Join us at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, September 8 in the Fellowship Hall as we officially launch Church School programming for the year. We will have fun activities, teacher and shepherd introductions, and course offerings for everyone!
Adult Bible Study
The Conference Room class will explore a variety of biblical texts through the Feasting on the Word curriculum.
Adult Parks Wilson Room
September 22 Nancy Rabelais, LUMCON
Nancy Rabalais, a marine biologist, is the foremost expert on the Dead Zone in the Gulf, an area so lacking in oxygen that marine animals cannot survive. In her talk, “We All Live Upstream and Downstream,” she will explain how the ecosystems of the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi River watershed are inexorably linked by water and people. Nancy is Professor and Shell Oil Endowed Chair in the Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences at Louisiana State University and a winner of the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship.
September 29 Camille Manning Broom (CPEX)
October 6 Craig Colten (LSU geographer)
October 13 Gene Turner (LSU)
Eugene Turner, LSU Boyd Professor in the Department of Oceanography and Coastal Science, is an expert on coastal wetland conservation and habitat restoration. He will explain “How We Lost the Coast: Past, Present and Future.” He says it “has something to do with the difference between yield and loot… and future sea level rise.” He will stress our role in responsible stewardship of the land and waters of Louisiana.
October 20 John Day (Coastal Studies)
The topic : Global Change in the 21st Century with Emphasis on Climate Change and the Mississippi Delta.
October 27 Melissa Baustien, MS, PhD (LSU -The Water Institute)
Climate Change and the Environment
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