Northwest Adults

Sunday School for Adults

Two Adult Sunday School Classes will meet this fall from 9:15-10:15am. Both classes will meet in a hybrid format, so those who wish to do so may join the class on Zoom. Zoom links are available in the digital newsletter.

Bible Basics Class: Meeting in the Youth Lodge and led by AJ Shortley.
Re-Interpreting Paul: 1st Corinthians in the 21st Century - AJ will facilitate informal discussion on Paul's first letter to the Church in Corinth. Utilizing recent (and highly significant) scholarship on Paul, his social context, and his thought, this study examines this fascinating pastoral letter written to a spiritually and socially struggling congregation. This study also asks how Paul's thought (and the Bible in general) informs our perspectives on current events in our own societal context. 1st Corinthians is a perfect document to explore for this purpose. What Paul has to say is quite shocking, and counter-cultural. Come be part of the conversation!

Journey Class: Meeting in the Session Room. Series 3—November 6, 13, 20
Praying Our Poems: Exploring Poetry in Isaiah and in Our Lives: Guest facilitator Christina Toney-Schmitt, M.Div., and Development Director of the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta New Church Development Committee will lead this three session deep study on the themes in Isaiah 65:17-25. These themes include God’s promise of a “new heaven and a new earth,” that the “wolf and the lamb shall feed together,” and “the sound of weeping and crying will be heard no more.” This will be an inspiring study of Christian hope and trust in God’s promises.

Login information for the classes is in the eNewsletter, including a dial in option.
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