Devane