Imagine if you could take a time machine back to 150 AD to see what Christian worship would have looked like. Join Fr. Mayer and a few others to do exactly that as he takes you on a fascinating journey looking at the writings of both Christians and outsiders who describe in detail what Christian worship was like during the first four centuries of the faith as well as the archaeological discovery of the earliest extant house church! This interactive seminar will be led by Fr. Mayer, an engaging presenter who grew up as a devout Pentecostal, then served for a time as an Episcopal Priest before coming into the Catholic Church. This is a great opportunity for Protestants to better understand Catholics and to experience an engaging and interactive presentation designed to bring Protestants and Catholics together around the Bible and church history.
Workshop Location: Assumption Catholic Church (2403 Atlantic Blvd), Conference Room (located in the rectory – call or text when you arrive and Father or someone he sends will come and find you and lead you to the conference room: 904-999-1423).
Food & RSVP Deadline: Sub Sandwiches, option of turkey or roast beef, from Publix, chips, water, soda. Please confirm as soon as possible, but no later than December 16, 2022 if you are planning to attend, so that we can get the food order right – Office@StJamesCC.org or 904-999-1423