sundayschool

 

The Winter Semester of Sunday school has began on December 5th, 2021 and will run until February 27th 2022. There are two classes available for enrolment.


1. “Basic Christian Ethics” 

Teacher: Hansel Wang

Zoom Link to Class: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7876891881

Please register for this class via email to hchwang@telus.net

Course Description: 

Human beings make numerous decisions every single day. Due to the complexity of the modern life, most, if not all, of these decisions have direct or indirect ethical implications at both the personal and societal levels. For the ancient Israelites, their Redeemer gifted them with the great principles (The Decalogue) and the civil laws as their guide (or basic ethics) for living as His covenanted people right after they came out of Egypt. Jesus re-affirmed in his teaching the absolute importance of these instructions for believers under the New Covenant (Mt 5:18). The objective of this course is to rediscover the relevance of the these instructions as the basic tenets of ethics for believers who live in the contemporary postmodern era.


2. “New Testament Survey II” 

Teacher:  YC Ip

Course Description: 

In this course, we will study the four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. We will look into the basic features of each Gospel in telling the story of Jesus. Among the topics we will study in details are:

     (1) Events leading to the birth of Jesus and the beginning of His Ministry;

     (2) Jesus’ teachings, including the Sermon on the Mount;

      (3) Jesus’ miracles and healings ministry;

      (4) The many Parables of Jesus;

      (5) The Passion of Jesus;

      (6) The Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus.

The aim of this course is to provide a greater understanding and a deeper appreciation of the Four Gospels and how they contribute to our belief that  ”Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and by believing you may have life in His name”(John 20:31).  

 

Zoom Link to Class: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87209079686?pwd=Q2NYZld0YVhpbDl5UWN2QUNDV2p5dz09

Please register for this class via email to ycip@shaw.ca