Christian Education – Adult

The Kirk offers a number of opportunities for Christian Education for adults so they can continue their study of the Bible and their spiritual development. Often the insights gained in adult Christian Education  activities lead to a fuller, richer faith journey and more active involvement in the ministry of the church.

Adult Classes on Sunday

All adults are encouraged to attend adult Sunday school classes, which start at 9:45 each Sunday morning.

The Kirk offers a full range of Sunday-morning classes for adults. Select the links below to find out more about these classes.

Bible in Depth GH2 in the Classroom Building, off of the Great Hall
Faith and Theology (FaT)Session Room in the Main Building near the church office
Faith FellowshipGH6 in the Classroom Building, off of the Great Hall
Faith Foundation GH8 in the Classroom Building, off of the Great Hall
Parents and Teacher
Activities Building (big room)
Seekers FH1 in the Main Building, off of Fellowship Hall (lower level)
Young Adult Class TBD
Bible DiscoveryFH2 in the Main Building, off of Fellowship Hall (lower level)

Short Term Classes

Short term classes are offered occasionally on topics including Intro to the Bible, earthcare, and leadership training. Watch the Kirk Krier or call the church office for information  about signing up for one of these courses.

Adult Study Opportunities during the Week

Thursday Morning Women’s Bible Study

The Thursday Women’s Bible Study meets the first and third Thursday of
September through June, at 9:30AM in the Fellowship Hall (lower level) of the main
building.  All women are welcome!

Wednesday Studies

A variety of Wednesday evening classes will be offered throughout the
year, following the optional catered meal. Classes begin at 6:30 pm. Some classes require
making reservations. Most classes are drop-in events, where
participants are invited to come for one meeting or come for all, as
personal schedules permit.

Examples of classes for adults include: Advent and Lent Studies Exploring the New Testament, an
8-week overview of the New Testament; Understanding Baptism, a 3-week
class on this important sacrament.

Read the Krier e-newsletter for the most up-to-date information regarding these classes.

Mission Statement

The CE Adult Ministry Team coordinates the educational activities of adult
church members. The committee assists in curriculum selection, teacher
recruitment and new class development.


Short-term Study Information

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Jocelyn Hill presented a list of short-term study materials at the 2003 Growing Together Conference.