The Apostles’ Creed series

The Apostles’ Creed is a summary of the Gospel story: from the very first words which echo the creation event in Genesis 1, to the everlasting future in Revelation. Not only that, but the Apostles’ Creed (and its antecedents) has been a historical building block of the church since the early church. It is only 109 words, but it is a creed that unites all* Christian churches from the Orthodox to the Protestant churches, and even the Roman church.

Over the Spring of 2020, the elders of WEPC will be leading a class through the Apostles’ Creed line by line, using J.I. Packer’s little book, Affirming the Apostles’ Creed, as a guide. Join us on Sunday mornings in the Fellowship Hall of West End Presbyterian Church at 9:20AM this Spring.

**Beginning March 22, all lessons are taught virtually because of the COVID-19 quarantine. Each video can be found at the link below.**

Audio and handouts will be available the week after each lesson at this link.

1. Introduction, “I believe” – February 2, 2020
2. “in God” – February 9, 2020
3. “the Father” – February 16, 2020
4. “Almighty” – February 23, 2020
5. “Maker of heaven and earth.” – March 1, 2020
6. “And in Jesus Christ”- March 8, 2020
7. “His only Son.”- March 22, 2020
8. “Born of the Virgin Mary” – March 29, 2020
9. “Suffered Under Pontius Pilate” – April 5, 2020
10. “He descended into Hell.” – April 10, 2020
11. “The third day” – April 12, 2020
12. “He ascended into heaven”- April 19, 2020
13. “He shall come” – April 26, 2020
14. “I believe in the Holy Ghost” – May 3, 2020
15. “The holy catholic Church” – May 10, 2020
16. “Forgiveness of sins” – May 17, 2020
17. “Resurrection of the body” – May 24, 2020
18. “The life everlasting. Amen.” – May 31, 2020

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