Christian Education Opportunities

A Teaching Ministry for Learners and Seekers of all ages occurs Sunday mornings at 9:15 am

Shine: Living in God’s Light

A dynamic Sunday School curriculum for Pre-K through grade 6

Affirming Faith / My Confirmation

A two-year program of learning, discussion, and doing, prepares 7th-9th grade youth to make the decision to become an adult member of our congregation.

YA Cafe – A place where you can feel comfortable

If you are in 10th grade or higher, including college students, and looking for a way to continue your spiritual journey, why not check out YA CAFE?
The YA Cafe is…

  • A safe place to share your thoughts, ideas and questions
  • A place to grow your faith
  • A place to learn what the bible says about young adult concerns

and so much more.

Join our group each Sunday morning at 9:15 am in the YA Cafe on the second floor.  Coffee and snacks provided.

Sunday Morning Bible Study

A group-led, interactive study of faith topics and Bible questions for adults, often using a popular author as a starting point.  Sunday morning at 9:15 – New Fellowship Hall

Coffee and Conversations

Get together in the church kitchen at 9:15 on Sunday morning to talk about whatever is on your mind.


Additional Christian Education Opportunities

In addition to the Sunday morning events, other opportunities include:

Women’s Bible Study

We meet every other Monday at 10:30am.  We are currently discussing “Bad Girls of the Bible” by Liz Curtis Higgs.

Prayer Shawls

On the 1st Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am, a group will meet in the conference room to knit or crochet prayer shawls.  Yarn is available at the church and folks are welcome to take some along and create shawls at home.  The shawls were blessed this morning and are in the narthex.  Anyone can take a shawl for someone who they feel needs one.  They are for happy occasions as well as for illness and sad times.  Contact Diane Donnelly.


If you are interested in Sunday School, or if you have any questions,

please speak with Marji Hughes in person, by text or phone at 610-984-5053, or by email at mphughes22[at]gmail.com.