Our Adult Education committee is actively pursuing ways for our congregation to stay connected, and learn, through small groups, new classes, and incorporating technology. Stay tuned for further developments, and if you have an interest in helping in this effort, call the church office 919-847-1913.
Adult Sunday School Opportunities
Sundays at 9:50 am – learning together!
All classes welcome new participants!
REMEMBERING YOUR STORY
(Creating your own Spiritual Autobiography)
February 2-9-16 (9:50 until 10:50 in the fellowship hall)
Has it been so long that you’ve forgotten the major milestones of your story? Were you a child when your story began? At a high school church retreat? After you had graduated from college and started your first job? Or was it just a year or so ago?
You might have been asked to share your ‘faith journey’ for an office in the church – or for a new member’s class…but regardless of the time and place, we all have a story inside of us.
You are invited (and encouraged) to participate in the February sessions of “Remembering Your Story” as you explore and develop your own spiritual autobiography. We will be working individually and in small groups as we journey down this path of our spiritual 5Shelley Kane and Dan Cook, will be helping to lead these sessions.)
Please either register on line by sending your name and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org by FRIDAY, JANUARY 31– OR sign up in the narthex between Sunday, January 19th and Friday, January 31 to help in planning for adequate handouts and adequate seating.
Other Classes Offered
This Class will be on a break during the Spring Seminars.
Disciple I will resume at 9:50 AM Feb 9th. During this winter/spring session, we will provide an overview of the New Testament. Disciple I is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about this 2nd part of the Bible. Please come and join us!
This is a study and fellowship group for families with children! This group meet so parents may fellowship, learn together, and share the joys and challenges of raising children to know and love Jesus. This fall we are planning to follow the 4th/5th grade “Faith Questions” curriculum and discus the same questions as the children.
Location: Room 6, downstairs
Youth Parent Conversations
Join other parents of middle and high school youth each week for coffee and conversations. This group will gather to share the joys and challenges of parenting, pray, and be equipped to navigating the difficult teenage years.
Location: Youth Center