We are continually exploring our relationships with God and the world in which we live. The adult ministry exists to connect adults growing in faith through classes and study. We welcome diverse and new ideas, encourage open discussion and seek understanding in our growth and exploration.
In between services, there are a variety of classes for adults. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we welcome you to any class of your choice on any given Sunday.
Classes have different focuses, but all explore how our Christian faith speaks to issues of contemporary thought and society. Current events, societal issues and the changing world are discussed. The goal of classes isn't to tell you what to think, but to broaden our thinking.
A Journey into Brave Vulnerability:
Three consecutive classes will contribute to greater awareness of the offering our community a growing and healthy parish. Hope, freedom and healing are examples of what can be achieved by journeying into Brave Vulnerability. Among the resources to be referenced in the classes are the following:
April 22&29: Gracism: An Art of Inclusion by David A. Anderson
May 6: The Intergenerational Church: Understanding Congregations from WWII to www.com by Peter Menconi
Explore the story of Scripture with lessons which match the readings which we will hear in worship. We will see how the God of Scripture is still at work today, inviting us to be a part of the story.
Current topic: Gospel of John
Small groups are a great way to grow in faith and get connected.
Learn more about Small Groups.