Join us for our 4-week series: July 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd.
The Bible is full of stories and examples related to gardening. This four-week study will give participants the opportunity to explore why plants and their cultivation are such rich metaphors for the Christian life.
The sermons will be offered live during Sunday-morning worship at Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church (Murrysville, PA). However, they will also be available each week via video or podcast links (meaning that participants can access them at any time).
We are encouraging people to continue attending their community of faith as normal and listen to each installment of the series later.
In addition to receiving the podcast, participants will have the opportunity to engage these topics more deeply each week. Read below for more details.
How it works:
Register – Click here to register for the four-week study.
Receive Materials – Check your email starting on Friday, June 30th, for the upcoming week’s materials. You’ll receive new materials (reflection questions, articles, and other activities) via email each Friday during the four-week study (June 30, July 7, July 14, and July 21).
- If you don’t see an email from us in your inbox, please check your social, promotions, and spam folders!
Watch/Listen (starting July 2, 2023) to the sermon series in-person and via Livestream, or view/listen to the weekly sermons at a time that fits your schedule by using the podcast option.
Engage the Materials – There are several opportunities to engage with the study materials each week outside of Sunday morning worship. These include:
- The weekly emails which provide reflection questions, articles, and other resources to dive deeper into each week’s topic.
- A live mid-week conversation with Karen and Travis on Thursdays at 1 pm EDT (July 6, 13, 20, and 27).
- Those who live in the Murrysville, PA, area are invited to join our in-person conversation on Sunday mornings (July 2, 9, 16, and 23) at 11:15 in the Gathering Place.
Questions? Please feel free to contact us.
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