Adult Sunday School Classes

Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church

 

Adult Classes: Fall Session II

 

October 28 th -December 16 th 9:30-10:30 am Sundays

 

College Class: Minor Prophets Survey (continued)

             Teachers: Bill Reynolds, Kyle Strom, and Andy Wood

These last 12 books of the Old Testament are only called “minor” because they are short. But otherwise there is nothing minor about them. Come see how each one of these prophetic books points us to God’s promise of grace in Jesus, even in the midst of Israel’s failure and judgment. Breakfast served every Sunday morning. While geared for students of VT, RU, and NRCC, we love to have a few other adults attend the class as well. See Andy if interested.

 

Bible Class: The Gospel of Matthew (continued)

             Teacher: Tom Gardner

Our study of the Gospel of Matthew will continue through session II. This class is a survey of the Matthew, and if you are coming from the Narnia class, you are more than welcome to join! Matthew is the longest and arguably the richest Gospel, full of Old Testament allusions showing how Jesus is the Second Adam, Moses & David, God in the flesh, and Savior. Along with reading the Gospel closely, we will do some thinking together about how one goes about preparing and leading Bible studies. Come see Jesus with fresh eyes!

 

Christian Life Class: Bioethics and the Christian

             Teacher: Taylor Rollo

We live in a time of constant medical advancement, which certainly has its blessings that past generations could not enjoy, and yet, at the same time, it creates confusing and challenging situations that Christians of past generations never had to face. Many of the decisions we must make have become more spiritually taxing, financially momentous, and morally difficult. This class will take a look at how the Bible and a Christian worldview inform bioethics (the ethics of medical decisions) and explore making biblical, wise, and difficult decisions on issues that we, family, or friends will probably face at some time in the future (whether we are in the medical field or not), with particular focus on the beginning and end of life.

 

Elective: Seasonal Choir

             Teacher/Director: Stephanie Clements

We will be learning several songs that will be sung during the Christmas season. No experience necessary! In fact, this is the opportunity to learn some basics of singing and reading music. If you enjoy singing, please come. Adults and High School students are welcome to join.