From Jerusalem to Bucktown: Moments in Church History

From Jerusalem to Bucktown: Moments in Church History

How did the church make it from Jerusalem to Bucktown? Why are there so many different “types” of Christians? How has the church navigated culture, political power, and conflict? Join us for a new five-week class on decisive moments in the history of Christianity that continue to shape the life of the global church today. Please join us starting June 5 in the All Saints Room during Common Ground at 10:15.  Each week focuses on a chapter from Mark Noll’s Turning Points: Decisive Moments in the History of Christianity. Advanced reading is recommended, but not required.

June 5: The Fall of Jerusalem (70 AD)
June 12: The Council of Nicea (325 AD)
June 19: The Great Schism (1054 AD)
June 26 & July 3: No Class
July 10: Diet of Worms (1521)
July 17: The French Revolution (1789)