The Center for Faith Studies Announces 2017-2018 Lecture Series
Countryside Community Church Hosts Recurring Programs to Explore Spirituality and Identity
OMAHA, Nebr. (August 17, 2017) — The Center for Faith Studies has announced its 2017-2018 Lecture Series entitled “Centering Amidst Disruption: Exploring Spirituality and Identity.” A majority of the programs will be held at Countryside Community Church on 8787 Pacific St. in Omaha, Nebr.
The current speaker roster is listed below. Please note, the schedule is subject to change. All speaker information will be listed and updated accordingly at centerforfaithstudies.org.
January 11, 2018 – 7:00 PM
Frank Schaeffer and Scott Griessel
“Let Me Be Frank: The Traitorous Turnabout of an Evangelical Heir Apparent” – Movie Viewing
March 16-18, 2018 – Friday: 4:30 PM through Sunday: 12 PM
Rev. Eric Elnes, Ph.D.
“Prayer 101”- Prayer Retreat
March 20, 2018 – 7:00 PM
Institute for Holocaust Education- Survivor Testimony
“Each of these programs provide a different point of view and new ways of thinking about a variety of issues that are top of mind in today’s world. Attending an event is a great way for individuals as well as faith groups and classes to gain some insight on religion in society nowadays,” says Courtney Holiday, the Center for Faith Studies’ Administrative Assistant.
Tickets can be purchased for each event and RSVPs can be sent 48 hours in advance by calling 402.397.0350 ext. 119 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit centerforfaithstudies.org for more information and ticket pricing.
About the Center for Faith Studies
The Center for Faith Studies (CFS) was established in August of 2004 through the efforts of a visionary group of church members and donors interested in the concepts being explored. From the beginning, the Center’s mission has been to foster a culture of faithful inquisitiveness into the nature of God, the created world, and our individual and collective roles in it. The Center draws upon a variety of disciplines, including comparative religion, theology, the humanities, and the sciences in its offerings of classes, small group discussions, and large-group presentations.