Begins at 9:45 a.m. in room N-120.
Coordinator, Lynn Kiehne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This class explores how to interpret and relate biblical teachings to contemporary life. Participants—aged 40 and up—share experiences and ideas on a cariety of topics. Study is based on books such as The Benedict Option, Why We’re Here: Ethics for the Real World, and The Call: The Life and Message of the Apostle Paul.
Begins at 9:45 a.m. in room S-202.
Coordinator Beth Houghton at email@example.com.
Facilitated discussion and sharing based on assigned books that relate to faith development and deeper spirituality. This traditional-formatted class appeals to mature Christians who seek a fuller understanding of the Bible and its implications for our lives, especially filling a need to those who are opened- minded and hunger for contemporary learning. Authors are sometimes controversial theologians and other spiritual writers of note.
Begins at 9:45 a.m. in room S-100
Coordinator, Dennis Zuercher at firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian families are often the core of a church; the strength of families and the marriages/relationships is vital to the mission and vision that God has for us. This group focuses on learning to make the most of our relationships with God, our families, and others through contemporary biblical study of common Christian values and family life issues. Join us for lively group discussion!
Begins at 9:45 a.m. in room N-123.
Coordinator, Marilyn Mulcahy at email@example.com.
Bible-based, teacher-led classes for adults of all ages (at present 50-99) who enjoy a special camaraderie and lively discussion on current religious/ cultural issues.