August 29, 2018
Sunday Formation is the space between worship services to study God’s word and deepen relationships with others. Class discussions help us apply the Word to our lives. Format varies among classes. There are no age specifications for these adult classes.
Here are the classes we offer on Sunday mornings, 10-10:45 a.m. Learn more about the weekly details for each class, as well as a monthly roundup of Adult Formation classes.
The Chapel class uses The Present Word curriculum to study Genesis, about the beginning of God’s activity in the world through relationships, family and divine promises. (Meets in the Chapel)
The Passages class presents topics that invite exploration of Scripture and ways of living the faith personally and for the world. The lessons are attentive to the interests of those navigating mid-life passages, but the class is open to all. This group gathers for social events at least twice a year. (Meets in Pattie Cole, S203)
The Conversations class uses a round-table setting to explore the ways we understand Scripture and apply it to our lives. This fall, the Reverend Mary Margaret Porter leads a series on Ten Prayers that Changed the World to illustrate the ways God was, and is, active in our lives. (Meets in Frances Browne Dining Room, P212)
The Good Samaritan Class
The Good Samaritan Class considers events in our world and discusses how people of faith respond and live. (Fresco Lobby)
Fellowship Group is a welcoming table for all to build community through connecting with others. It is minimally structured and open to all. (Meets in Wood Fellowship Hall)
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