Adult Spiritual Formation & Small Groups
Expand your spiritual life through intellectual, social and creative opportunities that help you grow in faith and deepen your relationship with God, yourself and others. September through May, Sunday morning adult education classes start at 9:30am and generally meet in the South end of Fellowship Hall.
Lenten practices often focus on sacrificing a bit of life’s pleasures without considering how Jesus’ death was and is a miraculous act of love in and of itself. A 3-week study led by Tom Zych will explore how and why the crucifixion and death of Jesus provides a model of selfless love and what it means to triumph over death. Class meets at 9:30am on Sundays, Mar. 31 – Apr. 14 in South Hall. Adult Ed and Justice & Mission will lead a group discussion on Apr. 28 at 9:30am about experiences of Lent.
May 5 – “Camp Lilac” a celebration of Transgender kids – Ann Williams
May 12 – “Why Christians should care about Climate Change” – Dave Neff
May 19 – “Becoming a More Light Church” – Rev. David Wigger and FHC Youth
May 26 – “How to Read the Bible” – Rev. Dr. John C. Lentz, Jr.
Bible and Bagels
Every Wednesday morning @ 7:30am, members and friends meet in the Jin Room for coffee and bagels and a lively discussion of the upcoming lectionary passage. Drop-ins are welcome–there’s nothing to read ahead of time.
Faith Leader and Small Plates
These popular programs are designed to help participants discern God’s calling for their lives. Learn more here.
Watch the weekly bulletins and monthly newsletters for upcoming classes. NEW GROUPS form regularly and meet together for as long as desired. If you are interested in starting a new group, we are happy to assist in any way possible.
OTHER SPIRITUAL GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES
For fellowship and social opportunities, visit our Get Connected page.