Adult Christian Formation Opportunities

The 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 typically available Fall through Spring and are available to all. Special Sunday evening seminars and other classes are also offered periodically.  Read about our class offerings below!


Christian Formation Opportunities

 

“Good News for the Great Awokening: Gospel Truths for the Frightened, the Angry, and the Ever-Aware.”
A Wednesday night series led by Bill Clark and Lana Russell via Zoom at 7 p.m.: April 21, 28, and May 5

 

Join us to discuss three 45-minute presentations delivered by the Reverend Dr. Scott Black Johnston at the 2021 Mid-Winter Lectures. We live in a Post Protestant moment where the culture suffers from truth decay, righteous anger is everywhere and a great void has emerged in public moral discourse, a void once filled by the Church. Placing our current moment alongside an historical analysis of the church’s First and Second Great Awakenings, these lectures set the context, enumerate the challenges and consider whether and how this new “Great Awokening” can move the church toward its unique and faithful role in this season of ethical revival. Register for the class by Sunday, April 18.

 

Video links to the three lecture presentations:

 

Context  Week 1
Challenge  Week 2
Church  Week 3

 


 

Adult Bible Study—Sunday mornings

 

One of the ways that God speaks to us is through the scriptures. 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. We currently meet each Sunday at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Look in the online newsletter and worship emails for Zoom information.