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Christian Education Electives for March / April 2024
Christian Education Electives for March / April 2024

Sun, Mar 03


Great Valley Presbyterian Church

Christian Education Electives for March / April 2024

Starting Sunday, March 3 we will offer two new electives during the 9 am Adult Christian Education Hour (CEH). These new classes meet from 9 am to 10 am each Sunday morning through the end of April (except Easter Sunday).

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Time & Location

Mar 03, 2024, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Great Valley Presbyterian Church, 2025 Swedesford Rd, Malvern, PA 19355, USA

About the Event

You can choose from two classes for this round of electives (click "read more" for full descriptions). Classes meet from 9am to 10am each Sunday morning (except Easter Sunday). Your registration is helpful to us in determining the locations and setups for our classes.

Johannine Epistles

Led by Various Teachers

The Johannine epistles – 1, 2, and 3 John – provide us with insights from the earliest believers in Jesus. The letters encourage us to think deeply about many topics, such as what it means to love God and one another, as well as how to handle false teachings and teachers. As we read through these letters together, we’ll learn more about God and his love for us. This class will be taught by many teachers with a new person leading each week.


Led by Dave McDonald

We will be studying the topic of forgiveness with an emphasis on what the Bible teaches as we study various passages of scripture. We will also consider some of the key insights and principles Tim Keller presents in his book, Forgive. Forgiving others is not something that is easy to do. However, God’s Word gives us guidance and God’s grace gives us the resources to become forgiving people. We will be learning why we should forgive and seeking to learn how we can forgive others. As fellow disciples of Jesus we will have opportunity to support and encourage one another as we seek to learn how to become those who practice forgiveness in our relationships with others.

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