This adult Sunday school class is an exploration of a hodgepodge of topics relevant to our lives as Christians, Presbyterians, and human beings. It meets at 9:45AM in the church parlor.
Sunday, January 13, Living in a Post-Christian World: DHPC’s Roundtable teacher Pete McGuire will guide participants in a fascinating conversation on how American culture has perhaps shifted from being a Christian one to being a post-Christian one. Don’t know what that sentence even means? Great-this class is perfect for you!
Sunday, February 3, Death and Dying; Peace and Possibilities, Part 1: Facing our own mortality or the mortality of those closest to us is not always easy. However, having thoughtful, intentional conversations with ourselves and our loved ones about death and dying will help ease the pain and discomfort of acutely stressful moments. Dr. Lisa Oliver, a death, dying, and bereavement educator and certified grief counselor, will help participants explore what it means to die well and help take a bit of the mystery out of the dying process.
Sunday, March 3, Death and Dying; Peace and Possibilities, Part 2: Dr. Lisa Oliver, will return to help class participants work through some of the logistics of the death and dying process. What forms should you have for yourself? Where should you keep them? Who can help you complete them? Dr. Oliver will walk through the logistics of caring for ourselves prior to death and, in doing so, caring for our loved ones.
Sunday, April 7, Jerusalem, Then and Now: Much like the Advent class in which participants learned about what Bethlehem was like during the days of Jesus birth and what it is like now, participants in this Lenten class will learn about the changes that have taken place in Jerusalem since the time of Christ’s death. Teacher details TBA.
Sunday, May 5, A New Refresher of the Old Testament: Our biblical skills can get a little rusty at times and it is always helpful to return to the basics. Participants is this class will get a tune-up on what’s contained in the Old Testament, who wrote and edited it, and why it is still important. Teacher details TBA.