Adult Education at St. Andrews
The Adult Education Ministry Team develops spiritual growth for the congregation of St. Andrews. This includes: Sunday morning pre-worship classes, the Ronnie Lewis annual lecture, and special education programs. Classes provide a variety of educational opportunities, including Bible study, theology, mission and ministry, church history, comparative religions, contemporary and historical Christian thought, the history and ministry of the PCUSA, and current issues facing the church and society. Team participation is open to all members and friends of St. Andrews.
Sunday Morning Bible Study meets at 9:00 a.m. in the conference room. The class explores the Bible using the Lectionary Reading. This is an opportunity to explore the text in advance of the sermon. Materials to enhance understanding of the text and questions to guide the discussion are provided. You are invited to attend to nurture and grow your faith
Diverse topics and lively discussion
All adults invited to participate
EXPLORING FAITH IN LIFE
July 7: “Do Politics Belong in the Church?” article from Christian Century – Bob McQuilkin
July 14: “The Economics of Happiness: Is it the economy?” – Jim McCabe
July 21: “Increasing Income Inequality: Causes and Implications” – Jim McCabe
July 28: Church Finance – Sandra O’Neal, Chair of Finance Ministry Team
August 4: TBD
August 11: Rob Bell’s What is the Bible? – “Flood” – Russ Brandt
August18: Rob Bell’s What is the Bible? – “Fish” – Russ Brandt
August 25: Rob Bell’s What is the Bible? – “the Son” – Russ Brandt
WHAT’S NEXT FOR ST. ANDREWS’ ADULT ED MINISTRY?