June 2 – Ed Bethune
June 9 – Rabbi Gene Levy
June 16 – Louise Allison
June 23 – Chuck Chapell
June 30 – Liz and Bill Branch
The Adult Education Ministry will offer something a little different during the month of June. Each Sunday during the month of June a different leader will present a different topic. This will allow flexibility for summer vacation schedules. You won’t “be behind” if you have to miss a week or two for graduations, weddings, vacations, etc. Join us in Room 65/66 each Sunday, 9:50-10:50 a.m. for a variety of topics and speakers. We are very excited about our speakers in the series:
Sunday, June 2: Ed Bethune
Ed Bethune will speak about his memoir, Jackhammered, a story of hope and redemption. It is a story told with candor by a man who had a complicated childhood, joined the Marines when he was 18, became a special agent of the FBI, then a prosecuting attorney…..eventually winning a seat in the United States House of Representatives (in 1978). He will share of his childhood struggles, his political successes, and the fearsome storm he encountered at sea that changed his life.
Sunday, June 9: Rabbi Gene Levy
Gene Levy, a rabbi recently retired from Temple B’nai Israel and friend to many at Second Presbyterian will talk about his “favorite” story from the Old Testament. He will explore the story of the Exodus as found in the book of Exodus and talk about the story from the Jewish perspective.
Sunday, June 16: Louise Allison
Executive Director of PATH – Partners Against Trafficking Humans
Sunday, June 16: Chuck Chapell
To Kill A Mockingbird at Age 53….Why Readers Continue to Admire the Novel and View the Film
Sunday, June 30: Liz and Bill Branch
PCUSA Peacekeeping Accompaniers in Columbia