Friday, December 24, 2010

New Series Starts Jan 5: Good News for People with Big Problems

Axl Rose. Woody Allen. Lindsey Lohan. Brian Wilson (the aging odd rock star pictured on the left). Michael Jackson. Mark Sanford.

What can these people teach us about the Christian message? And what can Christianity offer in light of the stress and problems in your life?

Join us for "Good News for People with Big Problems." Hosted by Anchor, a group of people in their 20s and 30s, and featuring pastor/speaker/blogger Aaron Zimmerman, this six-part series examines what the basic Christian message might have to say in light of the real stresses and problems of life, while weaving together pop culture, art, music, movies, and literature with the Biblical diagnosis of reality.

All 20s and 30s invited, whether you go to church, left church, or never went to church. We don’t have all the answers, but we’re very interested in the questions and the conversation.

Starting Weds, Jan 5. (Future sessions: Jan 12, 26, Feb 2, 9, 23)
At St. Stephen's Church (corner of Walnut St. and Frederick Ave. in Sewickley)
Dinner and Conversation at 6:30pm
Presentation at 7:15pm

You don't have to come to each session--feel free to come as you are able.

Dinner $5. Free childcare. Free parking at St. Stephen's Church. RSVP on facebook.

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