Adult Education

A key element of Gospel Formation is basic training in the Christian life.

Adult Education classes seek to fulfill this need by providing adults with instruction that bridges the gap between everyday life and the world of Scripture and theology

When: Sundays, 10:15 AM (During Academic Year)

Past Studies Include:

  • St. Paul's Letter to the Romans
  • A Cellarful of Grace: “A Study of the Heidelberg Catechism”
  • Relationships: A Mess Worth Making
  • How People Change
  • Living In A Pluralistic Society: Judges, Daniel, and Joseph
  • Praying With the Psalms
  • Ancient Stories for the Modern Church: "How to read Old Testament Narratives"
  • The Romance of Theology: "A Study on the Westminster Confession"

Newcomers

Offered multiple times throughout the academic year, the Newcomer’s Class focuses on the basics of our church: theology, values, and church structure. It’s also an opportunity to connect with others new to the church, meet pastors and elders, as well as ask questions about the church

The Newcomers Class is a prerequisite for church membership.

Theological Reading Groups

Men's and Women's Theological Reading Groups are held quarterly for two main purposes: growing in our theological knowledge and talking through important biblical themes within the context of community.

Book Studies Include:

  • Esther Meek, A Little Manual for Knowing
  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together: The Exploration of Faith and Community
  • Jerram Barrs, Echoes of Eden: Reflections on Christianity, Literature and the Arts
  • Miroslav Volf, Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace
  • N.T. Wright, Surprised By Hope: Rethinking Heaven, the Resurrection, and the Mission of the Church

Log onto The City to find out more about the next upcoming Theological Reading Group.