At Bethlehem, we believe that spiritual development is a lifelong process and our ministries for adults are a priority. We offer a variety of options for adults to enrich their faith in different ways. Some of the options include:
- Weekly Adult Sunday School classes at 9:00 AM on Sunday mornings (during the school year)
- Seasonal Programs (Lenten small group, Advent videos, etc.)
- Small group discussions
We offer a variety of classes for different ages and interests.
Don't see one you like? Talk to Pastor Emily about starting a new one!
Eosin Sunday School - Eosin Sunday School class meets in the northwest corner of the Fellowship Hall. We are an adult group that discusses the application of Biblical teachings to contemporary issues in our lives. This year we will begin with a look at the book of Romans as a guide for our lives. We are a relaxed group where everyone is welcome. Led by Debbie Havens.
Motley Crew - In the Motley Crew group, we're happy to take in any and all. Our discussions cover a variety of topics, and while we don't always stay on track, we are consistent in caring for each other and the church. Most of us are parents of school-aged kids as well. If you are constantly on the go, doing your best, ready to roll up your sleeves and get to work when the church needs help, and completely unreliable in making it to Sunday School on time, this might be the class for you. In typical fashion, we have no idea what we'll be studying in Sunday School this fall, but we'll pull our act together at some point. Join us! Led by Anna Walls in the Motley Crew room.
Open Door - Most people come to the Open Door class without any in-depth Bible background at all. We try to concentrate on critical reading and understanding of the Bible and application of the Word to our lives. God’s Word is powerful and full of meaning. We try to help each other understand it and live it. We meet at 9:00 in one of the small breakout rooms off the youth space. We would love it if you would join us. Led by Andy Ozete.
YAC - The YAC class, which was once the Young Adult Class, still enjoys welcoming all newcomers, even if “young” no longer typiﬁes most of its members! This class explores the inﬂuence of current events on one’s faith journey, and how cultural, economic, and political trends impact eﬀorts to follow the teachings of Jesus. The group meets in the library adjoining the fellowship hall on Level 3. Steve Worthington is the lead facilitator.