SUNDAY MORNING CLASSES
Connecting with God and Neighbor through Education.
We are excited to offer the following Sunday morning opportunity to learn in community this summer.
VILLAGE U SUNDAY MORNING CHURCH SCHOOL CLASSES
Plug in for a single topic or become a member of a continuing class at Village Presbyterian Church. All are welcome to join these classes on any Sunday. No registration is needed. Please come, learn, grow in faith in Jesus Christ and enjoy the fellowship. For more information about any of these classes, contact Dr. Rodger Nishioka.
Foundations of Faith (Cloud of Witnesses) class offers challenging discussions on a wide range of topics based on presentations by visiting teachers or video-discussion format. Participants tend to be ages 50+, who enjoy participating in discussion and exploring new ideas while welcoming a diversity of perspectives. Facilitated by Darryl Bertsch. Room 127.
Faith Journey class believes it is important to each one’s faith journey to grow through listening to the insights of others. We believe that God gives each of us understanding for the journey as disciples of Jesus Christ. Therefore, we strive to be and become a community that can grow and support each other by being open to the Spirit of God in each of us. Our format is to use book studies, guest speakers, and videos to explore new perspectives and our own beliefs. Facilitated by Kathy Ray. Room 230.
Growing Together class is for adults in their 40s and 50s who are interested in growing together in context of their families. Most participants either have kids at home or are empty nesters. The average attendance is 20-25 participants; some are regulars and others come as their schedule allows. Growing Together welcomes anyone who is looking for opportunities to grow using Christ's principles as we apply Jesus to our lives today. The format is lively discussion based on a video clip. Facilitated by Lawrence Andre. Room 132.
Village Forum class is an energetic group of adults ranging in age from their thirties to their eighties. Sunday morning class topics include biblical studies, theology, social issues and church history. Discussion is encouraged and classes are led by visiting teachers and well as class members. The class also has an active life beyond Sunday mornings for members who want to participate in small group dinners, book clubs, a Christmas progressive dinner, and an annual kick-off picnic at Shawnee Mission Park on Labor Day morning. Facilitated by Gus Breytspraak. Room 126.
Inquirers Adult Study Class is celebrating four decades of study and application of the Christian Faith. Participants in the class are mostly older adults but all ages are welcome. Inquiring persons of all ages are invited to join in an engaging and adventurous study of the meaning and application of the word of God as revealed through the life, teaching and mission of Jesus of Nazareth. Each session is organized as a “stand alone” inquiry to accommodate the variable schedules of class participants. Facilitated by Don and Barbara Wilson. Room 124
Adult Ministry Coordinator