The Adult Education Program at KUCC provides a safe, nurturing, and non-judgmental environment for adults to explore the life-long journey of their faith. Classes meet regularly on Sunday mornings and various evenings throughout the year. Sunday topics relate to the intersection of one’s faith with spiritual practice, the Bible, and contemporary issues. Evening classes focus on specific studies or books and meet intermittently. Discussions are always lively, respectful, and thought-provoking. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate.
Sunday Morning times: 10:45 – 11:45
Sunday Evening times: 6:30 P M
Sunday morning and evening programs will meet in the Adult Education classroom unless otherwise announced.
SUNDAY MORNING CLASSES
Revelation- March 5, 12,19,26
Revelation can be a confusing book of the Bible. There are angels and demons, lambs and dragons, and a whole array of numbers that seem to mean something important! Most of what we think we know about this book, however, comes from popular culture, not biblical scholarship.
Rev. Dr. Adam Ployd, Assistant Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Eden Seminary, will return to KUCC to lead this interesting 4-week series of classes for us. Join us after worship in the Adult Education room on the Sundays of March as we explore what this fascinating book might really be about: hope in the face of empire. Who knows? It might still be relevant!
ADULT FAITH FORMATION CLASS – Wednesday’s 10:00 – 11:15 am
To allow adults to experience faith formation as our youth do, an adult faith formation class is being offered on Wednesday mornings. Participants discuss faith, the Bible, God, Jesus Christ, the Church, prayer, communion, baptism, social justice, and more, in creative and interactive ways. The class meets from 10:00 – 11:15 am. If you are interested, contact Pastor Betsy at email@example.com.