Classes for all ages meet Sunday mornings from 9:00-10:00am ā€” a great way to stay grounded and nurtured.
Various formats relate to different learning styles and emphasize growing in knowledge, experience, and transformation. Come early and enjoy coffee & tea in Fellowship Hall East (upstairs kitchen area).
Adult classes meet upstairs, and children and youth gather on the main and lower lower levels of the building. Nursery care is also available in the infant and toddler rooms (main level).

Spring 2018

Adult Classes – Church History


Mending the Divides. This class will discuss the book Mending the Divides:  Creative Love in a Conflicted World by Jon Huckins and Jer Swigart, who offer practical advice about what it means to be peacemakers and share stories of peace-building in both local and global contexts. 
Taught by: Jim Spurrier
Location: Fellowship Hall


Liturgy of the Ordinary. This class will discuss the book Liturgy of the Ordinary:  Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Tish Harrison Warren, who writes about discovering how everyday tasks (even brushing teeth or sending emails) can become sacred reminders of God’s presence with us.

Taught by: Naomi Smith
Location: Fellowship Hall