Adult Ed

New Philadelphia Moravian Church is committed to the Christian education, spiritual formation, and nurture of its adult members, too. A variety of classes are offered which enable persons to learn and grow in faith, to discern God’s will for their lives and to live in the world as Christian disciples. Adult Sunday School Classes provide a choice of studies and study methods as well as providing a network of fellowship and support.

In addition to the traditional Sunday morning classes, we are constantly developing and offering a variety of small-group educational opportunities that meet at various times during the week. Please check the bulletin and the newsletter for these opportunities.

 

Discipleship – Room 122 (off Old Fellowship Hall at base of stairs)  A group of single, married or parenting adults in their 30’s and 40’s, a discussion focused class.

Discovery – Room 121 (off Old Fellowship Hall, double doors) A presentation based Bible study class, using the study guides, in a large group setting.

David Jones – Room 119 A facilitated discussion Bible study class, using The Present Word, this class is a comfortably sized group of retired older adults who enjoy a weekly conversation led by a facilitator.

Bona Vita – Room 222 A presentation based Bible study class, using The Present Word, this is a small group of our oldest adults who enjoy a weekly conversation led by a team of teachers.

Reflections – Room 221 This class seeks to be a place to study selected Biblical texts, focused on small group discussion and use of a study guide.

Mary-Martha – Room 220 (off short cross hall in main corridor) A small women’s group discussion and book study class that chooses to study texts grounded in Biblical interpretation and aspects of faith practice.

Inklings – Room 218 (off short cross hall in main corridor)  A multi-generational adult offering focused on discussion of provocative Christian literature in a small group setting.

New Beginnings – Room 216 A small group of adults who gather for conversation and support of one another, primarily parents of youth and emptynesters.

New Friendship – Room 301 A mid-sized group of adults who gather for a presentation and discussion oriented class.

Advent – Room 300 A presentation based Bible study class, this class is a large group of adults still working or transitioning into retirement.  A rotation of teachers leads their lessons.

Stephen Ministry Training – Classes occasionally offered to prepare lay folks for care-giving relationships within the congregation.