Adult Christian Formation Opportunities

IMG_0374The life of faith is an all-encompassing life. Our call is to love God with our whole beings.  This means we don’t love God with just our heart or just our strength. We love God with ALL of ourselves… including our minds. Westminster Presbyterian Church strives to offer our congregation the opportunity to study, learn and share in a collaborative, nurturing environment through an array of Christian Formation opportunities.  One-hour classes are available @ 9:50 a.m. on Sundays, Fall through Spring.  Special Sunday evening seminars and other classes are also offered periodically.  Read about upcoming opportunities below!


Adult Christian Formation opportunities are available to all!
All classes commence at 9:50 a.m. on Sundays.


Christian Formation Opportunities

Fellowship Hall Class

Due to an unexpected change in schedule, please join us as we continue our series—Practicing the Christian Faith: Who is My Neighbor?

Oct. 20: Casa MarienellaLed by WPC friend, Miriam Fiorentino, who is the Assistant Director and Case Management Lead at Casa Marianella, an emergency homeless shelter for immigrants and refugees located in East Austin. As a deep person of faith as well as a first-generation American, they are humbled to be working in solidarity with other immigrants and living out their missional calling to serve the most marginalized and supporting the furthering of the beloved community.

 


Reconnections

Come be fed and fed by one another! This multigenerational class encourages conversation and reflection on topics that explore the deeply important work of living faith together in all our communities.

Oct. 20:  Practicing the Christian Faith: Anne Forrest—facilitating

 


Bible Study – Room Nine at 9:50 a.m.
One of the ways that God speaks to us is through the scriptures. Each Sunday, the Bible Study Class reads the sermon texts for that day’s worship service as a venue for hearing God’s message to us. By sharing our reflections, we gain a deeper understanding of our Lord and what we are called to be and do as God’s people. All are welcome to join us. Oct. 20:  We will examine the text from the worship service.