Please join us for our Agape fellowship on Wednesdays during the school year. Dinner is served at 5:45 p.m. and classes for all ages begin at 6:30. The goal is to have everyone on the road and safely returning home at 7:15 p.m. Agape is open to the community! There is a suggested donations of $3 individual/$10 family.
The schedule for the 2018 fall/winter semester is below (note that All Saints Day, November 1, is a Thursday) with the subjects of the adult classes:
October 3 – Man’s Desire for God in Poetry: Asher Spruill
October 10 – Man’s Desire for God in Poetry: Paul Moruza
October 17 – Transcendental Imperatives, led by Fr. Glenn
October 24 – Transcendental Imperatives, led by Fr. Glenn
Thursday, November 1 – All Saints Day Eucharist & Dinner
November 7 – Transcendental Imperatives, led by Fr. Glenn
November 14 – Transcendental Imperatives, led by Fr. Glenn
November 21 – Thanksgiving Break
November 28 – Evening Prayer
December 5 – Advent Hymn Sing & Wreath making
We always welcome new children, even if it’s just one week! The following classes have suggested age ranges, but we leave it up to parents to pick which class is right for their kids.
1. Age 2 through Pre-K – Sr. Lynda will lead for the youngest children, teaching an Old Testament and New Testament story each week using the flannel board. Kids color and listen to songs at the end of the class. Location: first classroom in the downstairs hallway.
2. Ages Kindergarten – 2nd grade – Karis White will lead a class on the Old Testament. Location: second classroom in the downstairs hallway.
3. Ages 3rd – 5th grade – Rotating teachers will lead a class on influential figures in the church. The goal of this class is to deepen kids’ understanding of their place in church history. “Christians find their true family line not through tribes and ethnic blood but in the bond of faithfulness and shed blood that has united our family for millennia.” Location: sacristy (off upstairs hallway)
4. Ages 6th grade and up – Kurt Johnson and Asher Spruill will lead this class, which will have a split format, sometimes sitting in on the adult discussion and sometimes having a breakout group of their own. Location: Fr. Glenn’s office/sanctuary
Read how we moved from Sunday School to a Wednesday evening meal together and classes here!