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St. Andrews Lenten Series Features Groton School's David Nelson

Topics include Interfaith Basics, Muslim Neighbors, and Free Press

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Ayer, Wednesday Night Lenten Speaker Series, Contemporary Issues and Christian Faith. Topics will focus on issues facing our country and world and how St. Andrew’s Lenten Speaker Series.

Each event begins with a simple supper of hot soup and bread at 6 p.m., followed by the speaker at 7 p.m.

March 29
David Nelson, Groton School: Loving Our Religiously Different Neighbor: The Basics of Interfaith Friendships
David Nelson, Groton School’s Head of Department of Religion and Ethics, will delve into the issues between Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Nelson holds Masters and Doctorate degrees from Hebrew Union College and has written extensively on this subject and many others. 

April 5
Islamic Center of Fitchburg: Loving Our Muslim Neighbor

March 18
Special guest, journalist Dan Kennedy, will speak about Fake News, False News, and Real News: The Role of a Free and Fair Press in Loving Our Neighbor. Talkl preceded by an Italian Supper at 6. Respond at events@standrewsayer.org with number Attending.
 
St. Andrew’s Lecture Series evenings begin at 6 p.m. with a simple soup supper and the lecture begins at 7 p.m. The church is located at 7 Faulkner St., Ayer. For more info email events@standrewsayer.org.   www.standrewsayer.org

St. Andrew’s is at 7 Faulkner St., Ayer. All events free and open to the public. www.standrewsayer.org

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