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Next Upcoming Event
FAITH MATTERS is a weekly (Wednesday) gathering sponsored by AIIA in combination with the Monson Community Church. During a typical weekly session we consider what the Bible says about matters of life and truth — what we should believe, and how we are to conduct ourselves while here on earth. In 2023 we will be particularly focused on exploring worldviews, examining alternative belief systems, and considering the application of Christian apologetics.
WHAT HAPPENS. This one-hour weekly event typically consists of Bible teaching, lectures, resource reviews, and conversation geared for thinking adults and senior teens.
FAITH MATTERS is open to the public. There is no admission charge. Participation is welcomed but not required. No one will be made to feel uncomfortable by being pressured to contribute to the discussion.
FEATURED THIS WEEK: In this fifth session of a ten-part series on comparative religions, we’ll be using a chart that details the various beliefs of 20 cults and world religions on a whole range of subjects, e.g. What do Sikhs believe about the Holy Spirit? What do pagans believe about God? What do Christian Scientists believe about the Bible? What do Jews believe about the afterlife? What does the Unification Church believe about sin? Free charts will be made available. Plan to join us.