Due to the pandemic we are not currently meeting in our buildings.
However, there are rich online adult education offerings:
A New Normal: Finding God in the New Rhythms of Life – Join Pastor Gillian for this class either on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. or Wednesday afternoons at 2 p.m., beginning Monday, 14 September. Scripture is full of people who have dealt with times of transition and change. As we deal with the changes that life brings, by choice or by chance, how does our faith in God help us through, as it has helped those who have gone before us. Contact the church for a Zoom invitation.
28-Day Racial Equity Learning Challenge – Beginning on 14 September and running through 11 October, you’ll have a chance to learn something new about racial equity in America each day. This online program will provide a short article or video to read or watch each day at a time that’s convenient for you. On Sunday evenings at 6:30 (beginning 9/20), we’ll gather via Zoom to talk about what we’ve learned. Contact the church for a link to the syllabus and for a Zoom invitation.
When we no longer have to worry about COVID-19, we will resume our Sunday morning adult programming.
Sunday classes meet from 9:00 – 9:45 in the education building behind St. Andrew’s main building. Childcare for 2 year olds and younger and classes for 3 year olds through senior high are available at the same time.
If you last entered a Sunday School classroom in 1992 and associate it with Bible worksheets and second graders, then you may want to give it another try (and by the way, not even second graders fill out worksheets here!).
Will I have to do homework?
No, not unless you want to do more reading on your own.
My spouse works on Sundays. May I come by myself?
I often have to travel and won’t be able to come every week. Is that OK?
Yes! All our lives are busy, and our classes allow you to gain (and contribute!) whenever you can come.
Do I need to know a lot about the Bible and Scripture to participate?
We have students of the Word at all different levels in each of our classes. No need to have your Bible books memorized or show off your ability to quote chapter and verse.
I’m shy. Will I have to speak in class?
We want everyone to feel welcomed and comfortable. While we value discussion and sharing, we love those who just want to listen and absorb.
I don’t really feel as if I have my faith all worked out. Are there others like me?
Yes, there are. Our classes are often as much about the questions as they are about the answers, and you will find groups of people who are honestly wrestling with what it means to be a child of God.
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