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Sunday, January 19, 2020, 10:00am - 12:00pm
An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Sunday, repeating until Sunday, February 2, 2020
“Marginalia” are the marks you scribble around the border edges of a book – you know the comments, jokes, critiques, and doodles sure to drive any librarian crazy. Last fall, Redeemer launched a Sunday morning learning series by the same name. Think of it as a kind of Sunday School for grown-ups.
The Book of Ruth is the Old Testament’s underdog, a lot like the non-Jewish widow it’s named after. And for such a tiny book, this literary masterpiece has as a lot to say: about insiders v. outsiders, about the nitty-gritty of local work for justice, and about the God who spreads over the ruins of our lives a sheltering wing. Beginning Sunday, January 19, join Nate Wall (our Scholar-in-Residence) and special guest Angie Hocking (our Pastoral Associate of Outreach & Community Engagement) for a three-week exploration of The Book of Ruth.
To make sure anyone can attend, sessions will run twice each Sunday in the Board Room on the lower level:
- 10 AM-11 AM for folks who attend the 11:15 AM service
- 11 AM-12 PM for folks who attend the 9:30 AM service