Sunday School is offered for adults as well as children and youth from 9:15 to 10:10 a.m. each year from the Sunday after Labor Day to the second Sunday in June.
In the Forum Class, we seek to “grow deeper in Christ to reach farther in love.” Sometimes we look at our faith roots through Bible studies or explorations of our Christian heritage. Sometimes we look out into our community or the world, hearing from community leaders of those we support through our mission giving, or discussing ethical and community issues where our faith meets the needs and concerns of the world. The Forum Class meets in the Community Room.
The Men’s Sunday Morning Class meets each week in the Pastors’ Conference room and works its way through a book in the Bible, applying the lessons learned to daily living.
Other classes and book discussions are offered from time to time in short segments. And there are always opportunities for coffee and fellowship during the Sunday School hour in Fellowship Hall.
Sisters of the Way:
9:15-10:45 a.m. every Thursday from September to June. Women of all ages dig into scriptures which will be preached. Teacher: Kerry. Childcare is available.
Praying the Scriptures:
7:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, October-June. Led by Kerry, this meditation circle (lectio divina) meets in the Mary Ann Yost Room and reflects on the Scriptures.
Next Week’s Sermon:
7:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, from late September through May. Led by Carter, this group explores the texts for next week’s sermon.
Theology Reading Group:
Meets monthly to discuss theological books and articles or church creeds and statements of belief. The group is led by Carter and meets at his house rather than the church. For dates and topics, check with Carter.
“Thus says the Lord: stand at the crossroads, and look and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way lies; walk in it, and find rest for your souls.” -Jeremiah 6:6
Given in memory of beloved Clerk of Session Ron Gower by his family, the beautiful prayer path is a gift not only to the church family but also to our neighborhood and the Pottstown community. Individuals and church groups of all ages, as well as groups of students from the Pottstown schools and guests at our Community Meals, have drawn close to God in this peaceful setting as they practice this ancient way of meditation.