No, we’re not a new group—we’re a transformed group! We’ve changed our name to more accurately reflect who we are and what we do. And here’s what we’re doing: Join us on... (More...)

On Sunday evenings beginning October 6 at 6 PM we’ll be reading and discussing Common Ground: Talking about Gun Violence in America, by Donald V. Gaffney, a pastor and a Sandy... (More...)

Sunday, September 15th: Sunday Worship — 8:30am & 10:45am Adult Education Class — 9:30am Confirmation Class — 9:30am Sunday School — 9:30am Middle School... (More...)

Join us on Sunday mornings starting September 15 as we ask that question and read Diana Butler Bass’s book Grateful: The Subversive Practice of Giving Thanks. Books are $12 and will... (More...)

Connie Knapp writes at Curious Faith about the Adult Ed study at FPCY of the book Short Stories by Jesus: We have been challenged by her suggestion that our reaction to parables should... (More...)

… and returning in the fall with an array of possibilities. Over the summer your planning team will be looking at ways our adult education offerings can support us as we live... (More...)

Did you know that Jesus wrote short stories? Okay, maybe not exactly short stories, but the parables are certainly like short stories. Come join us on Sunday morning as we explore... (More...)

Yes, we have three different adult ed studies going on at the same time. All of our groups are open to all, so please make sure to invite friends who might share your interest in these... (More...)

  Tuesday morning Adult Study is continuing our conversation about faith, race and privilege by reading the book Race in Post-Obama America: The Church Responds, a collection of... (More...)

Come study The Apostles Creed during the Adult Ed hour on Sundays at 9:30am. We’ll be using Adam Hamilton’s book and DVD, Creed: What Christians Believe and Why. You can watch... (More...)

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