You and your family are invited to participate in our many educational events designed to help feed your spirit. It's never too late to join a class. Take steps to continue your Christian Journey. Just show up! For more information or questions about Adult Ministries,
Contact: Trinity Whitley
Sunday Morning Classes
During the Week Opportunities
Antiracism Initiative and Study: For information, please visit our Antiracism Initiative page here.
Join one of the following Sunday School groups, Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
New This Year: Life Stage Groups
Parenting can be challenging and it's good to know you're not alone on the journey. Our Life Stage Groups offer parents a chance to share life with one another, study the Bible together, and connect more deeply to the Faith family The groups are:
- Parents of Children: Room 206
- Parents of Confirmands: Room 210
- Parents of Youth: Room 204
Feasting on the Word: Class discussions of the lectionary text for the week based on Feasting on the Word, led by Joseph Addae-Mensa. Meets in Room 110.
Online - The Bible Project: For those who aren't yet ready to resume in-person Bible Study, join Skip Forsyth and others as they study scripture using resources from www.bibleproject.com. Hop on at meet.google.com/ezo-iacd-vfj. This link will be used every week. If you'd like to call in, dial 484-416-2125 and use the PIN: 382 404 759# (Meets at 9 a.m.)
Christian Spirituality with the Black Dog: This small group will study The Courage to Be by theologian Paul Tillich. Virtual class for now.
Also on Sunday morning:
Centering Prayer: Contemplation, meditation and prayer, led by Pam Leslie, Vicki Weber and Ruth Reynolds. Meets in the Small Conference Room, 9:00-9:25 a.m. Will resume at a future date.
Wednesday Night Alive, Wednesdays at 6 p.m., Parlor
Mid-Week Bible Study: Join Pastor Brad for a study of the book of Luke. Don't forget to bring your Bible! This group meets in the Parlor.
Sermon Talk Back, Wednesdays, 6 p.m., Room 110 (begins January 12, 2022)
Ever feel like you want to unpack what you've heard in the sermon? Join Julianne Clayton on Wednesday evenings to unpack how God spoke to you or what questions the past Sunday's scripture raised for you.
Disciple 1 and Disciple 3
Disciple Fast Track is a tool to help you study the Bible daily and then join others in a 75-minute discussion of your weekly reading. While groups kicked off in the fall, they are starting their second semester the week of January 9, 2022. If you would like to spend 12 weeks reading through the New Testament, you can join in with Disciple 1 on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. in the Parlor. If you have taken Disciple 1 before (Fast Track or Original), you can join in with Disciple 3 in studying Paul's letters on Tuesdays at noon in the Parlor. Email to sign up. Books are $15.
Sojourners, Tuesdays, 5 p.m., Room 110
A sojourner is someone who temporarily resides in a place. As we travel this faith journey together, let's study the gospel of Mark. Meets Tuesdays, 5 p.m. on the Fellowship Hall patio. Led by Aggie Bell.
Faith in Prayer. Meets Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. in the Parlor. Led by Becky Roche. All are welcome to join this prayer ministry.
College age adults are invited to meet Shannon at Calvin's Coffee House (548 W. Park Avenue) on September Tuesdays (begins September 7). Shannon will buy your coffee and will bring pastries. Meet outside at the tables any time between 8 and 10 a.m. Drop by or stay awhile and enjoy this time checking in with other Faith friends.
Discussions of a selected book each month by the Faith Library Committee and others. 10 am- 12 noon on the fourth Thursday of each month in the library.
Prospective Member Class - Parlor
This class is offered periodically throughout the year. While this class is required for membership at Faith, taking the class does not commit you to membership. Topics covered include: Presbyterian distinctives, Faith's mission statement, Presbyterian church government, interpretation of scripture, and principles of Christian stewardship.
Contact Person: Trinity Whitley
Meets once a month September through May at members' homes. Contact Ruth Reynolds for more information.
Young Adult Gathering
Click here for more information.
Food and fellowship each 1st and 3rd Friday morning at 7 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Contact is Bill Hollimon.
Single Together Group
There is a fellowship and study group at Faith for adults who are single by choice or by life circumstances. The Single Together Group is open to both men and women who would like to explore what it means to be single in the Church today. There are open discussions on relevant topics such as historical and cultural overview of singleness and of singleness within the Church, dating, sexuality, single people and the Church, the challenge of singleness, and the challenge to the Church. The Single Together Group will meets periodically on Sunday evenings, 6-7 p.m., in the Parlor, and for outings once or twice a month. For more information, please contact Ruth Bedell, . All are welcome!