ADULT LEARNING AND FELLOWSHIP - online  - see below for on-line options

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.

  • Remembering-Reclaiming-Rearticulating

    Join us for a six week Wednesday evening Bible study from January 6-February 10, 7:00-8:00pm by zoom, led by Dr. Glenn Kirkconnell.  We will explore questions of reformed theology, what it means to live in our world as faithful Christians, how we can take our faith 'out there' and more.  Click here to join. Questions?  Email Leslee or Glenn

  • SUNDAY MORNING FELLOWSHIP -on hold for now

    WILL RESUME WHEN SAFE.  8:30-9:15am with coffee and 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.  


    Mondays at 5:00pm via Zoom.  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!  Email Matthew for the information.


    We are reading through the Bible, together!  Join us in this venture - less than 10 minutes each day.  Why?  Reading through the Bible is important - you have a clearer understanding of the history of God's people, the love God has for us and you improve your Bible knowledge.  We have brochures with readings available in the office, or you may go to the BibleTogether website to sign up for email reminders.  There is also an app you can download. It has the  readings (or listening - it will read you the passages if you like) questions, maps, videos and more!  Questions?  See Matthew Covington.

  • CHRISTIAN THOUGHT CLASS - Wired Word - January 3-February 14.

    Nathan Love will lead our weekly zoom discussions around current events. 

    Seeking to integrate faith and life, the Christian Thought Class uses a variety of materials in their studies.  When the class is able to join together in person, they will pick up their viewing of Philosophy of Religion.  Led by Dr. W. Glenn Kirkconnell. 


    Named to honor Dr. Floyd Ellis, who led a popular men's Bible study for many years, this class (which includes both men and women) meets to discuss biblical and theological topics.