Join us on March 21 as we conclude a four-week WEF series on Lived Theology led by Rev. Jeff Meyers, RPC's Senior Pastor. This class will explore historical case studies to investigate how individual and communal theological beliefs motivate, shape, and direct human action. From the 1964 Freedom Summer movement to World War II-era Germany, from the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide to the Civil Rights movement, this series will explore historical examples of how people live out their theological convictions. We will critically engage these people and movements in order to more fully understand how our own theological assumptions guide our decisions and lives.
Come for dinner at 5:45 p.m. in Alderman Hall and stay for the program that begins at 6:30 p.m.
Join us most Wednesday Evenings during the year for a night of good food, time for fellowship, and interesting and educational programs for adults, youth, and children.
More information is available on the WEF schedule, programming, and meal passes/dinner menu.