Adult Education Classes
Dining Room Class -
November 5, 12, 19, & 26 -
The Pulpit Leads the World: Four Centuries of Preaching in America Led by Beverly Zink-Sawyer, Professor Emerita of Preaching and Worship, Union Presbyterian Seminary
The American church has a strong and unique tradition of preaching that has influenced the nation for more than four hundred years and created a dynamic interaction between church and culture. From “A City upon a Hill” to “I Have a Dream,” particular preachers and sermons have both shaped and been shaped by historical, ecclesiastical, and cultural trends. This series will look at many of the movements and voices of the American pulpit and the ways in which they reflect the history of the United States.
Faith and Literature with Marjorie Clark - 301
Bible Class with Franklin Reding - 308
Christian Parenting – for Families with Young Children – Class will meet in the Nursery on the FIRST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH. Using a variety of texts, blogs, etc. this class will encourage young families to share the joys and challenges of raising children in the faith.
Bible Study Groups
Kerygma Bible Study meets the second Wednesday of every month from 12noon - 1:30pm. Contact Ginger Evans if you would like to join us!