Jewish Roots of Christianity: The Tabernacle


Group Type

Bible & Book Study

Age Group

Multi-Age

When

Wednesdays at 6:00 PM

Where

On-Campus
Room: 2140 A map

August 15 – October 10, 2018


During their years in the wilderness, the nation of Israel was set apart by God to show the world his love and compassion for humanity. One way was through the Tabernacle, the portable dwelling place for God's glory in the midst of his people. This class will explore the design and construction of the Tabernacle from both a Jewish and Christian perspective. We will look at elements of worship, the difference between the sacred and secular, and why God's people are called to live holy lives as Christ dwells in our hearts through faith. 

Open to all adults each week. No materials to purchase.

More Information

For more information or to visit this study , please contact Julie Gilbreath.