Adult Education

Adult faith formation classes

Our three adult Sunday morning classes meet from 9 to 10 a.m. during the fall, winter and spring. There are no classes in the summer months, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. You are welcome to pick one of the classes below and stick with it, or switch from one class to another depending on your interests. All are welcome.

Faith Forum attendeesFaith Forum

Do you like to learn about and discuss contemporary issues and your faith? You may find Faith Forum to be the right fit for you. This class features guest speakers talking about local and statewide social issues, providing us with opportunities to learn more about how our faith meets the world. The group meets in the Ebenezer Room.

Some of our best discussions have taken place when you, members of Faith, are discussing your jobs, volunteering and passions. If you are willing to talk about an interest of yours, we’d love to put you on our schedule. If you have a favorite local charity or nonprofit that you think we would benefit from hearing about, we’d like to schedule its representative for a Sunday morning discussion. Please let Darlene Puncochar or Tricia and Mark Grimes (the facilitators for the class) know of your interest in sharing your thoughts and experiences with our Faith Forum.
 

Adult Bible Study

The Sunday morning Bible Study digs into questions that many of us have about faith and spirituality, with several different studies throughout the year.  Come join the conversation and deepen your understanding and commitment to the work of Jesus.Stop in anytime! You do not have to bring a book or read anything in advance.

The Adult Bible Study Class meets in Room 219 (upper level) at 9 a.m. It is led by the Revs. Susan Mullin and Andy Keck.

 

What are you praying about attendeesWhat Are You Praying About?

Bring your coffee to the Conference Room and talk about your spiritual practices and share what you are praying about. We will discuss a variety of topics as determined by the group. The class is facilitated by Karolyn Busacker and is a great way to get to know other people at Faith in a casual setting.

News at Faith

Registrations are open for Faith UMC's antiracism study dialogue circle!

The circle will meet every Saturday morning from September 9 through November 11.


Faith UMC will be on its summer schedule through the Labor Day weekend. The worship service will begin at 9:30 a.m., and coffee and fellowship time follow the service.

We've created a “prayground” near the front of the sanctuary where the children have been sitting with their teachers at the beginning of worship. We envision this as a place where children can draw, read, play, and pray and where parents can sit nearby.

Rev. Diane Christianson will lead another group to the Holy Land in January 2018. If you didn't make this year's trip, maybe this next trip is the time for you to go!

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