Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Sundays at Chapelwood United Methodist Church
Education Time: 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.
Adult education classes are open to anyone of any age. The list of classes below offers a wide variety of interestes, ages, and discussion topics. Everyone is welcome, so find one where you can "fit in." Each class would be more than happy for you to join them.
We have lively group of people who have a feeling of family within the group. Well informed and prepared teachers leads to open discussions.
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We are group of people who believe in discussion and there is not a lack of opinions. Lesson literature is not taken at face value, but challenged and researched as a way to more fully understand and appreciate the meaning behind the word of God as set down in the Bible. We also want you to know that we are only "midly angry" as apposed to "cross." ;)
We are a fiesty group of christian people who self select topic of discussion. Class members decide as a group what is to be discussed. Sometimes we study books of the Bible and sometimes we study books lile The Ten Comandments from the Back Side by J. Ellsworth Kalas. No one is shy about giving input.
Contact Dale Libby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We come together as a group of parents with children whom we still have an obligation to support. We council one another on issues of children, family, and faith. We discuss different topics each week, so a person missing a Sunday will be able to follow along with the current topic.
We explore topics that are relevant to progressive Christianity and social justice. We approach our discussions with Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors. All ages are welcome.
We gather as a christian community to study Bible based literature and seek to find meaning and application for our daily lives. We usually take a book as the source of our topic and read and disucuss the chapters and topics each week. We are never a want for words.
We sing. That's why we are in the back by the kitchen--we make lots of noise. When we don't have a pianist, which is most of the time, pitching the song can be a challenge, but we sing anyway. Usually we sing from the Cokesbury Hymnal prior to a discussion about lectionary based Bible lessons. Our class studies devotionals from 52 different authors each year. Lessons are lead by different members on an informal weekly basis.
During the season of Lent, join us for a six week class study. The study is especially designed for those currently not attending an Adult Education Class; however, everyone is welcome. Discussions on the components of faithful living will be lead on alternate Sundays by Pastor Peter Cammarano and Pastor Bonnie Osteen. We will explore the scriptures, pray, and discuss how God is calling us to respond. We will seek to clarify our faith stories as we continue our spiritual journey.
We are a close group and spend a large part of the class time finding out what is happening to members who are not present. We talk about you when you are not there.
This class honors the founder of the class, the late Milton Walker in its name.
Young adults, still in college or out on their own.