We have wonderful educational offerings for both adults and
children during the Sunday School hour on Sundays
and have Bible Studies throughout the year.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, some of our class formats
Preschool and Kindergarten (ages 2-5):
PreK/K are invited to "P.J Party" a.k.a Prayers to Jesus Party,
an outdoor Music and Movement class led by Darla Talbert
and Tara Reck at 9:30AM-10:15AM on Sunday mornings.
In the event of bad weather, it will be moved into the
Fellowship Hall. Masks will be required and each child should bring their own
picnic sized blanket to ensure physical distancing, as well as their own snack.
1st- 4th grade: A Zoom class taught by Lea Fischbach and Stacey Torgerson. There will be a brief story time and then the class will do crafts together (delivered ahead of time to homes)
5th- 7th grade: Marsha Biven and another volunteer will teach a pre-confirmation class focused on the New Testament. Parents should have received a letter in the mail with more details about this class.
Exploring the Faith class
The Exploring the Faith class gathers to pursue a deeper understanding of Christian faith, seeking to live the faith more fully. The class does so by exploring the Bible and Presbyterian statements of the faith. Each week's discussion offers opportunity for questions to be asked, insights to be shared, growing faith to be affirmed. You are invited to come and explore! This class is on Zoom this fall starting at 9:30AM on Sunday mornings. Please email for a link.
Thursdays at 5PM- Walking with the Wind Book Study led by Hal Miller. Feel free to join the class even if you have not read the book.
Through book studies and discussion, our class for parents of children under 18 often focus on parenting challenges of the 21st century in the context of our faith. During the fall of 2020, this class will hold monthly check-ins.
Each summer, our church participates in Bibletimes Marketplace- our version of Vacation Bible School, alongside our covenant partners Epiphany Catholic Church and St. Luke's Episcopal. Children in Kindergarten through 6th grade learn what it was like in Bibletimes by dwelling in tents with tribe families, participating in craft-making in the marketplace, learning songs and dances, and having the Bible stories come to life through story-telling.