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Immerse Beginnings: Sunday, June 12 - August 21, 2022

UPC has a church wide movement to read through the Bible and participate in weekly discussion groups. To promote Bible reading and reflection, this class will use the Immerse Reading Bible. The Immerse Reading Bible is a six-volume Bible using the New Living Translation, created with the intention of increasing readability and improving the Bible reading experience. We began in 2021 reading the New Testament. During Summer 2022, we will read the first five books of the Old Testament with Immerse:Beginnings. Participants read 30-35 pages each week. Discussion groups meet weekly for 16 weeks to grow in our understanding of the Word of God for our lives today. New participants are always welcome. Discussion groups meet during the Equipping Time on Sundays, or on Monday evenings via Zoom. Discussion Groups will be offered in four ways: 1) Sunday Morning Equipping Time/Larson Hall: Participants will be assigned to a 6-8 person table for the series. 2) Sunday morning Equipping Time for Families/Geneva Hall: Families will gather in Geneva for a family friendly version of Immerse using the standard reading guide as well as an abbreviated kid-friendly version. 3) Sunday mornings via zoom (9:45-10:30am). 4) Monday evenings from 7-8pm via Zoom: The Zoom experience will use breakout rooms with discussion hosts. Existing UPC small groups are invited to participate as well. Register online by clicking the “Sign Up” button below. You may sign up in person in Larson Hall (or purchase the Immerse Bible). Immerse Bible costs $10.
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Sunday, June 12, 2022
9:45 AM - Sunday, August 21, 2022 10:30 AM
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University Presbyterian Church
UPC 4540 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105-4507
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Sunday mornings (in person): 9:45am-10:30am, Larson Hall (adults) and Geneva Hall (families), or Online **OR** Monday evenings via Zoom: 7:00-8:00pm. Participants will meet with the same small group throughout the class.
Peterson, Sue
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