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Sunday Mornings

Discipleship classes for adults are held in various locations throughout the main building.  Sunday morning classes serve different needs and interests, offering opportunities to delve more deeply into Scripture, prayer, current events and Christian living.  Most classes meet year-round. All welcome explorers and newcomers.

Word of Life

Word of Life will begin a new study based on the book, “First Corinthians” by Bruce Fisk on Sunday, August 6. Come join us for lively discussions. We meet at 9:00 am in the Lower Level Lounge

There will be NO Class on July 23 or July 30.

 

The History of Presbyterianism

We say we are Presbyterian, but do we know what that means? Join Dr. Mack on Sunday morning for this multi-week class. Dr. Mack will begin in the Bible and study the meaning of our tradition through the early church, the Middle Ages, the Reformation, early-American era, and today. Meet at 9:00 am in Upper Room West.

 

Theology for Today

Theology for Today will not meet until Fall when they will engage in great conversations while they search for their next discussion topic. They meet at 11:45 am in the Lower Level Lounge.

 

POLO (Parents of Little Ones)

Parents meet on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month (through May) to discuss parenting joys and struggles. Meet in the nursery for family breakfast munchies and then head to the Harbor (Lower Level Rm 5) for the parent study: “Grace Based Parenting” by Tim Kimmel andJesus Calling: 365 Devotions For Kids by Sarah Young, while the children are cared for in the Nursery. Any questions please contact Matt Kreamer at matthewkreamer@gmail.com. Newcomers are always welcome! 9:00 am Nursery / Lower Level East

 

Wednesday Evenings

The Word (September -May) at 5:00 pm in the Library

Explore faith through a mid-week Bible Study on the Scriptures for next Sunday’s sermon, led by the preacher for the week.

The World (September-May) at 6:45 pm in the Upper Room West

Learn about issues that touch our neighborhood, city, nation and world. Explore Christian practices from worship, music and prayer to mission, art, interfaith, evangelism and stewardship. Weekly speakers help us engage timely topics and dialogue about interesting ideas.