Children & Youth
- PreK-5 Children’s Class (In-Person & Zoom) 10:00 am – Deedra Rich
- 6-8th Grade Youth (In-Person & Zoom) following worship – Deedra Rich
Based on the liturgical calendar and family schedules, we either meet in person or on Zoom. Please contact Deedra to be kept updated with the schedule.
Thursdays (every other week)
- Pre-School-Elementary Gathering (Zoom) 5:15 pm – Deedra Rich
Adult Lectionary Class
- Meets Sunday at 10:00 am. Library room, 2nd floor, Education building
(In-Person and Zoom)
- Facilitator – Scott Grosse
Please contact Scott to be added to email for Zoom link.
Drop in any Sunday to find an interactive study and lively discussion of lectionary passages that offer insights for greater engagement with each Sunday’s worship service sermon following class. By sharing experiences and asking questions, participants learn Biblical principles and explore challenges of their faith.
The PC(USA) uses the Revised Common Lectionary as a resource for preaching, music, study, and prayer suggestions.
Spiritual Check-In & Lectio Divina
- Meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 7:30 pm
- Led by Deedra Rich
Please contact Deedra for the Zoom link.
Participants “check-in” with one another, sharing their joys and challenges for the week and holding one another in prayer, then prayerfully read scripture or a poem using Lectio Divina.
Lectio Divina is Latin for “divine reading,” and is a practice of slowly meditating upon, praying, and being formed by God’s word. Everyone is welcome.
- Meets on the second Tuesday of the month (September – May) at 10:30 am, Fellowship Hall
- Fellowship and Bible study are followed by a light lunch
- Study is led by Rev. Andy Acton
- Meets on second or third Thursday of the month (September – May) at 7:00 pm, 2nd floor Prayer Room (date and time may vary)
- Study is led by Cynthia Hinton
Please contact Carolyn Olive to be added to email.
Presbyterian Women Horizon’s Bible Study is used for both PW Circles. The 2023-2024 Study is Sacred Encounters: The Power and Presence of Jesus Christ in Luke-Acts.