CHRISTIAN EDUCATION FOR ALL AGES is 10am-10:45am on Sundays
Education is offered conveniently between our two services (both of which feature music and Holy Communion). Some families come at 9am for worship and stay for education at 10am. Some come at 10am for education and stay for worship at 11am.
Education for Adults: Rector's Bible Study
The Rector's Bible Study is in person at 10am on Sundays in the parish hall (at the end of the main hallway). It's a large class that also incorporates small break-out table discussion. Please email for information.
Education for Youth (Grades 6-12)
Youth Bible Study for middle school and high school youth is at 10am on Sundays in our youth room in the lower level education wing. In addition to Sunday morning Bible Study, our Youth Fellowship meets monthly for service, fellowship, and fun. Please email to learn more
Education for Children (PreK & Elementary School)
Godly Play for children Pre-K through 2nd Grade is available at 10am. This Montessori-style program involves learning the story of scripture through tactile experiences. The class is led by a team of experienced, trained teachers. The class is located just off the lower-level main hallway. Please email to learn more.
What's Up for children 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade is available at 10am. This class incorporates some aspects of Godly Play (see above) while also introducing our older elementary-age children to navigating and reading a real Bible. The class is led by a team of experienced, trained teachers. The class is located in the lower-level education wing. Please email to learn more.
Other Learning Opportunities
We are a people who love to grow and learn. We've had a rich list of guest scholars and preachers including Amy Peeler from Wheaton College, Ephraim Radner from Wycliffe College, David Watson of United Theological Seminary, Garwood Anderson from Nashotah House Theological Seminary, Wes Hill from Western Theological Seminary, Don Collett from Trinity School for Ministry, and Russell Haitch from Bethany Theological Seminary. We've hosted traveling arts exhibits from Christians in the Visual Arts and we had a special viewing of the University of Dayton's copy of the St. John's Bible. We also occasionally have book groups. Past groups have read N.T. Wright's Simply Christian, James K. A Smith's On the Road with St. Augustine: A Real World Spirituality for Restless Hearts, and Tish Harrison Warren's Liturgy of the Ordinary Email for more information.