Do you want to grow in your understanding of the foundational and significant elements of your faith? Do you want to challenge yourself and your faith with new questions and new thinking? Come with us as we explore biblical study, spiritual formation, current events, and health and wholeness in our Adult Education classes.
For more information, contact Amey Upton, Director of Adult Education.
Congregational Book Read 2019
“An Invisible Thread” by Laura Schroff
Join the congregation to read or listen to this true story exploring relationships and finding the common thread of humanity and kindness that we all share. Learn how one small, random act of kindness led to friendship and revolutionized their lives.
Sunday Morning Adult Formation 2018-2019
This year’s theme for Sunday mornings will challenge us to embrace the transformations within ourselves, within the church, and within the world at large. What can we learn from those in the past who have gone through similar transformations in their lives? Through embracing our transformations, we can serve God more fully and learn more about our faith and ourselves.
Recordings of our Embracing Transformation series will be available on the WPC adult ed podcast! Click below to listen.
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Reading and Learning the Bible
Old Testament Class | September 2018-April 2019
Every year, Pastor Larry Hayward leads an in-depth course focused on reading the Bible, alternating between the Old and New Testaments. In the class, you will read the entire Testament, learning the basic content of the book and exploring the text in detail. Together with the class, you’ll reflect on how those texts and the Bible as a whole impact our faith and life. Learn what it means to say the Bible has “authority,” is “inspired,” is the “word of God,” and is the “unique and authoritative witness to Christ.”
Thursday Morning Study Group
February 7-April 11, 2019
Thursdays, 9:30–11:30 AM in Haverkamp Room | The group will be discussing the wide variety of early Christian writings that were not canonized into the New Testament. These works often look like, draw from, and expand upon New Testament writing and reveal the amazing diversity of ancient and medieval Christianity and the vitality of Christian storytelling over the centuries. We will be using a Great Courses DVD Series “The Apocryphal Jesus” by Dr. David Bakke, an Indiana University Professor and author. The Study Group is open to anyone who is interested and able to attend. There is no cost for the class.
Join the Adult Formation Team!
It takes a vital community to plan our Adult Formation classes and programs. The Adult Formation team explores many options and together we choose topics, formats, and programs that challenge us to question and explore our faith and to grow in the love of Christ. Many hands are required to continue our high quality adult education. I invite you to join us in planning and brainstorming! Call or email Amey Upton to see how you might be able to help.
Reformed Institute Programs
The Reformed Institute was created in 2003 to address a growing need among Presbyterian churches in the Washington DC area to celebrate, support and enhance understanding of the Reformed (Presbyterian) heritage. AS a member church, Westminster and our members often participate in Reformed Institute programs and events. For more information, please visit reformedinstitute.org or contact Mary Hill, Program Coordinator for the Reformed Institute, at [email protected].