Lenten Lunch Series

Lenten Lunch Series

Online Bible Study
Lenten Lunch Series
Schedule
Starting February 18
6-Week Interactive Study 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm EST

Take one lunch a week during Lent and see Jesus...

Follow us into the crowd that followed Jesus...

...and experience the tender yet powerful ways Jesus reached out to everyone he met. See how he loved people, what he was like as a person, why countless others were drawn to him.

Using the gospels, journey back to the first century and see what it would have been like to meet Jesus face to face. We'll look at a variety of moments from the life of Jesus, and feature a different trainer from seeJesus every week.

Add a ticket for every week you'd like to join us:

  • February 18

  • February 25

  • March 4

  • March 11

  • March 18

  • March 25

Meet Maggie Snyder
Training Coordinator

With a law degree from Cornell University, you might expect to find Maggie Snyder holding forth before a court of law. But Maggie, who rests in the fact that Jesus fulfills the perfect law of God, now spends her time pointing people to him. As a seeJesus trainer, Maggie is passionate about leading people deeper into the life of Jesus and seeing them excited and challenged as they learn more about Him and about themselves. 

Maggie, who has led or helped to lead women’s Bible studies for over twenty years, views each seeJesus seminar as an opportunity to worship alongside fellow believers. She’s excited to be part of what God is doing through seeJesus to get the words of life and light into people around the globe. Maggie and her late husband, Mike, have three grown children and five grandchildren. Maggie lives in the Philadelphia area.

With a law degree from Cornell University, you might expect to find Maggie holding forth before a court of law. But Maggie, who rests in the fact that Jesus fulfills the perfect law of God, now spends her time pointing people to him. As a seeJesus trainer, Maggie is passionate about leading people deeper into the life of Jesus and seeing them excited and challenged as they learn more about Him and about themselves. Maggie and her late husband, Mike, have three grown children and five grandchildren.