Adult Education January 2018
Sunday Morning Education Hour has some great offerings for adults to grow, stretch, deepen and ground their faith and practice. Adults of every age and stage are welcome – young adults to senior citizens. Some courses are three or four weeks and some last for several months. We try to address these broad themes: Bible Study, Big Questions, Equipping the Saints, Life and Nurture, Mission, Spirituality, and The Twenty-First Century.
Classes begin promptly at 9:30 a.m., so come and grab your coffee or tea at the Wake-Up Station, and join a conversation! Classes conclude by 10:25 a.m., so that if you are a person who attends the 10:30 a.m. service, you have enough time to gather for worship.
January Adult Education Options
Let’s Talk About Mental Health—Facilitated by Meredith Barger and John Michalczyk
You probably know at least one child, teenager or adult who has struggled with his/her mental health. Join in a discussion with Meredith Barger and John Michalczyk, the counselors (LCPC) in residence through Inspirit Counseling at First Presbyterian Church. Two of the classes will include presentations on specific topics and two will be open discussions with the counselor.
January 7 through 28 – Room 252
January 7 – Why Do We Argue: Understanding differences as potential for growth and healing as couples.
January 14 – Open discussion about anxiety, depression, parenting for mentally healthy children, etc.
January 21 – Understanding Depression: Physical, Psychological and Spiritual Dimensions
January 28 – Open discussion about anxiety, depression, parenting for mentally healthy children, etc.
Spiritual Habits for a New Year: Creating a Spiritual Practice that Works for You—taught by Sue Lowcock Harris
January 7 through February 11 – Room 258
In these first six weeks of 2018, we’ll take a look at the kinds of things that might be important and helpful for our spiritual life and practice.
• What is prayer and how am I going to pray?
• What should I do with the Bible?
• What spiritual tools are out there?
• And how can I make this actually work for me?
We’ll explore a variety of individual practices and practices we do with others – including our children or our parents. And we’ll try to compose a personal Rule to get us going in 2018.
The Bible in Depth: Ecclesiastes – facilitated by Doyle Nichols
Continues all year—all are welcome to join in at any time—Clark Parlor
This lively conversational study is reading through the wisdom literature of the Old Testament. All are invited to jump right in!
Young Adult Games & Conversation – facilitated by Ann & Brian Ventre
Continues all year – Room 205
Out of high school and no idea what to do? Home on break? First job and lots of questions? Come join other post-high-school, college, & post-college young adults for a time of fellowship, conversation, and board games as we navigate the perils of being an adult!
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