Please note: The start time for the early service is 8:15 AM; it is our objective to start the Sunday Christian Education Classes promptly at 9:30 AM.
Peggy Stoll’s class How Jesus Became God will meet each Sunday in the Welcome Room.
Jim Rigby’s class will continue to meet in the Sunrise Room off the Sanctuary on Sunday mornings.
Know Thyself, Know Others: A Sunday School Series in January – 9:30 in the Library
What you learn about yourself and how you relate to others can help you, your relationships, and how you make your way in the world. Join us for these informational sessions:
January 8: Using the Enneagram for Personal and Spiritual Development With Beverlee Nix
The Enneagram is a tool for learning more about ourselves – why we do the things we do (and don’t do), how we can become more aware of the workings of our personalities, and how we can grow and seek transformation for greater balance and wholeness. Join us January 8th to learn more about discovering your best and truest self. For more information contact Beverlee Nix at email@example.com.
January 15: Strengthsfinder 2.0- Put Your Strengths to Work With Carla Harringer
Our first objective will be to learn or review the basics about the StrengthsFinder 2.0- finding, applying your strengths and complementing them with others’ strengths. Then we’ll process and discuss how strengths might be applied to successfully help others, effectively engage in social justice activity, and to find more satisfaction in your work, family, and community engagement. If you have already taken the Clifton Strengthsfinder and know your Top 5 Strengths, bring your results to this one hour class!
January 22: Spiritual Gifts To Offer Your Faith Community With Daniel Williams
The Apostle Paul writes, “To each person is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good.” (1 Corinthians 12:7) In this class, we’ll think together about what it means to understand our talents and passions as gifts and how we can live out our calling to use them for the common good.