lLed by Rev. Katie McClelland. Paul’s Letter to the Romans is considered one of the most significant writings of the Bible. It speaks to all the key issues of the Christian faith. Paul was an incredible theologian, and when we slowly work our way through his heartfelt letter to the church in Rome, we will be enriched spiritually and intellectually. The Letter to the Romans is noted for providing a solid foundation in a Christian worldview.
For those who participated in the Acts Unwrapped group, you will come to Paul’s writings with a fresh understanding of the background and situations he addresses in Romans. Please join with us to Unwrap the Letter to the Romans. Thursdays @ 6:15pm PST on Zoom. Beginning, May 27.
Rev. Katie McClelland Biography
After retiring from a successful career as a VP in the tech industry, Rev. McClelland became ordained and now spends her time in service to the spiritual and physical well-being of her community, both at home and abroad. While serving as an Associate Pastor, she was called as a missionary to the Philippines, to teach young church leaders in Mindanao, and in Senegal, for evangelism to a local women’s prison and village ministries. She serves in The Grateful Garment Project, a non-profit organization for victims of sexual violence, where she raises awareness and support by sharing their mission with community groups. Rev. McClelland holds baccalaureate and graduate degrees from San Jose State University in Political Science and International Relations and a Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary. Katie and her husband Dick have lived in San Jose for over 40 years and have twin adult daughters and their first grandchild.