ADULT LEARNING AND FELLOWSHIP


Lifelong learners are motivated to learn and develop because they want to enrich their own and others' lives.  To study, work, and play together in the context of Christian faith strengthens each person and the community, enhances the world around us, and provides us with increasingly better opportunities to improve our quality of life and to serve our Lord.

  • sunday morning fellowship

    8:30-9:30am with coffee and a light breakfast in the Fellowship Hall.  We share our food and fellowship with anyone who enters, welcoming all.  The intergenerational mixing of this gathering rings with voices of all ages.  

  • round table pulpit

    Mondays at 7:00pm in the Conference Room.  Come read and reflect with Matthew Covington on the upcoming preaching scriptures.  This is your chance to deepen your Biblical knowledge, and perhaps have a story included in the sermon!  

  • fl0yd hayes ellis class

    Named to honor Dr. Floyd Ellis, who led a popular men's Bible study for many years, this class meets to discuss biblical and theological topics.  Room 201 on the second floor. They are currently reading and discussing The Ten Commandments for Today, by Walter Harrelson.  Copies of the book are available for $10 in class or in the office.  

  • coffee and conversation class

    This class meets to study deep readings of the Bible Room in 202 on the second floor.  They are currently working their way through the Books of the Old Testament

  • CHRISTIAN THOUGHT CLASS

    Seeking to integrate faith and life, the Christian Thought Class uses a variety of materials in their studies.  Dr. Glenn Kirkconnell is leading a study on our Reformed Theological roots, using the book Presbyterian Questions, Presbyterian Answers, by Donald McKim.  Copies are available for $10 in class or the office.