10-10:50 a.m. Sunday mornings
THE THOUGHTFUL CHRISTIAN/CONTEMPORARY EVENTS
Library: This class will utilize The Thoughtful Christian curriculum (an ecumenical resource approved by our denomination) and other sources to explore how our Christian faith speaks to various contemporary issues/events and other topics. Class materials will typically be available in the eNews on the Thursday before the class. We will engage in prayer, study, and loving dialogue. Led by Jeff Paschal and Kit Schooley
COFFEE & CONVERSATION
Parish Associates' Office: Grab a cup of coffee in the hall and make your way to the Associate Pastor's office. There’s space to talk about what’s on your mind, or pose questions for discussion. Group-led with Rebecca Conway as facilitator
THE LETTERS OF PAUL: CONTEXT AND THEOLOGY (ends May 26)
Westminster Room: In this class we will read each of the New Testament letters of the apostle Paul and examine the context and theological concepts that arise from our reading. In addition we will consider and discuss various contemporary applications of our study to our 21st century church. Please bring a Bible and join us in the Westminster room each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. as we explore together these vital New Testament epistles.
Led by Fred Beck, Parish Associate
COMING IN JUNE
EXPLORING THE PSALMS (begins June 2)
Westminster Room: Exploring the Psalms will cover your favorite Psalms and a good cross-section of the whole 150 chapter book. We'll be using our hymnal and singing some of the numerous Psalm hymns found there. Bill Allred and Joyce Kemmerer will help lead us in the Psalm singing on some Sundays. This Serendipity Bible study depends on interactive class participation and thought sharing. Please bring your Serendipity Bible if you have one.
Led by Mary Farmer and George Setzer
MEN’S BOOK STUDY
All men are invited to join Mark Schumacher for Book Study. The Wednesday morning group meets at Panera (across the street) from 7-8 a.m. each week. The Thursday evening group meets at the church from 6:30-7:30 p.m. The book the groups study change regularly, so contact Mark Schumacher for up to date information. Participants can either order a book on their own or buy one that the church orders. If you have any questions contact Mark Schumacher.
Small groups meet for Bible and book studies throughout the year to explore biblical, theological, spiritual and ethical topics. If you are interested in forming a small group study, contact Dr. Jeff Paschal.