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Adult Education

Adult Education Opportunities

Sunday Mornings from 9:45-10:45AM

Every Sunday morning, there are opportunities for adults to grow in the Word of God. Current classes are listed below - visitors are always welcome!

A Sure Voice

Date: December 1 (one session)
Location: Adult Education Floor, room 301
Leader: Vicar Zach Sarrault
Isaiah prophesies so often about the coming Messiah that some commentators have called his prophecy the “Fifth Gospel.”

The Magi

Date: December 8 (one session)
Location: Adult Education Floor, room 301
Leader: Luke Tew
According to Matthew, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem and were the first to bow and worship the Lord Jesus. But who were these men and from where in the East did they come? Challenging questions, for sure!

Bethlehem Revisited

Date: December 15 (one session)
Location: Adult Education Floor, room 301
Leader: Dr. Peter Muller
A contemporary biblical scholar offers a different take on our traditional understanding of the nativity scene. Led by Dr. Peter Muller.

Good News!

Date: December 22
Location: Adult Education Floor, room 301
Leader: Jack Pizzolato
In anticipation of the Christmas celebration, you are invited to take a closer look at Jesus’ birth as recorded in Luke Chapter 2.


January 2020

Sunday Mornings from 9:45-10:45AM 

The Psalms (Sunday Mornings)
Date: Class begins January 5
Location: Adult Education Floor, room 301
Leader: Dr. Peter Muller
The Psalms remain the most devotional portion of Scripture because they have a way of connecting with the daily concerns of our lives and guiding us in prayer. They also teach us so much about the blessings and challenges of walking in the Lord’s ways. 

Wednesday Night Alive from 6:30-7:30PM

The Book of Revelation
Dates: January 8 - February 20
Location: Adult Education Floor, room 300
Leaders: Pastor Lew & Vicar Zach
Some Christians hesitate to read Revelation because they have been led to believe that it’s a book of great mystery to be interpreted only by biblical experts. This is not true. Revelation, like the rest of Scripture, is God’s message of judgement against sin and His encouraging Word of mercy and grace for the sinner. It might sound a little different, but through Revelation, our gracious heavenly Father gives us encouragement and strength!