Adult Education
All adults are invited to our Faith Works class at 8:45 on Sunday mornings in Fellowship Hall. Child care is available for children birth through sixth grade.
Adult Education for January
Join us at 8:45 a.m. each Sunday in Fellowship Hall for our Faith Works class for adults! Each week we will offer a new topic. The coffee is hot, the conversations interesting, and the people are welcoming! The first two Sundays in January, January 7 and 14, Elder Dave Anderson will offer an interesting look at the Reformation. Sparked 500 years ago, the Presbyterian Church is “reformed, and always reforming.” What does that mean? We’ll look at the history and heroes of our story of faith. All adults are welcome.

Our Social Justice Ministry Team will meet every other Wednesday through the spring of 2018, beginning on Wednesday, January 10. All are welcome at 7:30 p.m. in the church parlor as we examine current events and Christian responses to racism in our world today.

Christian Education is a lifelong process that deepens our understanding of our faith and our connection to God and to one another. All adults are invited and encouraged to join our Adult Education classes, held at 8:45 Sunday mornings in fellowship hall. Here’s a look at our February schedule.

February 5 – Boy Scout Sunday – no class, enjoy the Scout Breakfast, 8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
February 11 - Rebekah Sedlock, LCSW, CCTP, Coordinator and Care Manager at Community Care
Behavioral Health Organization, will join us to offer a presentation about the ongoing Opioid epidemic.

February 18 – First Sunday in Lent - Our Visiting Professor series welcomes Dr. Tucker Ferda, visiting assistant professor of New Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, for a discussion of Social Justice and the teachings of Jesus. Dr. Ferda earned his Ph.D. in New Testament from the University of Pittsburgh, where he also served as teaching fellow. In 2015, he was named one of only three Society of Biblical Literature Regional Scholars, an award which “recognizes and promotes outstanding entry-level scholars.” Dr. Ferda has expertise in a wide range of areas in biblical studies, including the Gospels, the life of Jesus, the Old Testament in the New, the history of biblical interpretation, Hellenistic Jewish literature, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and biblical theology.

February 25 – Rev. Ellie Johns-Kelley of the Presbyterian Foundation will lead us in a discussion of bequests, wills and trusts. See the full article on page 3 for details about this special day, hosted by our Planned Giving Ministry Team.