Abraham is known as the “father of Israel” because God appeared to him and promised that his descendants would become a great nation.  Yet, Abraham is much more than the patriarch of a select group of ancient people.  Through Abraham’s descendants, God’s own Son, Jesus was born.  And so, Abraham can be considered the father of all people.  This study will take an in-depth look at the historical period beginning with Abraham’s call, continuing through his relocation to the land of Canaan, and concluding with the story of his grandsons Jacob and Esau (Genesis Chapters 12-33).  Join us Friday mornings from 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM at the Kingston House of Prayer (447 Division St.).  For more information, please contact the rector.