• “Be the Bridge” New Adult Sunday School Class: “Be the Bridge” is a national network of small groups which meet for 10 weeks to learn what Jesus actually had to say about race, and to examine the racial issues that not only touch each of us personally, but are also affecting the world. On Sunday, September 17th at 9:45 A.M., a Be the Bridge group will begin meeting in the SPC Conference Room. The group will be co-led by Rev. Sandra Martin, a retired PC(USA) pastor who’s been attending SPC for quite a while now (she’s a soprano in the choir!) and Rev. Susan Bennett, SPC pastor. The hope is to create a place where folks feel free to be honest with each other, and also learn from each other. It goes without saying that people of ALL races are encouraged to participate! Curriculum is free. Questions? Contact Susan.
  • “In the News” Adult Sunday School Class: Laura Richardson teaches the class and leads discussion, as a news story from the current week is examined, investigated, compared with scripture, and made personally relevant in our real lives. There will be different news stories every week, different scriptures, different discussion. Childcare is provided. Meets in the Parlor and there’s coffee in Fellowship Hall.
  • Pastor’s Adult Sunday School Class: [TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED] The Pastor’s Bible Study SS class is now a lectionary-based Bible study, which means the class will be studying the same scriptures that are covered in Sunday Worship Service. We meet at 9:45 in the Education Building. Come join the discussion and have some fun!
  • Walter Lee Memorial Sunday School Class: The Walter Lee Class is taught by Tom Francis.

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SAVE THE DATE! Live Nativity will be Saturday, December 9th, 2017 from 6-7:30 P.M. Start thinking about how you help in this year’s event!

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