Life is full of contradictions. Join us for this study in which
Sister Joan Chittister explores the many fluctuations of life with clarity and insight. Different chapters in the book include failure and success, loss, confusion, security and solitude. As we consider the orientation of our lives in Lent and celebrate how God is present with us in all circumstances, this book makes an excellent companion for that journey.
The book is available on Amazon or through the congregations.
Growing in our faith and in our understanding of ourselves is a journey. This year, we invite you to journey with us. You are welcome to come weekly or to pick studies that seem most helpful to your spiritual journey. Each session is designed as a conversation. Sessions are group led. Some sessions have readings; others do not. As we move through the studies, the best place to find the readings and current schedule is at https://holytrinitybrookville.org/formation-and-education/
Join us on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. at Fusion Atelier, 185 Main Street, Brookville, or Tuesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. at the Brookville Library, 223 Valley Street, Brookville.
January 7- February 25; Eight Weeks
Walter Bruggemann is among the foremost voices in today’s world of Christian scholarship. His scriptural investigation of silence and the call Jesus issues to speak out on issues of justice asks us to reconsider our public response to what happens in our culture and communities. The book is called Interrupting Silence and is available on Amazon or through the congregations.