This class welcomes all and is led each week by our minister Rev. Trina North in the Church’s Parlor. They read and discuss books written by leading Christian authors, including Adam Hamilton, Diana Butler Bass, and Philip Newell, among others. We also do special studies for Advent and Lent. Guests will find themselves in a thought-provoking environment where questions are always welcome!
The intergenerational Pyramid Class hosts spirited discussions for the theologically curious. Topics of mutual interest are centered around reading material, though reading the lesson is not a prerequisite. Past topics include John Wesley, the Gospel of Thomas, and the United Methodist Social Principles.
This class has a rich tradition of caring and fellowship and it’s always eager to welcome new members. Two regular teachers lead the group from the Adult Bible Studies series, a biblically-based curriculum incorporating current events.
This eclectic group consists of both singles and couples who enjoy reading all sorts of books together. The class engages in lively discussion, expressing a variety of opinions around in-depth exploration of the Bible as it relates to contemporary issues. Guests and new members will find themselves in a diverse, welcoming environment.