No One Is Left Behind: Revelation Lecture Series

Feb. 11, 2010

For Immediate Release

 

Contact: John Sumwalt

Our Lord's United Methodist Church

5000 S. Sunny Slope Rd.

New Berlin, WI 53151

414-425-7030

pastor@ourlordsumc.org

 

 

 

 

"No One Is Left Behind: Reading Revelation with Hope," a series of five lectures on the book of Revelation with Sandra Herrmann and John Sumwalt, is being offered by Our Lord's United Methodist Church in New Berlin, Wednesdays at 6:30 PM, February 24-March 24. Kathryn Rambo will offer a meditation on "Angels in Revelation" on March 3.

 

Each presentation will feature art inspired by Revelation, paintings,movies and music, beginning with a "walk in choir" on Feb. 24 singing "The Hallelujah Chorus" from Frederic Handel's Messiah. It is open to all who love to sing.

 

Scenes from Revelation inspired movies will include: Ingmar Bergman's classic, "The Seventh Seal," Clint Eastwood's "Pale Rider," "Places In The Heart" with Sally Field, and "The Left Behind" series.

 

Call 414-425-7030 or go to ourlordsumc.org. Our Lord's is located at the intersection of Beloit Rd and S. Sunny Slope Rd accross from Valley View Park.

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