This two-hour Zoom webinar is for seekers who want to reflect on the events of Holy Week in some new ways. Using the lens of other languages for the study of our traditional Lenten scriptures, we will discuss and pray about the insights we have been given through God’s gift of our understanding of the Word and each other.
This micro-course is a two-hour Zoom webinar on Monday, March 18, from 6-8 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. There is an optional Blackboard discussion board after the Zoom event for follow-up interaction and further resources. The meeting will be recorded.
The course is worth 0.2 CEUs for those who participate in the entire two-hour session.
Number of weeks: 1
Required books: No
Zoom: Yes, required
Certification or Series: No
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About the Instructor
Teryl Cartwright is a veteran curriculum writer, having published works for more than 20 years. She has a degree in Education and in Critical and Creative Thinking. As a certified lay servant, she gets to pilot interesting ideas in her church and to serve in fresh ways for her UM Conference. She is not an experienced gardener which is an asset–she has done the parable of the sower and several other growing faith “experiments” that she invites you to try too.