ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
“The Heartbeat of the Church is Adults: In adult education, we have the important privilege of helping people understand their faith and their fears and work through tough issues with a mature biblical perspective.
We can touch the throbbing pulse of human pain, anxiety, hope and joy.”
(Roberta Hestenes, Professor and PCUSA Pastor at the Koinonia Institute in San Francisco)
Book Group meets:
econd Friday of every month at 9:15am over Zoom
All are welcome!
Come when you can...
Whether you have read the book or not,
You need not be a church member
Our group has been meeting since 1994 and we enjoy great discussions!
Book list is registered at Orca Books, for a 10% discount on a new book.
For Questions: Contact Suzanne Fell, email@example.com or 360-459-2404.
You may also check the church newsletter, The Triangle for updated information.
This Bible Study group enjoys studying God's Word and praying together. You are warmly invited to join us at any time.
Our discussions are stimulating as we search the scriptures together, sharing our insights with each other
as we all endeavor to grow in God's grace. For more information, please contact Nancy..
We meet Wednesdays at 10:00am until noon in the Chapel of The Westminster Presbyterian church.
Contact: Nancy Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Horizons Bible Studies, published by Presbyterian Women (PCUSA), are used in many of our church circles at their monthly meetings.
The study this year is “Into the Light- Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament."
For more information about Circles and/or this study, please contact Carol Stoker at email@example.com.
Small Groups meet in homes for separate bible or book studies, prayer, and sharing life.
For more information about Small Groups contact:
Pastor Therin Fenner
Pastor: Therin Fenner
New member classes are held periodically for those who would like to learn more about the church.
The class explores our faith journeys, what it means to join a church, the mission of our congregation and what it means to be a Presbyterian. For information about the next new member class, please call the church office.