Biblically and theologically based lessons and discussions in this class help all ages of adults respond to the call to live faithfully in the world today. Topics include scriptural study, theology, mental wellness, and outreach. Syllabus for the year. Register for Zoom:  fpc.tiny.us/passagessundayclass

 

February 25 – Palestine – Israel Perspectives of History – led by Ed Munn and Ross Loeser RECORDING OF CLASS
Leaders of this class will provide a history of the last 100 years in this volatile area of the world. Drawing on two recent books – one by a Palestinian author, and the other by an Israeli author – they will walk through history from the two perspectives. For example, each author says their people are “indigenous” to the area (and there is truth to this). Join to gather greater understand of the current situation.

The History of Christianity – led by Bill Stevenson
March 3 – From Anguish to Triumph: 30 – 476 CE – the growth of the Church ending with the fall of Rome
March 10– A Tale of Two Cities: 476 – 1517 CE – the development and end of the western medieval church just before Martin Luther’s challenge in Wittenberg and the Eastern Roman Empire and its conflict with Islam
March 17 – Reform, Division, Expansion: 1517 – 2024 CE – the Reformation and division of the western church and expansion of Christianity across the globe.

March 24 – No Class – Join “Adam’s Apple” the children’s musical offering, 10 a.m. in Wood Fellowship Hall

March 31 – No Class – Easter Worship, 9 and 11:00 a.m. Sanctuary

If you would like to view First Presbyterian’s Sunday School Classes from the preceding two years, click below.
Pathways to Discipleship – http://fpcpathways.com