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Brownson U has three foundational principles: Courageous Conversations, Innovative Connections, Experiential Discipleship. You will receive more details about these phrases in the coming weeks, but we were very intentional with our selections because we believe they are both aspirational and concrete. In other words, they will serve as core values for us to live into and as guiding principles for new adult discipleship offerings going forward.


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Brownson Connects:

The Ligon Bible Class- This class studies The Present Word
quarterly curriculum. Join us in Conference Room B at 9 AM.

The Living Word Today (hybrid) – This class discusses current events through the lens of our Christian faith, using The Wired Word curriculum. Join us in Conference Room A or on Zoom at 9 AM. Meeting ID: 815 7201 6346, Passcode: 058642.

Donuts and Devotionals – Bring your coffee and donuts to Conference Room C at 9 AM today as we discuss some of the most important stories in the New Testament.

Adult Studies:

Theology on Tap–The men of the church meet on Wednesday nights at 6 PM at Table on the Green.

Men's Prayer Breakfast - This men’s group meets the first and third Tuesday of every month at 7 AM at Sizzlin’ Steak or Eggs. Please contact Bill Berger for more information.


2022 Lenten Series Small Groups

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How Shall We Live?

This year’s study will be slightly different; we’re going to use the book No Cure for Being Human by Duke Divinity School Professor Kate Bowler as one of our resources. This book is a series of personal reflections on Bowler’s liver cancer diagnosis and treatment. Bowler confronts her own humanity in this journey and reflects very honestly on how it challenged and reoriented her life.  

After getting her diagnosis, Bowler says to her father, “Live. I’m not sure I know how to do that anymore.” This becomes the central question of the book, “How shall I live”? This is a very relevant question for us all. In response to the suffering of the last two years we as individuals and as a community have been asked that same question, “How shall we live?” This is also our question in Lent. In response to the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, we as Christians are confronted with the question, “How shall we live?”