Adult Faith Formation
Members and visitors alike are welcome to join any of our education classes. We offer small groups, book studies, short term Bible studies, and longer term studies. Right now, we are offering classes in-person.
There will not be Sunday School on February 11, March 17 and March 31.
Adult Sunday School
Abraham, Baptism, Covenant…Yahweh, Zion. The Christian faith from A to Z. Sunday school in the coming year will study the ABC’s of our faith, along with lessons on current issues from “The Wired Word.” Join with other interested learners between worship services (9:30 – 10:10am) in the parlor. Everyone is welcome and no advance preparation is needed.
Who is Jesus…to you?
A weekly study of the life and ministry of Jesus. Led by Rev. David Johnson
From his birth to his death, the story of Jesus has inspired artists, challenged scholars, and provided new life to those who were willing to follow him. We will listen to the stories in the words of poets and the vision of directors. We will ask our questions and be questioned by Jesus with the help of scholars. And we will explore together what it means to follow Jesus’ life-giving way. We will begin on January 22 with Jesus’ baptism and conclude after Easter by looking at accounts of his resurrection. Each stand-alone class will be offered on Mondays at 2pm and 6pm.
Email questions to Rev. Johnson at email@example.com.
Women of Faith, Women's Discussion Small Group
LPC’s Women of Faith have enjoyed learning more about our ancient sisters in scripture while gaining a deeper understanding of ourselves and our relationship with God in our study of Bad Girls of the Bible. Why not join us?
Each chapter of our current book, Bad Girls of the Bible
by Liz Curtis Higgs, can be read as a stand alone section,
making it easy to participate in any session!
The March 12th meeting discussion will focus on the story of Jezebel
from 1 Kings 18:4 through 21:27 and 2 Kings 9:22-37.
Women of Faith is a supportive community of LPC women, friends
and visitors. The group utilizes book study to discuss, debate and
creatively engage with God’s word in our lives and world. We meet
in friendship and fellowship on the second Tuesday of each month
at 11 am in the Parlor.
Here’s a peek at what’s ahead!
March 12th - pages 169-188
April 9th - pages 189-213
May 14th - pages 214-238
Men of Purpose, Men's Discussion Small Group
Men of Purpose is a Men’s discussions small group. We are reading and
discussing Leap Over A Wall – Earthy Spirituality for Everyday Christians
by Eugene H. Peterson. Do you want to learn more about King David?
Here is your opportunity. King David was one of the most important
figures in Israel’s history and certainly their greatest king. We have just
started to discuss this book. Peterson traces David’s rise from
young shepherd to a great king. Along the way he identifies
the ways God could work through his great faith as well as
his significant failures.
For questions, please contact Bill Walker – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meetings at 9 am in the Parlor:
Jan 6, Jan 13, Jan 20, Jan 27, Feb 3, Feb 10, Feb 17, Feb 24
Bound Together Book Club
The next book selection for the LPC The Bound Together Book Club is
We Must Not Think of Ourselves by Lauren Grodstein. The novel is
historical fiction. The novel is “inspired by a little-known piece of
history the underground group that kept an archive to ensure
that the lives of Jewish occupants of the WarsawGhetto in World War II
were not lost to history-this is a heart-wrenching novel of love
and defiance that People calls ‘gripping, emotional and against all
We Must Not Think of Ourselves is Jenna Bush Hager’s December
Read With Jenna choice.
The next meeting date is Saturday, March 9 at 2:00 in the parlor.
Our Current and Upcoming
Contact Elder Elaine Branda or
the church office for more information.