Adult Education

Presbyterians love to learn. Through traditional Sunday School classes, special topical series and Bible Studies, adults have many opportunities to study and explore God’s word and world. Our adult programs are always fluid, changing throughout the year.

Throughout the year our staff and Faith Formation ministry team lead Bible and Book studies on a variety of topics that are relevant to the time and place in which the church and society finds themselves. These studies are designed to give participants the opportunity to delve deeper into the Scriptures for the purposes of knowledge and faith formation.   There are also adult education opportunities associated with special programming throughout the year.  

Adult Sunday School – With numerous adult Sunday School classes, there is certainly something for everyone. The offerings range from traditional Bible studies to a weekly discussion based on current events and their relationship to scripture.  We are always evaluating what types of classes are needed by the congregation. There is something for all ages, generations, and stages of life.    

 ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES

Wired Word (#104)

Teacher: rotating leaders

Discussion of current events and the relationship they have with scripture. Article and related scriptures sent out weekly for discussion during Sunday School. Appropriate for all adults.

Sisterhood Class (lower level Kirk Hall)

Teacher: Amy Couch

Women of all ages gather to grow faith and community through book and bible stories.

 

Conversation Class (Agape Room)

For more information contact Diane Groce or Tom Davis

Members take Christian-based books or short-term studies to base their faith conversations.

 

Efird Bible Study (#107)

For more information contact Leland Burch

Using Mickey Efird’s Bible Study, Genesis to Revelation, Leland takes the class through this long-term Bible study.

 

Explorers Class (#105)

For more information contact Charlotte Koehler

Women explore the Gospel of Luke using the Bible Commentary of William Barclay.