Starting May 5th, join us for a study focusing on the life and theology of Pastor Dietrich Bohoeffer. Bonhoeffer (1906–1945) was a Lutheran Pastor and theologian, and was active in the German resistance to the policies of Hitler and Nazism. This resistance lead to his arrest and eventual execution at the Flossenburg concentration camp just before the end of the war. He lived his life as he understood Christ has called all of us to live, right up to the day of his execution, and is quoted as saying, "This is the end. For me the beginning of life." Our study will begin with an in-depth review of his life and then a discussion of theology based on a number of his influential books including; The Cost of Discipleship, Life Together, and Ethics and Papers from Prison. Our study is scheduled for four Sundays and you are wholeheartedly invited to attend.