ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL OPTIONS:
- YOUNG ADULTS Room 215 Life. Work. Parenting. Relationships. Community. #Adulting. The young adult class studies a variety of topics revolving around living a Christ-centered life at a time when life is constantly evolving. Join us for coffee, breakfast, prayer, study and conversation that ranges from the details of daily life to the depths of living in Christian community.
- SOUL CARE Room 214 Rev. Brad Walters will facilitate a series focused on exploring and practicing spiritual disciplines from a six-week study, "Soul Keeping" by bestselling author and pastor John Ortberg. "The health of your soul isn't just a matter of saved or unsaved," Ortberg writes. "It's the difference between deep, satisfied spirituality and a restless, dispassionate faith." Ortberg brings practicality and relevance to one of Christianity's most mysterious and neglected topics.
- FOR THE LIFE OF THE WORLD Room 307 Facilitated by Jessica Shelenberger, this sevenpart film series follows writer and actor Evan Koons and his friends -- folks like Stephen Gabril, Anthony Bradley and Makoto Fujimura -- as they explore what exactly our salvation is for. The study investigates God's "Oikonomia," or "economy of all things" in all areas of our lives, including family, work, art, charity, education, government and recreation.
- MEN'S BIBLE STUDY Lillian Martin Room Facilitated by Dave Dawson and Wally King, this discussion-based class gets everyone participating. This fall, they will study Acts 13 using N.T. Wright's commentary, "Acts for Everyone." For more information, contact Dave at (724) 946- 8828 or Wally at (724) 866-2032.
- SALT CLASS Room 109 In a cultural and political moment when violations of humanity are routinely sanctified by authorities, many who practice theological ethics seek to formulate an alternative by asking what faith requires beyond resistance. SALT will participate in this process as it reads and discusses "Faith and Resistance in the Age of Trump," an anthology that includes the writings of 25 scholars and teachers who address issues including gender, race, disability, LGBT justice, immigration, the environment, peace and poverty.