Adult Education bridges our faith tradition with real life.
Adult Education offerings fill our building with opportunities to grow in knowledge and faith.
Adult Education for 2018–2019:
God Is Doing A New Thing
This year, drawing on the Gospel of Mark to guide us, Matt Skinner leads a series of Plenary Presentations.
“The Gospel according to Mark is probably the most mysterious of the four Gospels … Mark [is] a great book to explore in our current time of social polarization and persistent uncertainties about churches’ priorities and reputations.”
The plenary presentations will be followed by two streams of education: One is traditional scholarly presentations held in Westminster Hall; the other is small group Bible studies led by several of the clergy in our congregation (retired clergy or parish associates). Come see the new thing that God is doing among us!
Living the Faith in the 21st Century
This Wednesday evening class, led by Dr. Chad Quaintance, explores what it means to live as faithful Christians today. Participants grow through learning and conversation. Bring your dinner; coffee and water provided.
Virtues, Values, Ethics, and Character
“Come, let us reason together…” This Sunday class provides weekly opportunities for dialogue and conversation around topics of faith and life. Participants share ideas and experiences as they grow together.
If you are looking for a way to connect more deeply with others at Westminster, consider joining a small group. These groups gather to grow in faith and study to learn and live into God’s Word. To join a group, contact Carmel Tinnes.