Opportunities for education and discipleship abound in this community for those of all ages. From our extensive Sunday morning classes to regular offerings during the week of Bible study and fellowship; from our annual Spencer and Flora Murray Lecture series that brings in well-known theologians, biblical scholars, and church innovators to a wide variety of offerings on a semester basis through our University of First Presbyterian, there is a place here for you to explore and deepen and stretch your faith.
Adult Sunday School
Our classes meet weekly throughout the church building from 9:30-10:30am. All are invited to join in the conversation! Listed here you can find the name of the class, a general description, and where they typically meet.
During the summer, we typically meet together as a group in the gym/lecture hall.
Typically made up of adults in their 20s-30s, this class is interested in exploring basics of Scripture, theology, and spirituality, while discussing together where these integrate with everyday life. This class meets in CE 116-118.
A combination of families and singles, married or divorced, with children or without, this group of 30 to 40-somethings engage discussion on a variety of subjects including current events, in-depth Scripture study, family issues of faith, and topics in theology. More on this class and their various activities can be found at their website, www.fpcsojourners.com. This class meets in the Christian Education Building, Room CE 120.
Interested in a variety of subjects, this class meets for engaging discussions on topical studies in Bible and theology, with speakers from within the congregation and those in the wider community. As a bonus, they have also made it a practice to break bread together, sharing breakfast weekly. More on this class and their various activities can be found at their website, www.fpcpathfinders.com. This class meets in the Main Building, Room 331.
This group of active older adults is interested in a wide variety of subjects and often invites guests from in and around the wider community to share their knowledge. The primary focus is on theological study and current events. This class meets in the Main Building, Room 245.
This is a class of senior adults that has met regularly for many years. They open each class singing hymns together, and then with the leadership within the class and guest leaders from the congregation they focus on Bible Study using the Present Word curriculum of the PCUSA. This class meets in the Main Building, Room 243
Brown Bag Bible Study courses offered throughout the year and led by Chris Currie on Wednesdays at 12:30pm. Contact church office for schedules.
Adult Education Resources
Adult Ministry resources are available for Sunday School class leaders. Please click here to go directly to the resource page.