Here, we discuss topics related to our faith and to spiritual matters. We may read books written by prominent authors, or we may watch videos of interest.
Some of the authors we’ve studied include J. Harold Ellens, John Shelby Spong, Marcus Borg, John Dominic Crossan, William Sloane Coffin, and Diana Butler Bass.
Some of the videos we’ve viewed include “From Jesus to Christ – The First Christians” (PBS Frontline), “The Future of the Church” (Phyllis Tickle), “Emergence Christianity” (Phyllis Tickle), “Parables of Jesus in Luke – A Middle Eastern Cultural View” (Kenneth Bailey), and “Saving Jesus” (Living the Questions).
Adult Educational Opportunities
Join us for Adult Sunday School at 8:30am on Sunday mornings to discuss various books, films, speakers and authors. All are welcome!
For Children & Youth
We use the Presbyterian curriculum “Growing in Grace & Gratitude.” The purpose of this curriculum is to help transform the lives of children and those who love them, by framing it with the use of grace and gratitude. It is rooted in the foundation of Presbyterian identity where God’s grace and our gratitude are the heartbeat of our faith, life, and worship. The curriculum encourages children to live their lives as an expression of God’s grace. Each session shares a Bible story that reveals God’s grace for us. Through fun, age-appropriate activities, prayer, and singing, children and their leaders will celebrate the meaning of this grace in their lives as they encounter a living God.
The Sunday School schedule for spring is as follows:
Lessons Theme: The Life of Jesus according to the Book of Luke
April 7: Service at Kirk in the Hills (No Sunday School)
April 14: The King of Glory Comes, Luke 19:28-40 and 23:32-47
April 21: Easter Egg Hunt. Information to come.
April 28: Our Eyes were Opened, Luke 24:13-25
May 5: Communion; children in church
May 12: Mary and Martha, Luke 10:38-42
May 19: Return with Thanks, Luke 17:11-19