Manna and Mercy

Adult Education Study: Sundays, April 21 and 28, and May 12 and 19, from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.

On Sunday mornings, men and women of all ages, including college students, are invited to gather in the Hulme Room at 9:45 a.m. to participate in a Christian education study exploring Manna and Mercy, led by the Reverend Elizabeth M. Michael Ross.

The Reverend Elizabeth M. Michael Ross
The Reverend Elizabeth M. Michael Ross

This 100-page paraphrase of the Bible, authored by Lutheran pastor Daniel Erlander, walks us from Genesis through Revelation using the twin themes of manna and mercy. The resource is described as “a graphic novel ahead of its time, using clever, dynamic artwork and profound prose to tell the story of God’s unfolding plan to mend the entire universe.” For those desiring to deepen their familiarity with the Bible, this study offers a broad overview. For those well-acquainted with the scriptures, this study offers a new paradigm by which to trace the story of God’s perseverance and love.

Copies of Manna and Mercy are available from the bookcase in the Parlor (adjacent to the Sharp Atrium) for a suggested donation of $10; alternatively, the book may be purchased online from Augsburg Fortress.

Note: Due to the Pittsburgh Marathon, this study will not meet on the morning of Sunday, May 5.

Reminder: Childcare for infants through two-year-olds starts at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings, and Children’s Ministry leaders are ready to welcome older children during this time should families choose to participate in person.

For additional information, please contact the church office.