Upcoming Events

Classes and Groups for Fall 2022

The Ministry of Adult Spiritual Growth

For the Fall of 2022, the Ministry of Adult Spiritual Growth is pleased to announce the following classes.

We have tried to balance our offerings of classes in a variety of areas of Spiritual Growth:

  • Learning about contemporary approaches to scriptures
  • Growing in our ability to follow Jesus
  • Demonstrating Christian social witness in our modern world.

We hope these classes will help people connect with each other, while building our community of faith.

About Sunday Morning Class times:

Please notice that the starting time has changed to 9:15 AM. This allows us to accommodate the many people who attend classes and have to be available for something related to our worship service at 10:30.

If you intend to participate in a Sunday morning class, please be ready to begin class promptly at 9:15 AM.

About Books for the Classes

All of the books used in the following classes, except for the Follow Me classes, are widely available through local public libraries and major online booksellers. Many are available in audio format.

Inexpensive, used copies can be purchased through used booksellers like AbeBooks.com, Biblio.com, or ThriftBooks.com.

Books for the Follow Me classes will be purchased by the Ministry of Adult Spiritual Growth. If you can, please donate $8 per book to Forest Hill Church, specifying that it is for books for a class. But if this expense would be difficult for you, please consider the book to be our gift to you.

Strength to Love

Study of the Book of Wisdom

Racial Equity Buddies

Follow Me: Biblical Practices for Faithful Living

Probing the Parables

Praying with others through the Challenges of Life

Racial Equity Book Club

Also coming this fall:

Intergenerational Gathering – An opportunity for adults and children to neet together, facilitated by Amy Wheatley and members of the Ministry of Family, Youth, and Children; dates to be announced

Immigration Task Force Forum – in November

Developing Your SuperPowers: Disrupting Interpersonal Racism Series – in November and December