Adult Christian Education

BIBLE STUDY CLASS
Sundays 9:15am – Scout Room (Basement Level off of the Fellowship Hall, currently via email) 

Adults can join the Scout Room class Sundays via email for fellowship and discussion of the latest lesson from The Present Word series.  For more information, contact Tom (tomlexky@gmail.com) 

Topics:

 September 5: Moses and Miriam Praise God (Exodus 14:1-15:1-21)

September 12: David Dances before the Ark (2 Samuel 6)

September 19: Glorifying God (Mark 10:46-52; Luke 18:35-43)

September 26: Believers Praise God (Acts 2:32-33, 37-47)



ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 
Sundays 

(Meeting on Zoom at 9:00am)

Hosted by Rev. Matt Falco
9:00am Sunday 

Adult Sunday School (Hybrid: In-person & Zoom)

Matt’s Class will be back soon! Starting August 29th at 9:00am in Fellowship Hall. When Paul wrote Romans, his back was against the wall. Vicious charges against him and his gospel had already reached Rome. His claim to be an apostle was weak. He had never known Jesus in the flesh; never heard Jesus speak beside the sea; never been one of the twelve disciples. Moreover, for a time he had vigorously persecuted the church. So some felt his claim to be an apostle was a fraud. Paul’s letter to Christians in Rome is his most impassioned plea to live the life of faith. Over the course of 9 Sundays, we’ll learn about Paul and study this letter that has shaped, for good and for bad, many of the most influential theologians since it was written. (If you would like the option to attend online, please let Matt (matt@maxpres.org) know and he will be happy to make arrangements.)

 


KERYGMA – PASTOR’S CLASSThis class takes a break during the summer. Look for more details in August.
Wednesday Mornings 10:30 to 11:45am on Zoom 
(Meets virtually)

 Matt’s Wednesday classes meet at 10:30am and 6:30pm (beginning September 1)

Over the last year and a half, the Covid-19 pandemic has given us insight into how we as individuals and communities of faith can respond to trauma. Matt’s Wednesday morning and evening classes will explore this topic using several resources including Walter Breuggeman’s Virus as a Summons to Faith: Biblical Reflections in a Time of Loss, Grief, and Uncertainty. Join the class at either 10:30am (Library) or 6:30pm (Marshall Parlor) on Wednesdays at Maxwell Street.  For more information, email Matt (matt@maxpres.org).  

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