For well over 2,000 years, the Book of Psalms has shaped the individual prayer lives of Jews and Christians, as well as corporate prayer in the synagogues and churches (serving as both an instruction manual and a prayer book). This course will introduce students to the practice of praying the psalms—using the psalms to express praise, lament, thanksgiving, trust, joy and anger. The course will also explore the contexts and poetic composition of some psalms.
Date/Time: Jan 26 – Mar 16 | 7 – 9 PM
Group Discount: ($50 per person for groups of 4 or more)
Please email WSBM with the names of your group members to receive a discount code for your group.
Last Day to Register: January 15
Course Format: In-Person. However, due to the instructor’s health, it may be necessary to have some classes through Zoom.
Textbooks: Taylor, W. David O. Open and Unafraid: The Psalms as a Guide to Life. Nelson Books, 2020
(Students are responsible for getting this required text on their own BEFORE the course starts)