2017-2018 Sunday School
Christian Education @ FPC 2017-2018
The Reformation @ 500:
We typically think of the year 1517 as the start of the Protestant Reformation, when Martin Luther famously published his Ninety-five thesis. This definition does not do justice to the different reforming movements of the sixteenth century, or to the movements in the centuries leading up to this event, and we will consider some of these influences. We will honor this time with our Protestant sisters and brothers all over the world in celebrating the Reformation.
Children and Youth Sunday School [9:45 - 10:40 am]
Preschoolers - CE Room 210
First through Fourth Graders - CE Room 211
Fifth through Seventh Graders - CE Room 217
Youth Sunday School - CE Room 216
Adult Opportunities [9:45 - 10:30 am]
Study of the Reformation - Kerygma Room
Through the Bible - Chapel
Small Group Studies
Women of the Reformation – Stephanie Kremmel and Libby Engdahl Whiteley will teach this class on Wednesday evenings, 5:30 – 6:30 in the Kerygma Room from September 20 – October 25. It is no longer tenable to teach courses on the Reformation without the inclusion of women who were actively involved in writing, teaching and publishing. Women and the Reformation, by Kirsi Stjerna, will be the primary text, but not required reading.