All Are Welcome!
Let's Learn and Grow Together.
Drop-ins are always welcome at all of our Sunday Morning
Adult Education classes. No prior preparation expected.
February 9, 16, March 2 and 9
11:20 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Science and Faith: From the Big Bang to the Resurrection
Andy Tune, Pastor to the University and occasional lecturer at Wittenberg University
Modern science provides a compelling explanation of how the universe came about. Christian faith gives a profound account of why the universe, and we, exist. This class will provide a dialogue between these two perspectives, to consider differences, and surprising agreements, in what these two views tell us about the universe.
The following class will run February 16, March 2 and March 9:
The Lost Gospels
In addition to the gospels of Matthew, Luke and John, there were other gospels circulating in the early church. We know this because early Church Fathers reference these gospel accounts; however, they have been lost for 1,500 years. Do they change our understanding of Jesus or the early church? Come and join our Visiting Pastor, Tom York, in this look at the lost gospels.
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Bible 101: The Whole Story
led by Laurie Davis
Do you wish you had a better basic knowledge of the whole Bible? Newcomers are welcome to join our Bible Survey Class that assumes no prior knowledge of the Bible. It is designed for anyone who would like a basic introduction to the whole Bible and how it speaks to us today. Please contact Laurie Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to be a part of this class.
- Interactive, relational, No prior knowledge expected or implied
- People of all ages and backgrounds welcome: the more diverse, the better
- Stand Alone classes: Come once, once in a blue moon, or never miss
- Starts with a Film Clip (“Reel”) as catalyst for discussion
- A place where we can be “real” about the challenges of life and faith
- Led by Lay People, Coordinated by J.D. Whitlock
Reel Talk will resume after Lent
facilitated by Joyce Ferguson