Sunday morning Christian education doesn't stop when your graduate from high school. It's a life-long process. Here are a few of the options you may enjoy as an adult during the Sunday School hour.
The Lectionary (also known as the Common Lectionary) is a three-year schedule of the scripture readings we use each Sunday. While ancient in its origin, the Lectionary was revised in 1963 as part of Vatican II and adopted (with minor changes) by many protestant churches including the ELCA of which RLC is a part.
You can find the Lectionary in the Lutheran Book of Worship, ELCA’s website as well as other websites such as the Vanderbilt Divinity Library. (Google “the common lectionary”)
The Lectionary Class explores the readings for the day, related scripture, scholarly commentary, our personal insights, experiences, and questions as we seek to discern the meaning of God’s word for us today.
The class uses an interactive, conversational approach to studying scripture. Although helpful, neither preparation nor active participation is required.
This monthly class is designed for young parents who have questions about a variety of parenting topics such as tantrums, cognitive development, sleep, social media, etc. This class is temporarily on hiatus.
This short term class meets for a few weeks at a time and looks at a variety of subjects. Check back here to find out what we are studying next.