Adult Education


Looking to add some depth to your faith? At First Presbyterian adult education focuses on providing space and opportunities to dig deep into our tradition and our practice as we all grow in our understanding of God, community and vocation.

On Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. there are usually several opportunities:

Faith and Family: A multigenerational discussion group focused on raising children to know Jesus's teachings, follow God's way for their lives, and grow up to be active church and community members. Attend this class if you currently have a close connection to children or if you are curious about ways to help support the future of the church.  The group meets in Room 27. 

Faith Forum: Topics change weekly, as experts in their fields share information and insight, and are publicized in church bulletins and newsletters. Follow the link in the side bar for current information. The class usually meets in Room 7.

Bonhoeffer Study: Reading the works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, under the leadership of Judy Holy. Currently reading Bonhoeffer's Letters from Prison. The group usually meets in the parlor.

Everyday Spirituality: A topical discussion class that delves into how we live our faith in our daily life. Members take responsibility for leading discussions on topics of current interest. Derek Voskuil is the organizer. The group usually meets in Room 5.