At Covenant, we take a break from Adult Education classes in the summer. However, we like to keep the church engaged with other Christian Education opportunities. Charlie mentioned some already, but here are a couple more!
Summer Sunday Scripture Study (SSSS)
Summer is here, and that gives us an opportunity to focus together on the Bible text for the Sunday’s sermon. We will begin meeting on Sunday, June 5 and continue through August at 8:45–9:25am in Bradfield Hall. Each Sunday will be an informal group who read and discuss the scripture passage of the day. A different person will facilitate each week, opening with prayer, reading the scripture passage, and asking a couple prepared questions to initiate the discussion.
Scripture comes alive when we gather together to read, share, and ponder the message God wants us to hear. Come join us!
Racists Anonymous Fellowship (RAF) Book Study
Racists Anonymous Fellowship will begin a new book study that begins June 2 at 7:00pm via zoom, and runs for six weeks. The study will be on Dr. Martin Luther King’s last book, “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?” In this prophetic work, which was unavailable for more than 10 years, Dr. King lays out his thoughts, plans, and dreams for America’s future, including the need for better jobs, higher wages, decent housing, and quality education. Contact the office if you are interested in joining!
Book Club - “If God is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk”
In his sermon on Sunday, May 15th, Charlie mentioned that he would be having a book club on the book “If God is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk” by John Pavlovitz. We can all be jerks sometimes, even us Christians, especially with those closest to us. Pavlovitz challenges us in this book to find a “faith that makes us better humans”. This will take place on Sunday, June 26 at 10:45am (following worship). If you are interested, contact Charlie. Copies of the book are available in our library or grab it on Amazon.
Adult Education Class Resources
Missed a class you wanted to take part in? Want to review the resources used in a class that you attended? CLICK HERE to find a library of resources from past adult education classes.