Our free lecture series are a time to connect with people in our community who are seeking to know God. These lectures provide an opportunity to intensively study and discuss a passage in the Bible, probe questions about God and the world in which we live, and encounter others considering the same ideas. No reservations are required. Everyone is welcome.

If you're looking for more regular studies in the Bible, please join us for worship or check out a Bible study group!

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Overview of the Bible

May 11th, 2019

Do you want to read the Bible, but you don’t always understand what is going on? Then this lecture series is designed for you! The lessons will give an overview of the Bible story, allowing you to read any part of the Bible and have a basic understanding of what is happening in the narrative.

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The Book of Luke

October 7th, 2017

A in-depth investigation of the life of Christ. Carefully researched from eye-witnesses and written to skeptics, the gospel according to Luke is one of the most fascinating and convicting books in the New Testament.

The Book of Revelation

October 22, 2016

A book that has mystified generations, but should it?  Isn't it a "revelation"?  If it's so shrouded in mystery, how could there be a blessing to those who hear it?  If it's so confusing, how could its audience be expected to understand and benefit from it?  In four one-hour lessons, get familiar with this tremendously powerful book so relevant for today.

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God, I Have Some Questions

April 2, 2016

4 common questions.  4 answers from the Bible.

This series with guest speaker, Phil Morgan, addresses questions about the Bible, God, the Christian life, and injustice.  Each session concludes with a candid Q & A with the audience at the Boston Public Library.  What would you ask God?

What's The Point?

October 17, 2015

"Vanity of vanities! All is vanity," says the writer of Ecclesiastes when he sets out to test the meaning of life, having a discerning mind and ample opportunity to pursue goals such as wisdom, pleasure, achievements, and riches.  Yet the book is certainly not a hopeless one: one can succeed at life if one only knows the secret

God Is...: Seeking God in the Psalms

April 4, 2015

Who is God?  What is He like?  What are His people like?  What are God's plans?  Seek Him with us in the Psalms, a book of ancient Hebrew poetry!  These inspired prayers and songs tell us so much about the God of the Bible.

The Bible on Trial  

October 25, 2014

A follow up presentation to last year's popular lectures, this series explores common objections to the Bible with additional information and a new focus on apparent contradictions in the Bible.

Discovering the Way of Jesus

April 19, 2014

A thematic journey through the embodiment of Jesus’ transformative teaching on the kingdom of heaven, this series explores the “Sermon on the Mount” as found in Matthew 5-7.  Topics include the shaping of our motives, the paradoxical nature of spiritual strength, the establishment of healthy relationships, and the choice we are urged to make to follow the King.

The Bible on Trial

October 26, 2013

With claims to divine inspiration and eternal, worldwide authority, critical objections to the Bible aren’t surprising. It is the product of humans, it’s been corrupted over the years, and it’s an ancient document with no relevance today. Or is it? These four lectures on the reliability of the Scriptures, its historical accuracy, its moral stance, and its clarity seek to begin to answer those questions. 

Please see "The Bible on Trial" 2014 for the most recent audio recordings!

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