Adult Education at McLean Presbyterian helps you grow in grace through thinking more deeply about faith and life. These Sunday School classes meet at 9 a.m. & 10:45 a.m. and are broken down into two types of classes:

Institute Courses last for 6-8 weeks with readings and personal reflections outside of class. Registration requested.

FOCUS Communities are ongoing groups with rotating studies focusing on theology, life, and missions. Drop in at any time. 

summer classes

Drop in anytime!

This summer drop in to classes as your schedule allows – no registration required.

Current Classes & Communities

  • FOCUS Communities

  • FOCUS Communities

Exploring the Scriptures

The “Little Letters” of the New Testament

Meets at 10:45 a.m. in Cooper lecture hall

Buried near the end of your Bible, tucked between the end of the larger Pauline letters and the book of Revelation are a set of small letters written by different biblical authors – letters such as 1-3 John, Jude, Philemon, and 1-2 Peter. Each week this summer we’ll study one of these letters, focusing on the meaning of the letter and how it applies to us today. The format means you can come to class even if you’ve been away on vacation without feeling lost, so join any week you’re in town! Taught by Bill Fullilove, Hugh Whelchel, and others

Berean Servants

Reflecting Christ: Becoming More Like the Savior

Meets at 10:45 a.m. in Cooper Room 122

Compassion, humility, faith, perseverance. Jesus Christ is all of these and so much more. Do you want to glorify our Lord and conform to his image? As you walk in his ways and delight in his will, Christ’s beauty will be reflected in your life, but such godly character comes only as the Spirit of God transforms you through his Word. This study will highlight Christian virtues the Holy Spirit is cultivating in your life and will help you become the person God is calling you to be. Taught by John Carter

Intergenerational Study

The Sermon on The Mount

Meets at 10:45 a.m. in the multi-purpose room

Students grades 6 – 12 and adults of all ages are invited to study God’s word together this summer. What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven? Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount to answer this question for his disciples. This practical and profound sermon asks of us the same questions it posed to its original hearers. Drop in this summer to explore Jesus’s challenges to us, citizens of Heaven.

This summer drop in to classes as your schedule allows – no registration required! Summer classes begin Sunday, June 16 at Cooper MS just down the road from our main McLean building and in the Multi-Purpose Room.

Staff Contact

Joe Palekas
Pastoral Intern
[email protected]