Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church worship, November 1, 2020

The Session of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church is suspending all in person church gatherings and worship through the end of 2020. We will re-evaluate at that time.

Sunday worship will take place via Zoom meeting at 10:30 a.m and a link will be sent via the church email list. To be added to the list please contact us: before 9:30 Sunday mornings.

follow this link to view the worship plans for Sunday, November 1, 2020

November 1, 2020, Worship


Join the Adult Ed book discussion:

Adult Ed will meet for book discussion via Zoom from 9:15-10:15 a.m. The current discussion book is “Reading While Black.” Contact for link.

Join us for a 7-week discussion of Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation As An Exercise in Hope by Dr. Esau McCaulley. Dr. McCaulley is a professor at Wheaton College. His book delves into how the Bible can be applied to topics like policing, being a political witness, the Black identity, and slavery. He explains how the Black church tradition is one of justice, hope, and dignity and that these elements can all be found in the Bible, even though it has sometimes been used as a tool to segregate and enslave.

Discussions are Sundays at 9:15 to 10:15 a.m.via Zoom from November 1 to December 20 minus Thanksgiving Sunday.

Here is a link to a You Tube interview about the first chapter which is a good introduction.

Reading schedule:
November 1: Chapter 1 The South Got Somethin’ To Say: Making Space for Black Ecclesial Interpretation
November 8: Chapter 2 Freedom is No Fear: The New Testament and the Theology of Policing
November 15: Chapter 3 Tired Feet, Rested Souls: The New Testament and the Political Witness of the Church
November 22: Chapter 4 Reading While Black: The Bible and the Pursuit of Justice
December 6: Chapter 5 Black and Proud: The Bible and Black Identity
December 13: Chapter 6 What Shall We Do with This Rage? The Bible and Black Anger
December 20: Chapter 7 The Freedom of the Slaves: Pennington’s Triumph and Conclusion