Sunday Classes for Adult Education
Are you looking to explore questions about faith, spirituality, and how it applies to today's society? Or are you seeking to build relationships with others who are walking the same path? Each Sunday morning, nearly a dozen different adult small groups meet to explore God's Word and what it means in our lives. We invite you to join in anytime! The following classes meet on Sundays at 10am-10:50am (unless noted otherwise). Check Sunday bulletins for updated room assignments because we are currently renovating some of our spaces.
Formerly the Corinthian and Maranatha classes.
We are currently doing an in-depth Bible study of the Book of Romans, St. Paul's letter to the Christians in the Empire's capitol of Rome. We examine Paul's theology using various Bible scholar's interpretations as well as our own opinions and beliefs. Bring your Bible and a Romans commentary. Those lead to interesting comments and comparisons. We meet at 10:00 a.m. down the south hall, Room 200, with coffee and goodies.
Come and collect some "dust" (knowledge) with us. We are adults in our late 20s to early 40s, married, single, or attached. This Epworth class has great discussions on Sunday mornings, parties, and social service projects. We welcome newcomers and visitors! This summer, join us in Fellowship Hall "B" as we have more wiser members of the church visit us to share their stories of love, Christ, and faith.
GleanersGleaners is a multi-generational group that tackles in-depth studies of contemporary topics. We are currently studying Adam Hamilton's The Way. Join us Sunday morning at 10:00. Our classroom is the first room on the left as you enter the church through the front door. Contact Karen Burch at 317-409-4733 for more information.
Jr. High/Sr. High Sunday School
Join the youth in the fellowship hall, Room 02, for Bible exploration, lively discussions and fun!
This class offers adults with special needs an opportunity to come together for fellowship and prayer. Meet in Room 104.
The SEEKERS are reading and discussing popular Indiana Quaker pastor Philip Gulley's new book Living the Quaker Way: Timeless Wisdom for a Better Life Today. Pastor Gulley writes: "My passion is in growing a world in which peace, love, and justice reign. In this book I am not inviting you to a church, but to a beautiful, generous way of living." Rotating discussion leadership. Coffee pot always on. Schoolfield Room #201. All are welcome.
For questions contact Charley Waldo -- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tippy's Friends/Sam's Club
We will be viewing Nooma videos from now until Labor Day. All are welcome. Join us in Fellowship Hall, section A.
Women's Bible Study
We will be studying the book A Faith of Your Own by Ron Allen a professor at CTS. Located in Room 205. All are welcome and the coffee pot is on.