We don't stop learning just because we reach adulthood. Under the leadership of our pastors, staff, and adult education committee, we regularly offer the following opportunities for adults to engage in continued faith formation:
Lectionary Bible Study meets every Tuesday (September-June) to discuss the Scripture focus for the coming Sunday's worship. Drop-ins and visitors are welcome any time. The hour-long study begins at 10:45 a.m. in the Church Library.
Supper & Study classes are sponsored by the Adult Education Committee. These short-term study courses usually run 6 weeks and are offered in the fall and in the spring; three or four classes are offered each season on a range of thought-provoking topics. Registration is required.
Disciple classes are long-term, year-long studies designed to delve deeply and develop adults' understanding of the Bible and their own discipleship journeys. Disciple I is led yearly by Rev. Adam B. Snell. Disciple II "Into the Word, Into the World" will be broken into two sections for 2018 and 2019, with part 1 (Genesis & Exodus) offered in the Fall of 2018 and part 2 (Luke and Acts) offered next year.
Short Term Sunday Sessions are available seasonally either before or after the 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship hour. Previous programming included FaithFlix (a weekly series of short film clips and discussions over lunch), the Wesley Challenge (examining faith-forming questions posed by John Wesley to the first Methodists), and Adult Sunday School (in Bible Study format).
For information about current or upcoming opportunities, contact Meg Baker, Director of Christian Education.