Adult Christian Formation


As the world commemorates Earth Day on April 22, it is important to explore what the Bible says about caring for the environment. Christianity and Climate Change is a four-session Sunday school offering, whose goal is to have a conversation about climate change from a Christian perspective. We will watch and discuss short videos by Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, a Christian climate scientist, and the Tearfund foundation of Scotland.

Christianity and Climate Change

9:45 am, Sundays, April 24, May 1, 8, and 22; in person and on Zoom (hybrid)

Recorded Sessions: April 24, May 1, May 8 (No class May 15)

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Past Classes

Book Study, Savior: What the Bible Says about the Cross by Margrey R. DeVega
March 6 - April 10, 2022, Recorded Sessions: Session 1 (March 6), Session 2 (March 13), Session 3 (March 20) not recorded. (We apologize for the inconvenience.) Session 4 March 27), Session 5 (April 3), Session 6 (April 10)

February Forum: Who Is My Neighbor? 

Conversations on Mental Illness, Homelessness, and the Criminal Justice System

Wednesday Evenings in February, 7 pm, Zoom (February 2, 9, 16, 23)

Recorded Sessions: Session 1 (February 2) Session 2 (February 9), Session 3 (February 16), Session 4 (February 23) 


The February Forum series has ended, but all discussions have been archived on our YouTube channel and are linked above.

What can we do as neighbors to help? This series featured dialogue with leaders in our community who are familiar with the policy, legal, and medical decisions that affect people living with mental illness and without a home. What insights can we gain as a church and as individuals into our role to care for our neighbors? 

The Book of Acts


The January study of the book of Acts has ended. The four sessions are recorded here and are on our YouTube channel on the Christian Formation playlist.

 Acts Session 1, Acts Session 2, Acts Session 3, Acts Session 4

Neither Wolf Nor Dog by Kent Nerburn: Book Discussion

Wednesdays, November 17, December 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29, 7 pm on Zoom

Session Recordings: Session 1 (November 17), Session 2 (December 1), Session 3 (December 8), Session 4 (December 15), Session 5 (December 22)

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This book study has concluded; however, the links above to the recorded sessions remain valid. You can view the sessions any time on our YouTube channel in our "Christian Formation" playlist.

The discussion questions for “Neither Wolf nor Dog” are linked here.  

The Book of Job: Trauma, Trouble, Theology, and Friendship in a Time of Suffering

First Session Recording (October 6, 2021) on YouTube
Second Session Recording (October 13, 2021) on YouTube
Third Session Recording (October 20, 2021) on YouTube
Fourth Session Recording (October 27, 2021) on YouTube
Fifth Session Recording (November 3, 2021) on YouTube
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This rewarding exploration of the book of Job has finished. If you missed any or all of the sessions or want to revisit one of the discussions, they are all linked above.


Friendly, faithful people spreading the Gospel of Christ

Sunday Services: 8:30 am and 11:00 am; 

Mask-wearing is now optional for church activities and worship.

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