Intergenerational Summer Formation
Summer is a time that we invite everyone together… where kids, youth, and adults practice reading the bible, talking about our faith, praying, singing, and serving together. It is not nearly as content-filled as our fall through spring curriculum, but it is spirit-filled!
Join us on the first Sunday of each month for a hymn sing followed by various church rejuvenation projects during the remaining weeks.
A light breakfast will be provided by folks in the class. Formation starts at 10 a.m. every Sunday in the Fellowship Hall.
Fall Christian Formation Opportunities
(Beginning on September 17)
Adults: The adult sermon discussion class will continue with leadership shared by the participants.
Wired Word: A second adult class will meet in the library and use the Wired Word curriculum. Teachers are Erica Davis and Nancy Williams-Berry.
Youth: Middle and high schoolers will use a video curriculum from Spark House that is both funny and thought-provoking. Teachers are Anne Smith and Greg Hubble. Joe and Lindsey will teach the confirmation class.
Elementary: Grades K-5 will continue the WoRMSs curriculum. Teachers will vary each week.
Preschool Children: Our youngest explore Bible stories with Gina Gilchrist and Gay Wyche in the nursery.
Men's D-Team Bible Study
When: Saturdays, 7:30am
This bible study meets weekly to read various scriptures and study books and discuss how it speaks to personal life and spiritual growth. The book we currently follow is, A Long Obedience in the Same Direction by Eugene Peterson. We are starting with Psalm 120 and an introduction to the history of the Psalms. All visitors welcome!
When: Tuesdays, 7:00pm
This group meets weekly for fellowship and to pray for the joys and concerns of our congregation and the world. All are welcome!
Brown Bag Book Club
When: First Tuesday of each month, 12:00pm–1:00pm
Where: Fellowship Hall
The Brown Bag Book Club will next meet on September 19 to discuss The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict. In October we will read America's First Daughter by Stephanie Dray (October 17th). November’s book will be Running on Red Dog Road and Other Perils of an Appalachian Childhood by Drema Hall Berkheimer (November 21). Bring your lunch and join us to discuss the month's book in a relaxed, informal setting. Contact Krissa Schaaf for questions.