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 (Sundays at 10 a.m. in the Chapel)
The Ed Sell/Adult Bible Class (ABC) meets on Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. in the Chapel. Coffee and donuts are served in the Parlor and you are welcome to bring refreshments into class.
We begin our time together with singing, the sharing of announcements, and celebrations of birthdays.
Please join us!
“I planted the seed, Apollos watered it, but God has been making it grow.” 1 Corinthians 3:6
Beginning September 17, the Adult Bible Class will be discussing the personalities, struggles and strengths of Biblical characters and how we can learn from their faith journey. In October, we will celebrate the 500-year Anniversary of the 95 Theses on the Wittenberg Castle (1517-2017) as we learn about Luther, Calvin and the men of the Reformation. Throughout the fall Adult Bible Studies series, we will also discover how God uses ordinary people in our family and in our worldwide relationships to plant seeds of hope that nurture and feed us with hope and reconciliation as we grow in our understanding of grace and love in our faith journey.
December 3: Lota Mitchell
Advent I : Advent Past and Present with Charles Wesley
Isaiah 61:1-2 and Luke 1:47-53
December 10: Beth Merry
Advent II: Learn one way to keep the hope, love and peace of the Advent and Christmas season in your lives all year through different kinds of service.
December 17: Jim Smith
Advent III and IV: Why December 25? The Incarnation
John 1:1-5; 10-14
MONDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY
Foundations of our Faith
Mondays at 11 a.m. in the Chapel
September 18- December 18, 2017
Join us for Bible Study, fellowship and prayer as we discuss the people whose deep and unshakeable trust in God have helped shape our Presbyterian heritage.