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Adult Sunday School | W/S 2019

Every Sunday, from 01/06/2019 to 05/19/2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location: Central Presbyterian Church, 7700 Davis Drive, Saint Louis, MO US 63105

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Sunday School for Adults

We were not created to walk through life alone.  God made us in his image, and so we are designed to flourish best when we are part of the family of God.  Jesus came to renew and fulfill God's mission of salvation by forming a spiritual family, united to God and one another by jesus; own life and love. Christians do not only have a private, personal relationship with Christ. We are members of Christ's body and sisters and brothers to one another in Christ, and thus we can only grow in spiritual maturity and wisdom by worshipping, learning, and serving in the community of God's people.

We invite you to commit yourself fully to God and his people by participating in Central's ministries of spiritual formation. We have many groups designed to help you become like Jesus Christ as you learn the word of God and the ways of God together with the family of God. These classes and communities are places to connect and belong, to know and be known, to be accepted by the grace of Christ and to be transformed by the power and love of Christ in every aspect of your life. With something available for every member of your family, we hope that you will find your place and your purpose in the family of God at Central. 

Adult Sunday School Communities


Young Adults

Mike Farley, Cole Lescher, Carl & Amanda Lothman | 10-11:00 a.m. (Meeting Room 2C in Student Center)

This community for young adults from college through 20s & 30s is a great place to connect, grow, and learn.  Our meetings include time to share life’s joys and struggles and to pray for one another and an interactive teaching that fosters group discussion.  We will begin the winter/spring semester with a study of a biblical view of money and possessions led by Central member Shelley Milligan. Because God is our Creator, our wealth and possessions belong to God, and we are humble servants and stewards called to invest our lives in God's great mission by God's grace and live by faith in light of the true treasures of eternal life in Christ and the resurrected world to come. Our study will trace the practical impact of these truths by exploring how to resist the idolatry of money and to live by faith to invest God's wealth for God's mission, to spend and save wisely, and to give generously to the ministry of the church to share the gospel in word and deed.


My Sunday Family

Tyler Stephens, Thom Avery | 10-11:00 a.m. (Classrooms A & B)

My Sunday Family is a community seeking to connect and support each other to learn how to follow Christ together as the family of God.  Our meetings always include teaching and small group discussion as well as time to share life’s joys and struggles and to pray for one another.  We will begin the winter/spring semester with a study of a biblical view of money and possessions. Because God is our Creator, our wealth and possessions belong to God, and we are humble servants and stewards called to invest our lives in God's great mission by God's grace and live by faith in light of the true treasures of eternal life in Christ and the resurrected world to come. Our study will trace the practical impact of these truths by exploring how to resist the idolatry of money and to live by faith to invest God's wealth for God's mission, to spend and save wisely, and to give generously to the ministry of the church to share the gospel in word and deed.


Navigators

Dave Dunlap, John McGowan, and Jim Ellison | 10-11:00 a.m. (Sanctuary)

Navigators is a community of mixed ages and stages that seeks to deepen faith and develop relationships.  We will begin the winter/spring semester with a study of a biblical view of money and possessions. Because God is our Creator, our wealth and possessions belong to God, and we are humble servants and stewards called to invest our lives in God's great mission by God's grace and live by faith in light of the true treasures of eternal life in Christ and the resurrected world to come. Our study will trace the practical impact of these truths by exploring how to resist the idolatry of money and to live by faith to invest God's wealth for God's mission, to spend and save wisely, and to give generously to the ministry of the church to share the gospel in word and deed.


Gleaners

Neal Nielsen | 10-11:00 a.m. (Parlor)

Gleaners is a group of men and women of mixed ages, marital status, and biblical knowledge. Each semester we study a book of the Bible, and we seek to apply it to our lives and seek greater obedience and faithfulness to the glory of God. During the winter/spring semester, we will study the book of Hosea. The theme of Hosea is God's love for his people, Israel, in spite of their idolatry. Therefore, some writers have referred to Hosea as the St. John of the Old Testament. We will look at the implications of God's moral commands to Hosea and how that may apply to our present day. Join us as we study God's unending love for his people.

Classes last for approximately 1 hour. If you have questions, or would like help finding the right opportunity for you, please contact Pastor Mike Farley.

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