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2225 New Street, Burlington, ON

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Return of Church Keys…. The Property and Finance Committee would appreciate the return to the Church Office of any keys that are no longer being used. Thank you

Security of our Church Premises

A respectful reminder to all Church Groups, Committees, Teams and other Users of Burlington Baptist Church premises: please make sure all outside doors are locked when you leave the building. This may mean checking the control to the left of the East Door, to make sure the control is set to 'OUT ONLY'. Thank you for your co-operation.

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 Tuesday, January 15: Adult Study Group begins 2.00-4.00pm in the Upper Room.

We will be studying The Great Course “Death, Dying, and the Afterlife: Lessons from World Cultures”. “It’s a universal truth: Everyone – including you – will eventually die. Other forms of life on our planet will also die, but we might be the only living creatures who cannot help but contemplate our mortality. After thousands of years of pondering it, we still find death one of life’s most perplexing mysteries – yet it doesn’t have to be the most frightening. This course is an uplifting, meaningful, and multidisciplinary exploration of life’s only certainty. While we are predisposed to look upon death with fear and sadness, it’s only by confronting and exploring death head-on that we can actually embrace the important role that it plays in our lives. Death, it turns out, is a powerful teacher, one that can help us: • Think responsibly and deeply about the meaning and value of life • Connect with the beliefs and traditions of cultures and faiths different from our own • Gain the wisdom and guidance to live a richer, more fulfilling life while we have it.” The course is taught by Professor Mark Berkson of Hamline University. He holds a PhD from Stanford University in Religious Studies and Humanities.