Adult Education
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to discern what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God. – Romans 12:2
Adult Sunday School
where dialogue and listening to others is valued
9 AM
Lucy Woodcock Room
We are all on a spiritual journey and conversation with others is how we learn about the living God and grow a deeper sense of faith.
Our pastor and other leaders are resources who contribute to our lively discussions on topics from traditional to progressive Christianity.
Discussions range from Bible history and interpretation to theology.
Expect to view a 20 minute video at the beginning of the hour which is used to guide, frame, and base our conversation.
During Lent, Adult Sunday School will use the DVD study “The Faith and Practice of the Earliest Christians: A Study of the Didache” to explore such questions as:
What is the Way of Jesus?
What does it mean to be the church?
When is it good to look to the future?
Why is it important for Christians to look back to the roots of our faith?
Join Us for a discussion of how the faith and practice of the early Church is relevant to us today.
Weekly Bible Study
Mondays at 6:30 PM
Lucy Woodcock Room
Read the scripture before you come
and bring your favorite Bible.
If you need a Bible, please let us know.
2017 Scripture Reading Schedule
April 3rd: Psalms 144
April 10th: Acts 10
April 17th: Acts 2
April 24th: Psalms 109
May 1st: 1 Peter 2
May 8th: Acts 7
May 15th: 2 Peter 3
May 22nd: Psalm 68
May 29th: Holiday- No Bible Study
Questions we ask:        
– What do I see as the key message of this chapter?        
– Was there something in this chapter that surprised me?       
– What do I believe still applies in today’s world?       
– What do I feel is antiquated or is a personal struggle to accept?       
– What other experience of knowledge informs my point of view?       
– What alternative point of view did I hear in our discussion?       
– What is God calling me to do in this chapter?     
Discussion Facilitator: John Gibson