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Making All Things New: A Series on the Prophets of the Hebrew Bible

Sundays, January 10–February 14, 2021, at 10am 

In this six-week Epiphany series, the Rev. Winnie Varghese, the Rev. Dr. Julie Faith Parker, Professor of Hebrew Bible at The General Theological Seminary, and Summerlee Staten, Trinity’s Executive Director of Faith Formation and Education, will guide us as we consider how we might look to reshape our society in light of recent turmoil, and how the Hebrew prophets offer a vision of a just society where all can thrive.

Register here for the meeting link. The zoom meetings will open at 9:30am before the events begin at 10am.

January 10

“Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters” Join Summerlee Staten, Trinity’s Executive Director of Faith Formation and Education, in a discussion on the prophet Amos and how he speaks to the social justice issues of our own time.

January 17

“Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters” Join Summerlee Staten, Trinity’s Executive Director of Faith Formation and Education, in a discussion on the prophet Amos and the writings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

January 24

Prophetic Women, Bold Voices Join the Rev. Winnie Varghese for a two-week look at the Female Prophets in the Hebrew Scriptures who spoke truth to power in their own time, and still speak to us today.

January 31

Prophetic Women, Bold Voices Join the Rev. Winnie Varghese for a two-week look at the Female Prophets in the Hebrew Scriptures who spoke truth to power in their own time, and still speak to us today.

February 7

Isaiah: Holding onto Justice in Times of Transition The book of Isaiah is complicated (extending over centuries) but key themes of justice ring clearly throughout its prophecy. The Rev. Dr. Julie Faith Parker, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at General, will lead us in a creative, academic, and engaging exploration of Isaiah's message.

February 14

Jeremiah: Living into Justice amidst Crisis Jeremiah knows all about despair—and with good reason. Dr. Parker will situate this book historically and help us discover the ways in which this ancient prophet offers hope and clings to justice in times of crisis.