“An Introduction to Presbyterianism—Our Identity, Highlights, and Relevance for Today”
A Special Invitation for the Grace Family
Join a special workshop on Sunday evening, November 29, at 6:00 p.m. with Dr. Sean Lucas. Anyone and everyone is welcome at this Zoom gathering—our Grace family, other churches, and PCA partners.
So what’s this special opportunity on a holiday weekend?
We excitedly talk about worship, discipleship, and fellowship at Grace. But who are we as Presbyterians? How do I describe Presbyterianism to my Baptist neighbor on one side and my Hindu neighbor on the other side of me? What’s our Presbyterian history? What parts of Presbyterianism speak powerfully to a pluralistic, divided, modern-day culture? These are essential learning curves for our Grace family.
- Learn the highlights of our Presbyterian identity and history—something to deepen your roots.
- Learn some of the stories behind our beliefs—something to stretch your understanding.
- Learn how Presbyterianism is absolutely relevant for our current Postmodern and divided culture—something to launch your involvement in our world.
Who is the speaker?
Dr. Sean Lucas will preach at Grace’s online Sunday morning service at 11:00 a.m. He will then teach this workshop at 6:00 pm this Sunday in a Zoom gathering. Dr. Lucas is the Senior Pastor of Independent Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee. He is also the Chancellor’s Professor of Church History at Reformed Theological Seminary where he has taught since 2011. He has authored many books, including On Being Presbyterian: Our Beliefs, Practices, and Stories. We trust you’ll enjoy Dr. Lucas’ captivating and interesting teaching style.
How do I RSVP and watch the workshop?
It’s simple! Just click on the RSVP link below to register. We’ll e-mail you the link to join the Zoom gathering. It’s that easy!