Adult Sunday School
Sunday school elective on the Bible and the environment
Humans construct their understanding of “nature” and “culture” and this is evident in how the Bible constructs its various views of the environment of ancient Israel. As a foundational literary text in Western civilization, the Bible’s construction of “nature” and “culture” influences contemporary understandings of environmental issues. This Sunday school elective will meet September 9-December 15 and will explore the relationship between the Bible and nature. There will be some readings for those who want to prepare before Sunday morning, but the readings are not required. Each class session will begin with a summary of the reading often in combination with the reading of a biblical passage and there will be some time for discussion. For planning purposes, please contact Ray Person at email@example.com if you’re interested in attending.
The Connections Class studies MennoMedia’s Adult Bible Study lessons. Class membership spans a variety of ages, vocations, and backgrounds. They host a potluck on the first Sunday of the month.
The Sojourners Class is intergenerational and welcomes people of all ages, both single and married. They study MennoMedia’s Adult Bible Study lessons. They meet for a potluck the second Sunday of every month.
The Freudige Class is the Baby Boomers class. They usually choose discussion on topics of current interest, but also blend in MennoMedia’s Adult Bible Study lessons. They have a potluck the second Sunday of every month.
Faith and Life Class
The Faith and Life Class combines Bible study, social events, and outside speakers for a rich menu of learning possibilities. They enjoy interesting discussions on a variety of issues.
Faithbuilders is an intergenerational group that uses The Wired Word, an adult curriculum that relates the messages contained in Scripture passages to current headlines. Newcomers and visitors are welcome.
Faithful Living is an intergenerational class that, during the 2018-19 year, is studying and discussing the weekly topic as defined by the book that First Mennonite is using for worship, “We Make the Road by Walking.” (McLaren)
If you are interested in one of these classes, please contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org.