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!
MARCH 15, 2020
“Facing Our Fears – Letting Go and Letting God”
— Dan Cook, Beth Bailey-Myers, Wendy Foreman
Abductions, school violence, loss of mobility, impending war, losing a loved one….
We all have fears from time to time and can easily get overwhelmed…
We will explore pro-active ways to identify and effectively identify and respond to our fears and the stresses they can bring.
SAPC Members Beth Baily-Myers, Wendy Foreman, and Dan Cook will provide real world insights and our discussions will help provide hints for ways to ‘let go and let God!’
The ‘In-Between’ers Challenge
Yuri Yamamoto, Chaplain Resident at UNC REX Healthcare, will be with us to help us gain a greater (and hopefully6 deeper) understanding of how we face the challenge of providing love, care, assistance, etc. as we caring for: 1. Our families, 2. Our parent and loved ones, 3. Ourselves and 4. Ultimately each other… (while acknowledging that our relationship with God has a direct impact on all of these.)
Mission Moments Outside Our Own Doors
Whether we are looking for ways to take small steps or just ‘jump right in’, there many ways (and MANY mission opportunities) SAPC members are actively involved in. Some require a regular commitment – others may be on a ‘as needed’ basis or every other month.
Be sure to be a part of this unique presentation as we hear first-hand how others have explored mission moments that speak to their specific interests.
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