Angels in the Bible

George M. Smiga, S.T.D.

Six Saturdays – January 16 to February 20, 2021

9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.       Cost: $120

Course will be offered via Zoom video conferencing.

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Angels appear throughout the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament. In early biblical passages their presence is elusive. We are uncertain  whether a biblical character is an angel, a human, or even God’s own self. As the angelic tradition develops, angels acquire distinctive roles and names. This course will examine the presence of angels in the Bible according to their assigned ministries of worshiping, communicating, ruling, judging, and guarding. Because angels act as God’s agents, studying angels can help us appreciate the very nature of our God.



Spirituality, Well-Being and the Wholeness of Life

Alan Kolp, Ph.D

Four Mondays in March: 1, 8, 15, 22

7:00 to 9:00 p.m.      Cost: $80.00

Course will be offered via Zoom video conferencing.

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In these troubled times, people seek to discover what Thomas Merton called our hidden wholeness.  Our hidden wholeness links to our well-being and our well-being is rooted in spirituality.  This four-week series will examine a spiritual foundation that can frame a focus on human well-being that uncovers and develops our wholeness.



A Lenten Art Retreat

Rev. Deacon Lydia Bailey

A Saturday Morning Experience, Saturday March 14, 2020

10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.          $40.00 (includes parking), bring a prepared lunch

The Cleveland Museum of Art

11150 East Boulevard, Cleveland 44106

Space is limited to 10 people, social distancing protocol will be followed.

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This will be a different art museum experience.  It will be a semi-self-directed Lenten retreat involving the participant’s reflection on a single piece of art.  The retreat leader will prepare participants for choosing a piece of art for personal reflection.  The art work one settles on can speak to us spiritually without having a conventional religious subject. It can be an icon that serves as a window into God.