Adult SS Opp - NOT ACTIVE

We offer many study and fellowship opportunities for Adult. Whether you are a member, visitor, or friend, we hope you'll join us and take part in the programs, events, worship services, studies, or mission projects offered at FPC. If you have questions about our Adult Sunday School program, please contact Marian Shelton, Director of Christian Education, or call the church office, 843.448.449t6. Sunday School Brochure  .

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ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES all meet @ 10:00 AM, Kings Campus

CLASS LOCATION FACILITATOR PROFILE
 
Cornerstone
 
Room 204
 
Marsha Lawson
 
"You are here to make a difference." Review works of various Christian authors
through group discussion and /or videos; diverse group of singles and couples.
 
CURRENT STUDY: "How to Be a Presbyterian In the Bible Belt"

 

Explorers
Room 209
Temporarily Meeting
in Room 102
Ronald Hendrix
Explores ten questions that are transforming faith.
 
 

 

Forum
 
Parlor, 2nd flr
 
Keith Compton
 
Discussion of Scripture "then" and in our lives today. Serious, yet social;
members enjoy open discussion.
 

 

Growing in Faith
 
Conference Rm
 
Howard Barnard,
Ron Cox, Hal Capps,
Scott McNew, Bob Carter
Lively discussion group for busy adults interested in nurturing their
understanding of Christ's involvement in our everyday lives.
 
 
 
Horizons Room 207 Marion Hoch
Diverse, mature class that studies God's creative word.
 
 
 
 
LTQ
Minister's Study, 2nd flr
Pastor Carol Pagelsen
An open-minded interactive exploration of progressive Christianity
CURRENT STUDY: "Living The Question"

 

"PTO"
Room 102
Temporarily Meeting
in Fellowship Hall

 

 
 
Parents time-out for fellowship.
Gather for conversation & coffee, not curriculum!

 

Wired-In Room 208
Jamie Kuykendall
Dr. John Byer
 Applying Biblical truths to today's culture right out of the headlines!
CURRENT STUDY: "NOOMA, Video Series"

 

Theophilus
Library, Room 105
Dr. Howard Hansen
In depth Bible discussions. Relaxed, fun-loving class fit for adults of all ages.
CURRENT STUDY: The Holy Bible