Life and Teachings of the Apostle Paul Micah Cobb Fellowship Hall From his dramatic conversion on the Damascus Road until his martyrdom around three decades letter, the Apostle Paul influenced the early expansion of Christian churches and the theological development of Christian thought. Through studying Paul's life and letters this fall, we will be given a front-row seat to watch the early Christians struggle with what the Old Testament means in light of Jesus, how God's grace demanded the full inclusion of the Gentiles, the way the Spirit transforms the lives of believers, and how ethnically and socially diverse believers could function as one. Marriage can be a wonderful thing, and since God created it, we know that it is good.
Classes meet on the 1st floor of the Parish House, and conclude with a fellowship hour. On the 5th Sunday of the month, we enjoy a brunch provided by the church. All are welcome to join us.
We offer everything from Bible study and faith-based classes to opportunities to sing, exercise, share ideas, and make new friends. Or are new in the area and would like to make connections and find community. Maybe you are going through a difficult time or a life transition and would appreciate support.
Through Adult Education at St. As Episcopalians, we enjoy thinking deeply and critically about our faith together, and we savor the laughter and fellowship that comes with it! Therefore, we offer several different ways to become involved. Check out the follow education opportunities:.
We believe God is still speaking. Come and learn, in our culturally diverse and inclusive community lessons on God and life. Classes and small groups help us find ways to heal our souls and the world around us.
Home about us I'm new worship services special events what we believe mission statement Presbyterian history wondering about God? We, at First Presbyterian, believe that education is a life-long learning process. Here are some of the things we are currently offering adults:.
Our Adult Education ministry is designed to reinforce your faith, satisfy your inquisitive mind and enhance your knowledge of the Bible and other sacred and spiritual writings. The program changes from year-to-year based on interests and events, but here are some of our recent activities:. Included on this page are resources provided by the Institutes for Healthcare Improvement and the BCC Board of Deacons to help you have a conversation with someone you care about regarding how you would like to be cared for near the end of your life. These resources are non legal, non binding, but offered as a tools to equip the saints in having these important discussions.
Through our Adult Faith Education programs, we provide continuing education to our adults, engaging our parish community by deepening their faith-life and promoting knowledge of the Catholic tradition. Our Faith Alive! We invite you to learn and grow in your faith and to have opportunities to encounter Jesus along the way.
Dear One. Whether you have served as a Chaplain in any other program, center, or Church before, please pray about this opportunity and then consider fulfilling several important steps unique to our ministry as outlined in this booklet. Everyone who is interested in doing so is welcome to join the Church — become a committed member — by filling out and submitting a membership form found in our lobby in the seat-pockets and on our website.