Adult Christian Formation

Sunday School Classes

updated August 2019

The following classes will kick-off on September 8 with a preview breakfast in Pope Hall at 10 am. All are welcome!

What Did Jesus Do?

Pope Hall

Leaders: Fr. Bryan and Fr. Chris

 

As Christians, we are called to be "little Christs" to each other and to neighbors known and unknown. To imitate Jesus, we need to not only ask: "What would Jesus do?" We also need to ask: "What did Jesus do?" In this class, we'll look at Gospel accounts of things Jesus did that help us better understand who he is, what it means to faithfully follow him as Lord and Savior, and what it means to pray for God's kingdom to come on earth as it is in heaven. Join us as we look at some well-known Gospel stories in ways that you may not have seen them before - through the mind and heart of Jesus himself.

**Our high-school friends are invited to join this class, too. The teens-only “Round Table” in Pope Hall will be waiting with snacks and plenty of seats.

Soul Maintenance and Repair

Church Library

Leaders: Deacon Reese and Brookie Smith

If your relationship with God- your spiritual life- has been less than easy or if it has been sometimes confusing and hurtful…it is not just you. It is a struggle for most but should not be for any. The spiritual part of our life should be simple, precious, grace filled and practical…and a stable source of encouragement. Our class will explore the different reasons things often times can go wrong with  our spiritual lives, as well as concrete suggestions to avoid damage that can occur and how we can heal damage already done.

When Your Hands are Full: A Mom’s Bible Study

School Library

Leader: Ashley Danos

Motherhood is tough and it's hard to experience true joy in God, our children, and the gospel among the mundane daily tasks and ever growing to-do lists.  Join us as we reinvent our vision of motherhood together around what the Bible teaches, and learn how to pursue a vibrant relationship with God and see the mundane moments for what they really are - worship. We'll study Gloria Furman's Treasuring Christ When Your Hands are Full. Books are available for purchase in the Church Library ($7) or on Amazon

Thy Word

Witter Hall Conference Room

Leaders: Chuck and Meg Duggar

 

Our ongoing Bible and book study group is discussing N.T. Wright's The Day the Revolution Began: Reconsidering the Meaning of Jesus' Crucifixion. This thought provoking book explores the meaning of the cross in its original context. "The Messiah died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures" 1 Cor 15:3. Please feel free to join them at any time.

Please contact Margie Gaudet, Adult Formation Director, with any questions: (225) 733-3334. 

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