Adult Sunday School
Our main offering for adults during the Sunday School/Education Hour (10:15am on regular Sundays, 9:00am during the Summer and on special occasions) is the Rector's Forum. All adults are welcome to join the Rev. Dr. Jady Koch in Graves Hall for this engaging weekly discussion. For more information on the Rector's Forum, click HERE.
Additional adult Sunday school options:
"Let me write the songs of a nation, I care not who writes its laws,” remarked the prominent Scottish politician Andrew Fletcher. Writing in the 1700s, Fletcher rightly articulated the power of songs as shapers of imaginations and evocations of emotions — something that was lacking in the world of jurisprudence. Similarly, Christians has overlooked the ability of the Psalms to address both the pathos and ethos of the human heart; due in part to an over-emphasis on the cerebral aspect of Christian faith. A staple of the church’s daily lectionary, the Psalms were written for both corporate and individual worship. In God’s providence, he has provided a means of grace that his people across the age may “come as they are” into His presence and be moved towards a God-centered life. More importantly, the Psalms point us to God's anointed king, the Messiah, in whom true praises can well-up in our hearts. Join us for a 7-week course on how to pray with the Psalms.
A book discussion course led by Vivian Ruth Sawyer and Tom Noland
Since its publication in England in 1678, John Bunyan’s “Pilgrim’s Progress” been praised by thousands of Christians as the book most central, after the Bible, to their walk of faith. But while it was once a staple of spiritual formation, it is now a classic that’s nearly forgotten. Join us Sunday mornings in the Williamson Room as we experience the trials and joys of its hero, Christian, as he navigates a perilous journey that has vibrant parallels to our own life journeys in the 21st century. Books will be available for purchase from Tom and Viv.