Madelon offers a bible study and many bible study topics on her website: Bibleroads.com.
Click the link for the handout from the talk: “The Week That Changed The World”
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We invite you, our global family, to experience a special Easter talk, entitled, “The Week That Changed The World” by bible scholar, Madelon Maupin, at Third Church of Christ, Scientist, in New York City.
Is a 2000+ year old story relevant to an age of nuclear threats and nation-state saber rattling? How did Christ Jesus challenge the prejudices of his time to forever alter the freedom of mankind? Christ Jesus declared, “I came not to send peace, but a sword” (Matt. 10:34). This man of unspeakable love that knew no gender, age, racial or ethnic biases was nonetheless ready to bring a sword to whatever would limit, imprison or undermine anyone. Our special Easter talk given by Madelon Maupin will delve into this remarkable story and its place in our lives today.
Our special Easter talk will take place on Friday, March 30th, at Third Church of Christ, Scientist, NYC, located at 583 Park Avenue at 63rd Street. Join us for festive organ music at 6:45pm, followed by musical performers at 7:00pm. Madelon’s talk will begin at 7:30pm.
It will be broadcast live in English and we will provide a live simultaneous Spanish translation for the Spanish-speaking audience.
We hope to spend this special time with you in person at 583 Park Avenue, where childcare will be provided for those too young to join in the festivities.
Additionally, we invite those who cannot attend in person to watch online at ThirdChurchNYC.com or listen via conference phone call at (310) 372-7549, access code 607611.
You can also add yourself to the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/344128059431043/
Parking and transportation information can be found here.
We look forward to seeing you!
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Meet Our Speaker, Madelon Maupin!
Madelon Maupin is a dedicated Christian Scientist and spiritual thinker who has traveled worldwide sharing her love of the Bible. She has devoted her life work to unwrapping the history, politics, and culture of the books of the Bible that lead listeners to their own spiritual alignment with a fuller understanding. She does this by providing Bible study resources, including online course and workbooks. She also tours extensively giving talks on the Bible through her organization, BibleRoads.
Madelon’s training includes a Masters Degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary. She has served on the Board of Trustees for Adventure Unlimited, a Christian Science Youth organization, the New Theological Seminary of the West in Southern California, the Southern California Faith and Order Commission, and she is a member of the national ecumenical team of The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston, MA.
Madelon Maupin combines a strong business career of 35+ years with a great love for biblical principles. She has written over 70 articles on spirituality, including 35 articles for the Christian Science Journal and Sentinel, with the goal of helping people uncover and apply biblical guidelines to today’s challenges.
Meet Our Musicians!
Erika Amato is an award-winning actress and singer with over 3 decades of professional performing experience. She’s sung in various choirs, a cappella grounds, and vocal ensembles since elementary school, including the Kent Place Chorale, Vassar College Choir, Definitely Dickens Holiday Carolers, Raise (Gospel/R&B), and has been alto section leader at several NYC churches, including Christ Church Bay Ridge, St. Clement’s Episcopal Church, and the Roman Catholic Church of the Epiphany. To list a few of her recent regional musical theatre credits: INTO THE WOODS (The Witch – BWW Nomination) THE SOUND OF MUSIC (The Baroness) SLEEPING BEAUTY WAKES (Bad Fairy – LA Ovation Nomination), TV/Film credits include “Quantum Leap,” and “Enchanted.” For a full list of credits, please visit www.erikaamato.com
Albert Jensen-Moulton is the musical director and baritone soloist for the Candlewood Singers, whose recordings of hymns can be found in Christian Science Reading Rooms. He studied voice and composition at Boston University and Manhattan School of Music, and has performed in operas, concerts, and recitals throughout the country. He has served as the regular soloist at branch churches in Winchester, Massachusetts and Ridgewood, New Jersey, and is currently the co-soloist at Eighth Church in Manhattan. Albert is the General Manager at Glück Pipe Organs, where he has built, repaired, and tuned pipe organs for the past 19 years.
Jenny Lynn Stewart is the soloist at Third Church of Christ Scientist. Jenny made her Carnegie Hall debut as the soprano soloist in Dvorak’s Requiem. She has toured the United States and the world in such Rodgers and Hammerstein classics as Carousel (Nettie Fowler) and The Sound of Music (The Mother Abbess) with fellow artists including Marie Osmond, John Davidson, and Patrick Cassidy. In addition, Jenny also enjoys touring the US with her one-woman shows focusing on inspirational gems from the Great American Songbook.
Third Church is committed to sharing this healing Easter message to audiences worldwide. Please share this page with a friend so they can join us too. Donations for the evening’s festivities are gratefully accepted. Click here to donate today.
We, as always, invite you to our Sunday services at 11:00am, our Wednesday meetings at 7:30pm to hear testimonies of healing, and our Sunday services in Spanish at 1:00pm. You are welcome to visit our Reading Room on the lower level of the Church building, to learn more about God’s love. You can also visit Spirituality.com to learn more about Christian Science, or this website ThirdChurchNYC.com to learn more about our church.
Sincerely, The Members of Third Church of Christ, Scientist, New York City