Adult studies and classes are offered both seasonally and as on-going classes. Some seasons will feature a parish-wide study with classes meeting throughout the week. These are the current studies.
Sex, Scandal, and Schism: Gnosticism and the Gospel in First-Century Corinth
The Church at Corinth was notorious for its factions, fornication, idolatry, and heresy. Living in a culture hostile to the Gospel, the Corinthians struggled mightily to live by faith in Christ. In this study we will see that the problems in Corinth are not so different than our own, and that the good news of Jesus Christ can transform our lives forever. Please join Rev. Dr. Marcus Johnson every Sunday morning this fall (September 9–December 9) at 9:00 am in the chapel to study God’s Holy Scriptures.
Alpha, Fall 2018
A new Alpha group will be starting in September. Anyone who has questions about Christian faith they would like to explore in an open, friendly, and informal environment is welcome. There is supper, too. Head over to the Alpha page for all the details and to sign up.
I am the light of the world John 8:12
A Bible study on Thursday evenings will focus on the seven “I am” sayings of Jesus in John’s Gospel. The Rev. Dr. David Foxgrover will lead the study, which will meet September 20—November 8, 7:00—8:00 pm in the parlor. Come for a time of learning, discussion and growing together in Christ.
It is always the right time to join these on-going Bible studies:
Rector’s Bible Study
Syllabus: Summer 2018 , Fall 2018
Saturday Mornings: 8:00 am in the fellowship hall
Teacher: The Rev. Dr. Mark Tusken
Recordings of Saturday Classes