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Christian Formation for Adults

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Whether in Sunday school, small groups, or even in individual study, we strive to think critically about our faith—by examining the Scriptures, delving into book studies, and sharing our observations with one another. 

 

Members take an active role in shaping class content and leading groups, participating in challenging discussion, scriptural engagement, and, ultimately, fellowship.

Explorers Forum

Explorers enjoy discussions on a wide-ranging of topics including current events, political, social, and theological issues. Join us for coffee and fellowship before or after in the Parlor/Lounge. Everyone is invited to participate as we laugh, learn, and grow together.

See the schedule below. Archive recordings of the presentations and discussions from fall 2020 through 2022 can be found here: archives.

Explorers Forum, April 2024:

For the first 3 Sundays in April (7, 14 and 21), Sarah Ryan will lead a book study of Poverty by America by Matthew Desmond in Explorers Forum. Desmond is a Princeton sociologist and Pulitzer Prize winning author. Poverty by America explores the issue of systemic poverty and offers potential solutions. The book is about 180 pages. We will read and discuss about 60 pages per week. Sarah will augment the discussions with chapter summaries and video clips, to make the discussions accessible to everyone.

Poverty by America is available in local libraries and as an audiobook, if you prefer this option.

It’s a spiritual practice – going to work every day in the pursuit of justice, with our young people and the institutions that support them. So when I am feeling especially challenged and filled with doubt, I remember why it’s called a practice – and I practice on.

—Cindy

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Tuesday Bible Study

Meet via Zoom, with your beverage of choice in hand! Come and enjoy warm fellowship, lively discussion, and prayerful insights into the Scriptures that will be part of the coming Sunday service. Let by the pastor and/or elder Noble Thompson. Everyone is invited.

 

Tuesday mornings at 8:30-9:15 am

Walk the Labyrinth

Our mission is to make the labyrinth available to all who are interested in learning from it, to provide a place for reflection and peace, and to nurture a community that will share in the experience. We hope to resume this meditative practice soon, as the pandemic allows.

 

To learn more and see the schedule, please visit our labyrinth page.

 

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