The adult education programming is designed to provide educational settings that meet the spiritual needs of the members of our diverse congregation; to give the congregation opportunities to deepen and broaden their faith by study of the Bible and the theology of the Presbyterian Church, and to encourage them to apply their understanding to the moral and social issues of contemporary society, as mandated by our denomination.
ED SELL/ADULT BIBLE CLASS
The Ed Sell Adult Bible Class meets Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. in the Chapel.
March 6 – A History of Hymns, the Wesleys - led by Nancy Karras
March 13 – Women of Faith Series – led by Karen Rossi
March 20- Women of Faith Series – Led by Marilyn Koch
March 27 – Women of Faith Series – led by Judy Sutton
April 3 – Women of Faith – Esther – led by Beth Hosking
April 10 – Breath of Life – led by Fred Barnes
April 17 – NO CLASS – Happy Easter!!
April 24- Table Talk with Jesus – led by Rev. Ken White
May 1- Table Talk with Jesus – Ken White
May 8, 15, 22, 29 – The Book of Genesis – Dr. Steven Tuell
FRESH START (MONDAY MORNING) BIBLE STUDY
This group is a great way to start off your week! We are currently really enjoying the video series “The Chosen” which depicts Jesus and His disciples in the early days of His ministry. It is a fascinating look at the complex world of Roman authority, Jewish leadership, and how Jesus comes into their worlds and changes everything. Each video stands on its own so please attend when you can for fellowship. Questions can be directed to Fred Barnes.
JESUS & JOE MEN'S FELLOWSHIP
This time of fellowship and discussion is open to all men of the church. We are currently watching a 4-part video series filmed in the Holy Lands entitled “In the Dust of the Rabbi”. It follows the calling of the disciples by Jesus and what it means for us as disciples today. What does it mean to follow Jesus? Later in April we will begin a new study of the book entitled “Breath of Life” which examines the biblical references to how God has breathed life into followers and continues to do so. Books will be available for $15. Any questions can be directed to Fred Barnes or Bob Brown.