Adult Education Forum, Sunday morning 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.
Adult Education April
April 8 - 9:00 a.m.
“A PC(USA) Vision” - Room 1. The 2016 General Assembly created the 2020 Vision Team to devise “a guiding statement for the denomination and make a plan for its implementation with all deliberate speed.” The challenge is to create a brief statement that addresses: What is the Presbyterian Church (USA), what does it aspire to be, and where is God leading it? Pastor Karen Sapio, a member of the Vision Team, will give an update of the work being done.
April 15 - 9:00 a.m.
“Black Lives Matter: A Brief Overview” - Room 1. What is BLM? How does it compare with other black social justice movements of 20th and 21st century America? Elaine Walker will lead a discussion.
April 22 - 9:00 a.m.
"Black Lives Matter: Personal Perspectives" - Room 1. A presentation by Rev. Jarrol Taylor and Rev. De Jeanne Taylor, deacons in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and students at Claremont School of Theology.
April 8 - May 20 - 11:15 a.m.
“Memoir Writing Class” – Southwest Room. For writers of all levels of experience. Learn more about yourself, sort it all, out write it down. Sundays, April 8 thru May 20. Facilitator Nora Quinn. local writer, stand up comic, deacon, and attorney. Newcomers always welcome.
Monthly Horizon's Bible Study, 2nd Tuesdays, September-May
Tables for 8 Fellowship Groups
Lenten Groups for Prayer and Study
Agenda for a Prophetic Faith, spring lecture series
We encourage all adults to find a group that nurtures their soul and feeds their spirit. The groups listed above continue from year to year. There are also special courses, workshops and retreats designed to meet particular needs at particular times. Watch our website or weekly e-newsletter for more information.
We also encourage anyone who would like to explore a particular topic or spiritual discipline to speak to one of our pastors about creating a forum or event.
Explore more fellowship opportunities HERE.