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
- Seasonal Programs (Bible study, summer Sunday school, 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!
Many classes meet on Sundays from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Eosin: The Eosin group invites anyone who is interested to join our class. We meet inside Fellowship Hall at the northwest corner. It is an informal discussion on modern topics relating Biblical references in the UCC devotion group discussion material. This fall we will look at the Max Lucado book- “Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World.” For questions, please contact Debbie Havens at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Motley Crew: Anna Walls will be leading the Motley Crew Sunday School class for the 20-40ish crowd in the “Motley Crew” room (located on level 2 adjacent to the choir room). They will be studying and discussing topics in 6 week increments, starting with the topic of Prayer. There will also be snacks! Please contact Anna at email@example.com with any questions.
YAC: The YAC class, which was once the Young Adult Class, still enjoys welcoming 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. For questions, please contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Y2K/Open Door Sunday School: Class meets at 9:00 in one of the small breakout rooms off the youth room, and led by myself, Andy Ozete. I hesitate to call ourselves “Bible for dummies” but we do try to concentrate on critical reading and understanding of the Bible and application of the Word to our lives.
Most people come to the class without any in-depth Bible background at all. God’s Word is powerful and full of meaning. We try to help each other understand it and live it. I know we would love it if you would join us. Please contact Andy with any questions at email@example.com.