Adult Education: Spring Classes

Adults, Young Adults

Adult education is an opportunity to grow in grace through thinking more deeply about faith and life.

This spring we’ll start a new series of Institute courses in addition to our ongoing classes and adult education communities (FOCUS Communities). Classes last for 8-10 weeks, and are designed to help you think carefully and deeply about theology and Scripture and how they apply to all areas of life. Registration is required for courses and space is limited.

Spring 2018 Classes & Communities

FOCUS Communities. Sundays Mornings. Exploring the Scriptures (led by Brad and Denise Waters) meets at 9am, Couples Class (led by Martin & Heather Etner) meets at 9am, and Bereans (led by Tim Keehan) meets at 10:45am. No registration necessary.

God As Trinity: What it is and Why it Matters
Sundays at 9AM
Part of the foundation of Christian belief is that God is three, yet one – a mystery we call the Trinity. The Scriptures testify that there is only one God, but that God is three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. How would exploring the doctrine of the Trinity change my faith today? How does this foundational belief work its way out in my day-to-day life and decisions? Taught by Steven Ilchishin.


Bible Foundations I: Amos: Exploring Biblical Justice
Sundays at 4PM
Justice is, rightly, one of the major topics of conversation in our country today. But what IS justice? How does the Bible define justice and look for a just society? What would it mean to live more justly ourselves? Join us for a broad conversation based out of the biblical book of Amos, a prophet who longed for a world that would live out God’s justice. Taught by Bill Fullilove and others.