“Being Presbyterian in the Bible Belt” is the topic for the Summer Adult Class.
Led by Pastors Hoyle and McElwaine, DCE Wendy Duncan and others, the study uses the book by Foote and Thornburg to cover some of the things that make Presbyterians a little different from our Christian neighbors. We meet in the Fellowship Hall, 301-C and welcome everyone to drop in for one Sunday or come every Sunday through the Summer.
Adult Bible Study Class (Parlor) Mike Lyons, Coordinator
This class uses the Present Word curriculum to study the “Uniform Bible Lessons”. Strong Bible foundations and lively discussion characterize this class.
Special Studies (Room 301) Norm Gleason and Susan Artz, Leaders
The Special Studies class explores topics of faith and how it intersects with the world. Some topics the class has discussed in the past include “Christian Doctrine” by Shirley Guthrie, "When Religion Becomes Evil," by Charles Kimball, and "Chosen," by Walter Brueggemann .
Cup of Grace (Room 206) Tricia Nielsen, Jane Brookshire, Beth Maclin, and Barbara Hurdle, Leaders
Exploring a variety of topics from Bible Study to theology, to spiritual and faith issues, this class freely dispenses grace with serious (and not so serious) discussion.
Parent Fellowship (Fellowship Hall) Mac Ingram and Mike Blizard, Leaders
A center of fellowship for parents of children birth through high school, class members are connected by the common challenge of family life. They support and encourage one another while studying a variety of topics.