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October 13, 2019 @ 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Adult Forum Series
Sundays at 9:30 AM in the Parish House Forum Room
This fall’s 275th Anniversary Forum Series helps us examine, in penitence and faith, our own personal and national life today in the light of our spirituality and church history.
In this Sunday’s Forum, historian Drew Dyrli Hermeling will introduce us to some of the power dynamics, racism, violence and competing voices that were prevalent in Pennsylvania before the Revolution.
We will also explore our connection to indigenous people and First Nations history, colonialism and violence on the Pennsylvania frontier.
Andrew Dyrli Hermeling is a historian currently completing a dissertation at Lehigh University on intercultural diplomacy in eighteenth-century North America. He teaches courses on American history and Native American cultures at Messiah College and is a high school history and anthropology teacher at the Stone Independent School here in Lancaster.
Every Sunday at 9:30 AM in the Parish House Forum Room, we engage different topics and facilitators as we seek to deepen our knowledge of God. We continue to explore many different topics relevant to our faith and forums are led by clergy and lay leaders. For more information about Forums, email Fr. Rick.