Education is central to being a Presbyterian. Presbyterian faith values the importance of helping people to think for themselves so that they can form a relationship with Christ in a unique and personal way.
We are not a tradition that tells people what they must think. Instead, we help people by teaching them about God–the Creator, Christ, and Holy Spirit–and helping them learn how to bring God into every part of their lives.
The Adult Education program on Sunday mornings, during Vacation Bible School, and periodically offering special classes, always focuses on being both informative and formative. We offer information that gives you a better understanding of Christian thought, but we also focus on teaching in a way that helps form your life.
We don’t want to just give you information. We want you to deepen as well. Join us as we grow together in learning about God.
Adult Education is on Sunday mornings from 10:00–10:45 a.m.
Adult Education for April: ”Exploring Other Faiths” ~ We will be offering a four-week class introducing us on other faiths. The class will be taught by Tom Grant, a retired Social Studies teacher who specialized in teaching Non-Western Cultures and World Religions for 35 years. He has lived in Japan and has traveled around the world exploring cultures that practice other religions, including, India, Egypt, Turkey, Israel, Thailand and Jordan. He used these travel experiences to further his knowledge and aid in his teaching. Since retiring he has continued to study and teach World Religions for various church groups and community organizations. He has a passion for helping people understand other religions and to dispel misconceptions. The purpose of the class will be to introduce the basic teaching and practices of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam and to develop an interest in learning more about the world’s other great religions. So join us at 10 a.m each Sunday in April.