Intentional Fellowship in a Small Faith4Life Group

Adult Education

As we begin our year of focusing on intentional fellowship, you might want to consider joining one of our Faith4Life classes. Joining a small group to discuss issues of faith is a great way to get to know others.

Beginning Sunday, February 18th at 7:30 pm, both in person and on Zoom, Chip and Tami will be leading a discussion of Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life by Richard Rohr. The blurb on the book cover describes the book: “With rare insight, Rohr takes us on a journey to gives us an understanding of how the heartbreaks, disappointments, and first loves of life are actually stepping stones to the spiritual joys that the second half of life has in store for us.”

Three groups will have a discussion of The Gospel of Mark: A Beginner’s Guide to the Good News, by Amy-Jill (A-J) Levine. A group meets on Thursday mornings from 10:30 until noon, and a second group meets on Sunday mornings from 9:15 to 10:15. A third group will begin on February 21st, meeting at 7:30pm. We are moving through the gospel of Mark, led by Amy-Jill on video. The Thursday and Sunday groups are led by Connie; Chip and Tami will be leading the Wednesday evening group.

The Women’s Circle meets the first Wednesday of every month in the library and on Zoom from 10:30 am until noon. Tami is leading our study of Luke-Acts, following the Presbyterian Women’s curriculum Sacred Encounters: The Power and Presence of Jesus Christ in Luke-Acts.

Our Tuesday morning group is finishing Do I Stay Christian? by Brian McLaren.

Our Wednesday evening group is finishing Reading John for Dear Life: A Spiritual Walk with the Fourth Gospel by Jaime Clark-Soles.

Both groups will be choosing their next books soon, so stay tuned!

For most of these groups, please keep in mind:

  • You don’t need to attend every session, although we hope you will find them so rewarding that you will want to!
  • You don’t need to be a member of our church, so please invite friends who might be interested
  • You don’t need to be Presbyterian to join us—we have Roman Catholic, Lutheran, and others in some of our groups.

Questions? Ask Connie ( or Tami.