Adult Education

Adult Education

Rock Star: The David Saga

The Reverend Dr. William A. Evertsberg Palace intrigue. Fratricide. Regicide. Coups d’état (several actually). Vaulting ambition. Sexual seduction. Esquire-worthy masculine pulchritude. Incest. Incompetent royals. Corrupt royals.  Bromance, just the subtlest soupçon of same-sex attraction. Infidelity. A season subscription to Chicago Shakespeare Theater?  Actually, I was talking about the Bible, specifically the David Saga [...]

Summer Reading

By The Reverend Katie Snipes Lancaster I'd be lying if I made it seem as if I've had lavish reading time this year. With a new baby in the house, it was all I could do to attend to the front page of the newspaper and the latest issue of the Christian Century [...]

2018-06-22T09:30:33+00:00Adult Education, Church Stories|

Discovering Scotland 2019

Two years ago, Kathy and I accompanied a few Kenilworthians to the Holy Land to walk in the footsteps of Jesus of Nazareth. In the fall of 2019, we hope a few of you will join us for a tour of The Other Holy Land to walk in the footsteps of John Knox, the [...]

2018-08-07T01:47:43+00:00Adult Education, Church Stories, News|

Summer Reading

By Jo Forrest On a transcontinental flight somewhere over Canada, my stomach soured.  I had taken Ron Chernow’s Grant on vacation, thinking I would tackle this behemoth on the long flights and layovers.  By page 150, Chernow had painted a sympathetic portrait of Ulysses S. Grant, but also one that showed a man [...]

2018-06-14T13:22:33+00:00Adult Education, Church Stories|

Summer Reading

By Bill Evertsberg I admire my autodidact friends who construct very disciplined reading plans. A friend of mine decided to read all 37 Shakespeare plays during 2016, the 400th anniversary year of The Bard’s death. You’ll notice that that’s about a play every ten days, which is doable. Another friend decided to devote [...]

2018-06-08T13:03:12+00:00Adult Education, Church Stories|