Adult education and formation programs explore a broad array of subjects--theology, spirituality, history, bible and the arts—through a variety of meeting times and formats including: Sunday morning seminars (9:25-10:30), discussion groups, book studies, classes, forums, retreats, listening groups, and other small group experiences.

SUNDAY SEMINAR SPRING 2018 begins January 21 at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.

Faithful Resistance: Gospel Visions for the Church in a Time of Empire by Rick Ufford-Chase. Jesus taught under the shadow of the Roman Empire. Yet even as the Empire exalted the rich and powerful, Jesus preached that the truly blessed are the poor, the hungry, and the weeping. How might we respond if we discover that our churches have more in common with the Empire than with the truly blessed? This series continues our ongoing conversations on race privilege and faith. Books available in the office $10 or pay what you can. 
Please note that the Sunday Seminars scheduled for January 21 and January 28 will begin at 9:30 a.m. Starting February 4, the Seminars will begin at 9:45