Today @ 10 Class Schedule

Our adult Sunday School class titled Today at Ten has benefited recently from our connectional relationship with Presbytery and our partner churches in Atlanta in that we have had many excellent speakers.

For Lent, we chose a slightly different format in that we are going to have our own talented leaders guide us through a Leader-led series that is centered on the Great Thanksgiving Prayer.

We say this prayer or portions of it at least monthly, but do we really know what it means and why we say that particular prayer? We will take this prayer apart and study it section by section, including the children’s version, as well.

We’ll also have a special 1-week conversation on flourishing with Executive Presbyter of the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta, Rev. Aisha Brooks-Lytle on March 31.

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    March 10

    Lenten Study: Great Prayer of Thanksgiving

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    March 17

    Lenten Study: Great Prayer of Thanksgiving

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    March 24

    Lenten Study: Great Prayer of Thanksgiving

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    March 31

    Rev. Aisha Brooks-Lytle – Flourish

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    April 7

    Lenten Study: Great Prayer of Thanksgiving

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    April 14

    Lenten Study: Great Prayer of Thanksgiving

Guest Speaker

Rev. Aisha Brooks-Lytle

is a native of Philadelphia. She graduated and holds a Bachelor of Science in Music from Temple University. After spending a significant time as youth director at Wayne Presbyterian church, she obtained a Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. She served various other churches in the Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York and surrounding areas through her music ministry and in her ministry of preaching, teaching, and pastoral care before returning to Wayne Presbyterian Church in February 2013. Aisha served as a mission pastor for Wayne Presbyterian while she was also serving as the Organizing Pastor for The Common Place, a faith-based arts and education center in Southwest Philadelphia.

Aisha is now serving as the Executive Presbyter for the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta. She is honored and overjoyed to serve in this new role as an encourager to the congregations and leaders in the presbytery. She is blessed to have her mother, Deborah, and her son, Ellington, join her in this adventure in Atlanta.

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