Faith Formation Groups (or Sunday School classes) for adults have long been a vibrant and important part of church life. They are an opportunity to learn from and be challenged by each other, and to learn to know and care for each in better ways.
Adult Faith Formation Groups (a.k.a. Sunday School classes)
Colloquy (fireplace room) For adults of any age. Book studies, video series, Bible studies. Frequent social events.
Logos (room 3) For adults of any age. Begins with sharing and prayer time, then responding to the sermon and worship service. What is God saying to each of us? Occasional social events.
Room 16 (room 16) Open to all adults. Responds to and discusses the worship service and sermon, as well as share and pray with each other.
SALT (room 11) Mostly retirement-age persons, who “Study And Learn Together.” They primarily study the “Uniform Series,” a structured schedule of Bible studies used across the Christian church.
Shalom (room 7) For adults of any age. Topical studies, video series, book studies, Bible studies. Occasional social events.
Yalla (room 12) Open to all adults, but geared toward younger adults above college age, single or married. Topical discussions. Weekly potlucks during the week.