ADULT BIBLE CLASS
The Adult Bible Class is a family of believers that meets in the chapel each Sunday morning at 9:15 from September through May to study God’s Word. Our lessons are taken from “The Present Word”, published by several denominations including the United Church of Christ.
We begin our time together each week by singing several familiar hymns found in the “Christian Service Songs” book. Our class began a mission project in 1967 and continues to provide financial support to children in India through Child Fund, Inc. The Adult Bible Class welcomes people of all ages. Please join us for a time of fellowship and learning in the Chapel at 9:15 a.m.
EXPLORING CHRISTIAN LIFE (ECL)
This small group enjoys an informal atmosphere with conversation and coffee in the Conference room located on the 2nd level of the Sunday School building from 9:15am – 10:15am on Sunday mornings. Several adults take turns teaching and leading discussions.
Unlike Sunday School classes that use lectionary based teaching tools, this group used a variety of materials on contemporary topics prepared by professors from Lancaster Theological Seminary, popular authors like Max Lucado and Philip Yancey, or other books, articles and films found to be relevant to our spiritual growth. We believe faith formation is a life long process. Many who attend this class are involved in other activities on Sunday mornings and feel comfortable attending when they can. All are invited to attend.
MUGS & MUFFINS
Not interested in a class but want some time to relax and enjoy fellowship during the Sunday school hour? Hot coffee and something for the sweet tooth are provided.
Parents of Sunday School children gather together Sunday mornings from 9:15-10:15 for fellowship in the Mugs & Muffins room located on the lower level of the Sunday school building. You never know who you may meet there!
The library is located on the lower level of the church and is open when the church is open. The library contains books for all ages and interests – new novels, Christian education books, self help books, history books including local church histories, books to lead church activities and many resources for Sunday School teachers.
In the entry hall are new or seasonal books that change frequently. There is no time limit when checking out books, however; we ask that you return them in a reasonable length of time. If you have any questions or are looking for a particular subject please contact the librarian, Jean Grim at 610- 693-8287.