Sunday School

 
Adult Sunday School

At APC, we encourage individuals of all ages to intentionally nurture their faith through careful reflection on Scripture and open dialogue with one another. Growth in our relationship with God is often difficult to achieve on our own. As a result, APC offers a variety of different Sunday School classes, Bible studies, topical lectures, seminars, and discussion groups that are designed to support, encourage, and guide individuals no matter where they are on their faith journey.

APC's 2016-17 adult Sunday school classes

Courageous Conversations for Contemporary Christians

8:30 a.m., Room 110 (Garden Room)
Class coordinators: Charles Moriarty and Judi McPherson
A supportive environment in which individuals have the opportunity to engage difficult questions about life and faith. This class encourages honest and open discussions organized around a series of topics from "The Thoughtful Christian." Individuals new to APC or to Christian adult education are welcome to participate.

Faith and Families

9:30 a.m., Room 110 (Garden Room)
Class coordinator: Jodie Barger
An informal and welcoming class made up of adults with young children, older children, and no children! We discuss how to live out our faith amid the busyness of daily life. This year we'll watch a variety of video-based bible studies that look at the Gospel of John and common sayings quoted by Christians that aren't actually in the bible. Some weeks we'll read contemporary news articles that align with the weekly lectionary. No outside preparation is required and drop-ins are encouraged.

Crossroads

9:30 a.m., Room 210 (Scout Room)
Class coordinator: Dale Carter
A relaxed atmosphere in which individuals can enter into thoughtful conversations on a variety of topics in history, theology, and faith. The class is focused on Seniors, but all ages are welcomed to attend. This year's class will discuss the book and video series, "Gifts of the Darkwood" which looks at how our faith is strengthened during challenging times in life. Richard Foster's book "Seeking the Kingdom" will also be discussed. The class is designed so folks can drop in and participate.