Adults

 Adults Education on Sunday Mornings

Sunday Mornings at 10:15am in Fellowship Hall

We welcome you to upcoming adult ed sessions in between services starting at 10:15 AM in Fellowship Hall. No advance preparation needed.

 

May 5 and 12 - Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Adult Ed is finishing out its program year with two sessions on May 5 and 12  of "Won't You Be My Neighbor"? Even if you have previously seen the movie, this time you will have an opportunity to  see, but also discuss, portions of this poignant and relevant remembrance of Fred Rogers (an ordained PCUSA pastor) and his impact on parenting, children, and the politics of public television. Join us downstairs in Fellowship Hall between the two services at 10:15 AM. No preparation is needed. Come join us!

 

 

 

 

 

Coffee Shop Hours

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Thursday Mornings at 10:00am

Feel free to stop by for coffee, tea, and conversation with Pastor Beth on Thursday mornings from 10:00 a.m.—Noon. Take a few minutes to get to know her better, ask questions about the life of the church, or discuss the transitions we are going through.

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Mornings

 

 

Yorkfield puts a serious emphasis on adult education and always provides Adult classes during the Sunday morning education hour (10:15-11:05) September – May. 

 

Education opportunities are also available through many of our Small Groups

Over four weeks, we will explore the life, writings, and influence of the Apostle Paul. From his dramatic conversion from a persecutor to a preacher, then tracing Paul's extensive travels and a book by book review of his teachings, we will explore and understand the role of Pauline theology on Christians through the ages. 

 

Rough Overview:

Week 1 - Paul the globetrotter (his story, travels, era in which he lived, etc)

Week 2 - Prolific Paul Part 1 (overview of his audiences and letters, debating authorship, and summary of a few epistles)

Week 3 - Prolific Paul Part 2 (the rest of the epistles)

Week 4 - Paul's Place in Faith (summary of theology themes from letters, comparisons with the teachings of Jesus)

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