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Sunday School

Join us for Sunday School

2017 Sunday School Offerings
 

Children and Youth
We hope you'll join us for this time of learning about and experiencing God, growing in faith, and building community!
Upstairs Sunday School rooms will be moved around a bit until basement renovation is completed, so follow the signs (and the smell of fresh donuts) this Sunday to find your age group.
3k and 4k - Downstairs classroom across from toddler nursery
5k and 1st - Upstairs room 226
2nd-5th (Temporarily combined rooms) Upstairs room 215
Middle School - Upstairs room
at the end of the hallway
High School - Upstairs room 222

Adults
Every Sunday at 9:30 am 
The Wired Word, Parlor
Participants are invited to engage in lively and thought-provoking conversations about this week’s headlines from a Christian perspective, using relevant passages of Scripture. Join parishioner and high school science teacher George Matsui as we learn how to apply our faith to current events!

Gospel Shaped Worship, Dining Room
What does it mean to worship God? What should we be doing when we meet together for church on Sundays, and how does that connect with what we do the rest of the week? Join your clergy as we learn how to worship God every day of the week, with all our heart, mind, soul and strength!

Early Morning after the 8 am Service, Second Sunday of the Month
Thinking through Paul: A Survey of His Life, Letters, and Theology, Dining Room
This class will first look at Paul’s life before and after his encounter with the risen Christ en route to Damascus, then examine each of Paul’s letters individually, and finally synthesize the Pauline writings to highlight the main strands of Paul’s theologizing―all the while keeping in mind the particular context of first-century Christianity. Filled with images, maps, charts, and questions for further study and discussion,Thinking through Paul is both engaging and easy-to-follow, making it the perfect choice for study. 

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