Please join us for adult education opportunities! You'll find they're a great chance not just to learn, but to connect with others too.
Fall Adult Offerings - Sunday Mornings
Starting Sunday, September 17, times listed below for each class. We have a variety of programs to choose from this fall!
9:45 - 10:45 am • Room 218
All adults are invited to attend this thought-provoking class that runs through May, 2018. Lecturers offer weekly or monthly studies on various topics with time for class discussion.
- Sept. 24: "Rethinking the Reformation: In Search of the Story Behind the Story" with Stuart Nixon
Oct. 1 – Oct.29 "The United Monarchy from Saul to Rehoboam" with Mark Biddle
Nov. 5 & Nov. 12 "Faith/Spirituality and Contemporary Culture" with John Vest
“Gathering ‘round the Table”
September 17 - October 22, 9:45-10:45 am • Fellowship Hall
This intergenerational offering is open to children age 4 – grade 5, and adults. Parents of children and other adults are encouraged to attend and share in Bible study, activities, a continental breakfast, and prayer during this 6-week session. No need to sign up, just show up! (But if you plan to attend, let us know below so that we can be ready.)
A LIFE WORTH LIVING
September 17 - November 12, 9:15 - 10:45 am • Room 216
Join us for another class led by Nicky Gumbel. A LIFE WORTH LIVING is a nine week course based on Paul’s letter to the Philippians. Each chapter explains how it is possible to live the Christian life positively, practically, and joyfully and is aimed specifically at those who are starting out in their Christian journey. No Homework.
Facilitators: John Collins, Judy Watkins, Blanche Toms, Peter Toms