Adult

Adult Sunday School

Spring Quarter Classes


Pentateuch Class will continue, meeting on the 3rd floor

Jesus’ declaration that Moses wrote of him [“For if you believed Moses, you would believe me; for he wrote of me.” (John 5:46)] frames our study of seeing Jesus in the remaining four books of the Pentateuch – Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Join us as we discover the many ways Moses spoke about Jesus: in the person of Moses as deliverer, mediator, and prophet; in the manna; in the water from the rock; in the bronze serpent on the pole; in the priesthood, in the tabernacle, and in the sacrificial system. Come and see the story of Israel’s deliverance and journey with the perspective of seeing Jesus as the fulfillment of Scripture.

 

Hospitality Class will meet in Room 212

We are commanded to show hospitality without complaining but what does hospitality look like? Is it fine china only or can I serve pizza? With whom am I commanded to share hospitality? Friends and neighbors? Enemies? And what does “a good elder must demonstrate hospitality” mean? Come join Emily Rudy and Deb Felak in a discussion class about the biblical ideas of hospitality in our modern world. Books used include The Gospel Comes with a House Key, by Rosaria Butterfield and Closer than Sisters, by Christina Fox.

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Quarter Classes 
Pentateuch Class will continue, meeting on the 3rd floor
Jesus’ declaration that Moses wrote of him [“For if you believed Moses, you
would believe me; for he wrote of me.” (John 5:46)] frames our study of
seeing Jesus in the remaining four books of the Pentateuch – Exodus,
Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Join us as we discover the many ways Moses spoke
about Jesus: in the person of Moses as deliverer, mediator, and prophet; in
the manna; in the water from the rock; in the bronze serpent on the pole; in
the priesthood, in the tabernacle, and in the sacrificial system. Come and
see the story of Israel’s deliverance and journey with the perspective  of
seeing Jesus as the fulfillment of Scripture. 
Hospitality Class will meet in Room 212
We are commanded to show hospitality without complaining but what does 
hospitality look like? Is it fine china only or can I serve pizza? With whom
am I commanded to share hospitality? Friends and neighbors? Enemies? And
what does “a good elder must demonstrate hospitality” mean? Come join Emily
Rudy and Deb Felak in a discussion class about the biblical ideas of
hospitality in our modern world. Books used include The Gospel Comes with a
House Key, by Rosaria Butterfield and Closer than Sisters, by Christina Fox.