Adult & Senior Ministry

Adult & Senior Ministry
Adult & Senior Ministry2018-12-06T16:00:25+00:00

Adult & Senior Ministry

Men's Breakfast

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Men’s Breakfast

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Presbyterian Women

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Young Adult

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  • Sunday School Classes

    Sunday School ClassesE.M. Hardy Men’s Bible Class – Library – Room 210 This adult men’s group uses the Present Word Bible Study curriculum to facilitate the discussion centered on in-depth life experiences of class members. The love of God: Eternal, Saving, and Sustaining, are the subjects for this semester. Contact Howard Jones or Rich Engel for more information.
    Women of Faith – Parlor Women will study the book, Parables, by John McArthur. The facilitators encourage questions and open discussions in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Contact Judy Voyer or Susan Cotten.
    Journeys Class – Room 212 The Journeys class is a discussion class for adults of all ages and stages of life. This semester, The Faces of Jesus, by Frederick Buechner will be studied. Members are encouraged to read the chapter the week before the lesson, but the discussion doesn’t require that. Books provided. Contact Ellen Nesbit with your questions.
    Paul Walters Class – Room 214 An in-depth discussion group led in turn by class members with weekly readings in advance. Jesus before Christianity by Albert Nolan will be studied. Contact John Ellis for more information.
    Faith Forum – Room 215 Various class members facilitate in-depth, challenging class discussions within an accepting, open-minded group dynamic. They will study When Jesus came to Harvard by Harvey Cox. Contact Gael Daugherty.
    Finding friends in faith –Room 211 Discussion oriented class that examines faith questions and parables using a variety of curriculum to stimulate conversation. Figuring out the implications of the scriptures for their lives today is fun and challenging. Dawn Finguerra is the contact.
    Coffee & Cold Beverages – This is a weekly fellowship time held in the fellowship hall each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.
    Sunday Evenings:
    Theology on Tap – More information coming Fall 2017
  • Mid-Week Opportunities

    Mid-Week OpportunitiesMonday – Presbyterian Women gather on the 2nd Monday of the month (September – May) at 9:45 a.m. in Stanton Hall. Interested in participating in a small group? Join a Presbyterian Women’s Circle. Click here for more information.Tuesday – Men’s Bible Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in Stanton Hall
    Wednesday – Bible Study at 3:00 p.m. in Stanton Hall on the book of Amos
    Kirk Nights (Wednesday Evening Programing) will return in October 2017
  • Welcome

    Are you an adult looking to get involved in our church community?
    There are lots of opportunities for adults to get involved in our adult ministry on Sundays and during the week. We hope you will find a place that suits you! Please let us know if we can help you.
  • Sunday School Classes


    E.M. Hardy Men’s Bible Class – Library – Room 210 This adult men’s group uses the Present Word Bible Study curriculum to facilitate the discussion centered on in-depth life experiences of class members. The love of God: Eternal, Saving, and Sustaining, are the subjects for this semester. Contact Howard Jones or Rich Engel for more information.
    Women of Faith – Parlor Women will study the book, Parables, by John McArthur. The facilitators encourage questions and open discussions in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Contact Judy Voyer or Susan Cotten.
    Journeys Class – Room 212 The Journeys class is a discussion class for adults of all ages and stages of life. This semester, The Faces of Jesus, by Frederick Buechner will be studied. Members are encouraged to read the chapter the week before the lesson, but the discussion doesn’t require that. Books provided. Contact Ellen Nesbit with your questions.
    Paul Walters Class – Room 214 An in-depth discussion group led in turn by class members with weekly readings in advance. Jesus before Christianity by Albert Nolan will be studied. Contact John Ellis for more information.
    Faith Forum – Room 215 Various class members facilitate in-depth, challenging class discussions within an accepting, open-minded group dynamic. They will study When Jesus came to Harvard by Harvey Cox. Contact Gael Daugherty.
    Finding friends in faith –Room 211 Discussion oriented class that examines faith questions and parables using a variety of curriculum to stimulate conversation. Figuring out the implications of the scriptures for their lives today is fun and challenging. Dawn Finguerra is the contact.
    Coffee & Cold Beverages – This is a weekly fellowship time held in the fellowship hall each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.
    Sunday Evenings:
    Theology on Tap – More information coming Fall 2017

  • Mid-Week Opportunities


    Monday – Presbyterian Women gather on the 2nd Monday of the month (September – May) at 9:45 a.m. in Stanton Hall. Interested in participating in a small group? Join a Presbyterian Women’s Circle.
    Click here for more information.

    Tuesday – Men’s Bible Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in Stanton Hall
    Wednesday – Bible Study at 3:00 p.m. in Stanton Hall on the book of Amos
    Kirk Nights (Wednesday Evening Programing) will return in October 2018


  • Welcome


    Are you an adult looking to get involved in our church community?
    There are lots of opportunities for adults to get involved in our adult ministry Sundays and during the week. We hope you will find a place that suits you! Please let us know if we can help you.