Wednesday Night Study & Pot Luck Supper
Supper begins at 5:30
Bible Study begins at 6:15pm
The current study is the "The Truth Project"
by the people of Focus on the Family.
July 13 - Aug. 24 | Faithful Love / Loving Faith (FL/LF)
What do we mean when we say that "all are welcome"? This 7-week class aims to help us answer that question through an exploration of the Bible, theology, history and ethics as these topics address human sexuality and the Church. Taught by Rev. Will Norman
Links to Studies & Articles for FL/LF:
Compilation of Scholarly Articles on Children of Same Sex Parents
A Commentary on Homosexuality and the Bible - Jack Rogers
LGBT Youth Resources - CDC
How Older Brothers Influence Homosexuality - Olga Khazan
Apr. 13 - May 4, 2016 | DEATH->LIFE
The cross and resurrection of Jesus are the central and founding events of the Christian faith. In this four week study taught by our minister, Rev. Will Norman, we will look at the history of interpretation of these events, and discuss their contemporary meaning for the Christian faith and life.
Dec. 2 - Dec. 16, 2015 | The Implications of The Incarnation
During Advent we will spend three weeks examining the Christian belief that in Jesus, God became human. How does this belief effect our way of being human? Could this doctrine help us to better love people who are different from us? Join us in Advent for dinner and conversation!
May 17 - 31, 2015 | "Three Big Questions"
Rev. Norman will lead us in honest, theological reflection around the following three Big Questions:
Apr. 19 - May 10, 2015 | "Being Christian: Baptism, Bible, Eucharist, & Prayer" a short book study on four essential Christian practices. Our discussion will be led by Rev. Will Norman. Books can be purchased from the church for $8.
Sundays @ 8:30am
in the Social Hall
Adult Sunday School is led by church elder, Bill Summers, and surveys common Biblical themes across the whole canon of Christian scripture. This approach to reading the Bible helps us to appreciate the diversity of voices and perspectives represented in our one holy Bible, and encourages us as faithful readers to wrestle with text in hopes of encountering the revealed Word of God therein. We hope you can join us Sunday mornings at 8:30 in the Social Hall. Coffee will be waiting on you!