This summer we have scaled things down a bit, recognizing that folks travel, families are vacation, and we are a little thinner in the summer. But not to worry, we ALSO recognize the important role these faith formation classes hold in the lives of our members. So while we are scaled back we are still meeting for Bible Study. Find a class that suites you and make a commitment to be a part of UBC this summer in a deeper way. Bible Study classes meet at 9:30 PM on Sunday Mornings!
Led by UBC Member, Phil Duncan, in the North Dining Hall
Prepare for worship by digging deeper into our Bible texts for the day. Following the liturgical calendar, this class journeys through a three-year cycle of scripture passages in this discussion-based class. For more information, contact our Spiritual Formation Coordinator, Kay Suttle.
Coordinated by UBC Member, Lisa Cauble, in the Library
The Library Discussions class is a member-led, adult group that gets together to discuss a variety of topics. In the past, they have read Anne Lamott, The Gospel According to the Simpsons and led discussions on the video series “Painting the Stars”. This summer, the class will be discussing current topics, and how as Christians, our faith intersects our daily living. For more information, contact our Spiritual Formation Coordinator, Kay Suttle.
This summer, our two children’s classes (2nd-5th grade and Pre-K-1st grade) will have a fun-fill, interactive, and learning-centered Bible Study experience. Using the Holy Moly curriculum, the children will delve into our ancient faith stories and learn to connect them to their lives in meaningful ways. Both classes meet in the Kid’s Place and the younger Children will be taught by Kari Taylor and the older children will be taught by Bill Cox.
This summer, Middle schoolers and high schoolers will exercise their leadership skills as they help our lead our children in games, songs, and activities. Renee Field, our youth Sunday School teacher, has been working with our youth to help equip them for leadership and will continue to help them process, learn from their experience, and grow as young leaders! When we get back to school this fall, we will continue to study re:form Ancestors: a fun, interactive, age-appropriate study. For a taste of re:form, click here.