Russell Zerbo from Clean Air Council
Do you believe in God or Science?
Good News, it isn’t a multiple choice question!!!
Have you ever wrestled to reconcile your Christian faith with what you know from reading about modern science? Ever wondered how discoveries in genetics, astronomy, geology, paleontology and evolution can be reconciled with Scripture and what the Bible teaches us about the design and creation of our world?
Then you are going to want to attend an Adult Education class that will address these questions and more. On Sunday October 21, WPC will welcome Dr. Deborah Haarsma, President of BioLogos. This organization was founded by Dr. Francis Collins. He was Director of the Human Genome Project that was the first to decode the entire DNA map. Dr. Collins is currently the Director of the National Institutes of Health, one of the largest medical research organizations in the world. He is the author of The Language of God and a devout Christian. The mission of BioLogos is to promote dialogue between the worlds of faith and science and to empower individuals, teachers and churches to see the harmony between these complementary views of God’s creation.
Deborah is a nationally recognized astronomer and an inspiring Christian leader. She is gifted in interpreting complex scientific topics for lay audiences. Dr. Haarsma often speaks to churches, colleges, and schools about the relationships between science and Christian faith. She is author (along with her husband Loren Haarsma) of Origins: Christian Perspectives on Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design, a book presenting the agreements and disagreements of Christians regarding the history of life and the universe.
In addition to the Adult Education class at 11:00, Deborah will speak with our high school students at 9:30. She is an excellent role model for our children as she demonstrates her Christian values while pursuing a career in science.
You will come away from these opportunities with a renewed sense of the ways science and faith support each other and a deeper appreciation of the wonders of both.
Come and join us for our first annual WPC college football tailgate. Villanova will be playing University of New Hampshire at home. Food will be served and fellowship will be had.
Where: The A-2 lot at the Villanova Stadium. Parking is available at the I-1 parking garage at the corner of Ithan and Lancaster. The stadium is easily accessible from either the Regional train line or the NHSL.
Time: The tailgaiting will begin at 12pm. The kick-off of the footbal game is 2:00pm.
Lot Location: The tailgating will be near the front entrance to the stadium next to the alumni tailgate. More details will be forthcoming when spots are assigned by Villanova.
Cost: Tickets to the game are $7. Parking at the I-1 parking lot is $10.
Food: WPC will provide BBQ and water for everyone. Bring your own beverages.
DATE: FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 2nd
TIME: 6:00 PM at Pamela Jensen’s
407 North Wayne Avenue
Wine and Appetizers
7:00 PM at Church
(parking is free after 6pm)
Dinner and Program
Speaker: Sarah Hostetter
Please join us for this delicious catered event. You will delight in a variety of Thanksgiving tablescapes, be inspired by our speaker and enjoy the fellowship of other women.
This will be a fun night out for women of all ages!
RSVP by October 28th and pay HERE COST: $20.00
Sponsored by WinGS
PRESENTED BY BRAD REEDY, PH.D. AUTHOR OF THE JOURNEY OF THE HEROIC PARENT
Please join us for an inspiring evening of education and awareness with Dr. Brad Reedy, PhD - Author of The Journey of the Heroic Parent. This event will discuss the difficulties our families face raising children in an age of technology, high expectations, and cultural definitions of success.
Date : Thursday, November 15 2018
Time : 7:00pm
Where : Wayne Presbyterian Church, 125 E Lancaster Ave, Wayne PA 19087
Open to the Public
For more information on Dr Reedy, please click here
For questions, please contact Nancy at WPC4Community@gmail.com
So that we may properly plan, please RSVP