Paul’s Letter to the Romans 12:2 Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds
Sunday Adult Education meets Sunday morning from 9:15 – 10:15 in the South Parlor. It is organized by the Adult Education Committee.
Adult Education time is an informal group that provides a time to enrich the Sabbath experience by discovering more about our faith. It is fellowship that is enhanced by learning and discussing what it means to be Christian in our society.
We study the Bible and its background to understand how it can affect our daily lives and so strengthen our relationship with Christ. We examine social justice issues in the context of our faith. We look more deeply into what it means to be Presbyterian.
Many of our resources come from The Thoughtful Christian and Living the Questions, two organizations that offer stimulating information and ideas from some prominent religious thinkers of today through articles and DVDs.
Other opportunities for adults to learn more about their faith:
Presbyterian Women (PW) Friendship Bible Study is a guided, topical, year-long Bible Study. It meets once a month and follows a PW Churchwide study guide. Day and time appear on the Calendar.
Lenten Soup and Bible Study. An informal supper of soup, bread, and fruit precedes a guided topical Bible study during the Friday’s of Lent. Soup is at 6 and discussion starts at 7 and ends at 8 p.m.
New Member classes are held periodically by the the Membership and Evangelism Committee to help potential church members understand the church’s mission and find ways to witness to the love of Jesus Christ within this community of faith.
The Church Library is located in the North Parlor. Books are borrowed and returned on the self-check / honor system. Write your name, phone number, and date on the card in the book File it in the card file. Suggested loan period is three weeks. When you return the book, retrieve the card, put it back in the book and reshelf the book. Or you can put the book in the box labeled “Return Books”.