Sundays, September 10 – November 19, 2023 at 10:05am
The Theology of Work
Led by the Rev. Dr. David Barr in Johnson Hall
In the book of Genesis, God creates human beings to refl ect his character and likeness, which means we were made to create, cultivate, and bless: in a word—work! This class will take up the topic of work and vocation as a Christian calling and the joy it is to pursue God’s work.
Desire and Practice in Our Spiritual Life: Exploring Ways to Deepen Awareness of God
Led by the Rev. Margery Kennelly in Hampton Hall
Will belief make us more loving, merciful, nonjudgmental, patient, faithful, or is that something that just occurs? Or is it something that we consciously develop? This class explores Christian spiritual disciplines that transform us. The format is designed for life application so attendees will go home with practices they can try.
Parenting Series: Love Languages with Kids
Led by the Rev. Sarah Puryear in Dandridge Hall (upstairs)
We know from Scripture that God is love, and that our love for one another is a gift from God. The framework of the five love languages helps us see that people understand and express love in different ways. We’ll be identifying how the members of our family receive and give love individually. We'll discuss how we can strengthen our relationships by showing our family members love in ways that connect with them. Parents with teenagers, younger children, or babies are all welcome to join us!
Led by the Rev. Richard Kew in Room 218
Christian grandparenting is a privilege that is both a thrill and a challenge. Each week, we engage in conversation together around specific topics, and we are often joined by guest speakers. The Grandparents Forum is a fellowship where we can learn from one another, ask big questions, and draw on the skills and experience of others. View the schedule of speakers and topics here.
The Believer's Authority
Led by the Ven. Dr. Martin Odidi in Room 202
Together we’ll explore how to face the difficulties and challenges in life through the grace of Christ.
Ethics, Theology, and Conversation
Conference Room (upstairs)
Facilitated by church members, this weekly offering is a roundtable discussion of topics presented by members of the group.