Wheaton church to host Book of Acts study in October
On Sundays, Oct. 3 and 10, Gary United Methodist Church in Wheaton hosts "The Book of Acts: The Historical & Archaeological Background" at 9:50 a.m.
The New Testament book of Acts is a remarkable historical record of the very first Christians.
This two-part series will survey the historical context of the book and some of the major archaeological discoveries which help us to understand the world of the Apostles Peter, Paul and the early Church.
Join archeologist Ted Wright for this special Adult Christian Education offering.
Wright is the director of Epic Archaeology, a ministry devoted to demonstrating the trustworthiness and reliability of the Bible. He has spoken on topics in theology, apologetics, biblical criticism and expository preaching. He has participated in excavations in the Middle East and more recently has visited Mount Ararat.
Gary Church, 224 N. Main St. in Wheaton, offers 9 a.m. worship services in the sanctuary and livestreamed at garychurch.org.