Adult Education Classes


Adult Education Classes

Sunday Mornings from 9:45-10:45AM

You are invited to participate in one, some, or all as you are able.  Visitors are always welcome! Questions? Contact Pastor Upchurch at .

History of the LCMS

May 7 (One Session Only)
Adult Education, room 300
Leader: Vicar Mark Moretz
The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod traces its origin to 750 Saxon immigrants who came to the State of Missouri in the United States of America in 1839. What were the circumstances that led to the Synod forming? Who were the key leaders? What role did language and geography play? While a lot has changed over the past 178 years in the LCMS, the message of the forgiveness of sins through Christ Alone is the same.


The Prodigal Son

May 7 (One Session Only)
Adult Education, room 302
Leader: Dan Baker
Most are familiar with the parable recorded in Luke’s Gospel of the man who is forced to deal with his younger son’s reckless behavior. While the parable challenges our view of forgiveness and family loyalty, it also reminds us of our God, who found us when we were far off from him. Join the discussion find out what this parable can teach us today.


The Church - God’s Special People

May 14 & 21
Adult Education, room 300
Leader: Pastor Lineberger
As a supplement to our May sermon series, you are invited to take a closer look at 1 Peter and his call for Christians to embrace and live out their new identities with utter commitment.


Myths about Death: Why Easter Matters

May 14 - 28
Adult Education, room 301
Leader: Pastor Lew
The world is full of mythologies concerning death. Hollywood (think zombie apocalypse), cults, and other religions have their own ideas. These beliefs are obviously unbiblical, if not plain silly, but there are some other unbiblical myths that many Christians believe. Join us as we explore these myths through the lens of the Resurrection.


Wednesday Night Alive Classes


Coming April 26-May 10, 2017 is "God’s Justice," a study on Habakkuk and Nahum.