At the Redeemer, we know that asking deeper questions and exploring issues of faith help us grow both as individuals and as a community.
Sunday Explorations (Autumn, 2023)
Redeemer Explorers invites you to join church friends and family downstairs in the Board Room, Sunday mornings at 9:30, for a smorgasbord of informal 45-minute programs. We began September 10 and will continue through the autumn. Listen, learn, discuss, contribute, and get to know folks better. There’ll be conversation on selected topics, group reflections on one of the day’s Scripture readings, book talks by members of the community who’ve recently published, and more. Here’s what to expect to start. And we’d love to hear from you about ideas for further programs you’d find of interest!
To give us an advance idea of numbers, please register through the links below. (You don’t have to register in advance if you decide just to drop in!)
October 1 – Ann Jervis will talk about her book Paul and Time: Life in the Temporality of Christ, to be released in November.
October 8 – Again, we’ll reflect today on Psalm 19.1-6. Hosted by John Deacon.
October 22 – Trans–>Mission, Part Two: What the Bible Says (and Doesn’t) about Men, Women, and Everybody Else. Hosted by Margaret Rodrigues.
About Redeemer Explorers
Our congregation offers a rare and rich diversity of learning opportunities. These include the initiatives of committees and ministry areas like Creation Matters and the Indigenous Solidarity Working Group (ISWG), as well as offerings from outside the parish, such as the courses led by Sylvia Keesmaat and Brian Walsh through Bible Remixed.
Redeemer Explorers aims to complement these offerings with opportunities for small-group discussion and reflection, experiential learning events like labyrinth walks, and occasional one-time programs on specific topics.