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Sun Lakes UM offering Tuesday programs, Bible study

October 11th, 2022 SanTan Sun News
Sun Lakes UM offering Tuesday programs, Bible study
Spirituality
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By Cathy Smoot
Contributor

Sun Lakes United Methodist Church at 9248 E Riggs Road hosts “Tuesday Nights Together,” a series of free programs every month.

Topics vary from light and entertaining to serious and informing. A light meal is offered for a free-will offering at 5:30 p.m. prior to the 6 p.m. program.

On Oct. 11, the program will focus on a Civil War general who was a soldier and a diplomat.

To this day, Gen. Winfield Scott was America’s preeminent soldier and diplomat.

Historians often paint a distorted picture of “Old Fuss and Feathers” due to his advanced age at the onset of the Civil War, failing to recognize earlier accomplishments. 

Over much of the 19th century, Scott designed and commanded a professional army that proved over and over again his war making skills.

However, he won many of his most stunning victories short of fighting and without shedding blood.

Fall Bible studies 

Join an interesting and informative Bible study at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church. 

At 10 a.m. Sundays in Room 1 of the Education Building, Adult Sunday School has Dr. Pickens and others facilitate an hour-long study of biblical principles and their application in our lives.

At 10 a.m. Tuesdays starting Oct. 18 in Room 4 of the Education Building, “The Triumph of Christianity” with Howard Strouse will examine the historical events that led to Christianity’s rise. What began with Jesus and his disciples soon grew to the largest religion in the world, eventually taking over the entire Roman Empire and beyond. 

At 10 a.m. Wednesdays starting Oct,. 12 in Room 3 of the Education Building, “What is the Bible?” by Rev. George and Cathy Smoot facilitate an introduction to the Bible. Participants can learn how to read and understand broad overview of the Bible, its books, organization, approach to reading, and archeological support. 

At 10 a.m. Thursdays beginning Oct. 13 in Room 1 of the ducation Building, “Making Sense of the Bible” with Pastor Marvin Arnpriester offers an honest conversation about the Bible answering foundational questions, how and when it was written, what does it contain and why, as well as how we should understand what we read.