Wheaton's Gary UMC to host study on Book of Hebrews

  • Gary United Methodist Church in Wheaton will offer a study on the Book of Hebrews on Sundays, Oct. 17 through Nov. 21.

    Gary United Methodist Church in Wheaton will offer a study on the Book of Hebrews on Sundays, Oct. 17 through Nov. 21. Courtesy of Gary UMC

 
 
Updated 10/8/2021 6:03 PM

Join the Rev. Dr. Stephen C. Williams for a series on David deSilva's study, "Hebrews: Grace and Gratitude."

Gary United Methodist Church in Wheaton will offer a study on Hebrews at 9:50 a.m. Sundays, Oct. 17 through Nov. 21.

 

Author and New Testament scholar David deSilva traces grace and gratitude through the book of Hebrews, helping us to see the connection between God's grace in our lives and the gratitude we can express for our salvation when we answer the call to invest ourselves in God's mission in the world. In this series, you will discover a bold perspective on the meaning and significance of Jesus' death and resurrection in light of the Old Testament and hear afresh God's call to a life of faithfulness.

Participants are invited to attend all six sessions or as they are able.

Gary United Methodist Church in Wheaton will host its annual "Trunk or Treat" event on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 10 a.m. to noon in the church parking lot, 224 N. Main St.

Treats will be served from the trunks of churchgoers' decorated vehicles. The public is invited to dress in costume and enjoy the event.

The church offers a 9 a.m. worship in the sanctuary, complete with Kids' Church, plus livestreaming and recorded worship at garychurch.org.

After the worship service, you can enjoy Sunday School for all ages, plus a coffee hour called "Special Blend."

For more information, go to garychurch.org or contact the church office at office@garychurch.org.

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