The purpose of Adult Christian Learning is to promote the Biblical and Theological Literacy of the congregation and to encourage growth toward spiritual maturity for all adults. The specific programs that are involved are:
- The Academy for Christian Studies
- Continuing Education classes/small study groups
- Enrichment Experiences
- Lenten Studies
- Vacation Bible School for Adults
Adult Learning on Sunday Mornings
Dr. Culley will begin a new series on “How We Got Our Bible.” on the New Testament from March 3—April 7. Come for a few classes or come for them all. We will be meeting in Memorial Hall rooms 3-4 at 9:00 am on Sunday mornings. Contact Pat Sankus or Barb Winter for more information.
Lenten Bible Study
Our Lenten Supper Study will begin March 10 with a potluck supper at 6PM and study at 7PM, Pastor Steve will lead us as we study Worship As Evangelism.
Based on the study book of the same name, it claims that worship is central to the life of the church. It is the core around which our Christian identity is shaped in practice, focuses our attention of God and what God has done. In today’s culture, worship patterns are being expanded and modified. Questions about worship are vital, and sometimes controversial. This study will look at the nature of worship, the elements of worship, and the biblical roots and Reformed traditions around this key element of our walk with the LORD.
Come and be part of the discussion – learn more of our worship styles and reflect on our practices as we consider how our worship can be enhanced in light of our great Presbyterian/Reformed tradition.
Study books are $10.00 and will be available for purchase in the church office or at the study.