Adult Education

9:30 am Education Hour

Open your mind and connect with what is deepest in your heart by joining us for study, prayer, conversation, & reflection.

Fellowship of the Bean
This relaxed discussion group meets Sunday mornings 9:30-10:30 am for good coffee and conversation in the ZW House. Each week, there is a new topic of conversation with the group an ever-changing mix of ages and beliefs. Drop-ins are welcome and you don’t have to sign-up or attend every week.

KC4a Adult Education
This group gathers in room 4a of the Kinhart Center on Sundays 9:30 am-10:30 am. Often led by member Debbie Mitchell, this class gathers for more detailed studies, digging deep into scripture and theology. Studies have included Karen Armstrong’s book, The Battle for God, an exploration of the 1908 Social Creed, and Francis Taylor Gench’s book, Back to the Well. Bring your curiosity and questions! You will not be told what to think but instead given the opportunity to process ideas with others. Childcare is available for the Sunday morning education hour.

Adult Education

Visit to Holocaust Museum in D.C.

Bass Lecture Series

The Courtenay Wright Bass and R. William Bass Lecture Series was begun in 2010 as the result of a generous gift in memory of Courtney Wright Bass, a church member committed to faith and scholarship. At the time of Bill’s death in 2013 the fund name was changed to reflect both persons to be honored. The Lecture Series allows us to invite distinguished speakers who are known and respected in their professional lives for the purpose of “encouraging faithful exploration of Christian faith with contemporary social issues.” Past guests include Brian Blount, Dorothy Bass, Marcus Borg and Diana Butler Bass, Rodger Nishioka, Ellen Davis, Rabbi Phil Pohl and Palestinian farmer and peace activist Daoud Nassar.

Pilgrimages

Iona Pilgrimage

 

First Presbyterian Church pilgrims have traveled to Iona, Scotland and the Holy Land.
Click here for more information about our pilgrimage to Israel/Palestine.

Pilgrimage to Holy Land