Adult Sunday School

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.

  • God Was With Me All Along

    Join us in person or on-line on Sundays October 17 - November 7 at 11:15 for an opportunity to reflect, write or share your faith journey.

    For the next several weeks Betsy Boyd will lead us through Mary Lou Redding's book entitled God Was With Me All Along. While serving as editor of The Upper Room daily devotional guide for more than 33 years, Mary Lou Redding helped thousands of people share their faith stories with millions of readers around the world. In God Was with Me All Along, she tells stories from her life and provides prompts to help you write your own stories. As you reflect on your life and respond to the questions, you may discover evidence of God's presence in seemingly random events, in times of celebration, and even in your worst moments.

    The book provides plenty of space for you to record your memories, and you can choose which parts are most appealing to you with no pressure to complete every chapter. Follow Redding's masterful guidance to record your life stories and preserve them for future generations.

    A small-group guide is included if you want to work through the book with your friends, Sunday school class, or another small group.

    Contact Betsy Boyd

    Join the class via Zoom HERE

  • The Living Room Group - Every Week

    This informal group of folks meets in the "Living Room" just off the Narthex each Sunday morning.  People are free to come and go, raise a topic or join in on one in progress.  It's a great way to get to know people in the congregation.  All are welcome!  We meet every Sunday Morning at 11:00 on Zoom.  Join us HERE.

  • Conversions

    In the following weeks we will continue our coverage of the conversions of John Newton (author of the hymn "Amazing Grace") and Bob Dylan, both of whom had quite unusual Christian conversions. We will recap our biographical session on Newton from last Fall along with additional material regarding his prolific writings and his place in the Abolitionist movement. David met a retired Presbyterian minister who was excited that we will be including one of his "favorite Christians", Bob Dylan. The minister told David that Dylan released a Christian album after his conversion, "Slow Train Coming", and that the release rankled some of Dylan's fellow rock stars.

    Contact Katherine Bandy

    Contact David Pruessner

  • Lectionary Study

    Bruce Fisher leads a discussion of the lectionary (readings) for each Sunday.  Our congregation follows the Revised Common Lectionary that we share with many mainline protestant denominations.  This class is temporarily on hiatus. 

    Contact Bruce Fisher  

  • Parenting 101

    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.

    Contact Betsy Boyd

  • Contemporary Topics

    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.