Adult Formation

Being formed into the image and likeness of Christ, is not something that stops with graduation from high school. It is a life-long journey. During our program year from September through May, we offer a range of opportunities for adults at 10am on Sunday mornings and during the week. 

    Sundays at 10

    Sunday Formation at 10 a.m. continues on November 7 with the following classes. 

    • Sharing the Gospel: A study of Acts

      with by Rev. Serena, Nov. 7 - Dec. 12, in the Nave

      Come study excerpts from the Acts of the Apostles and other Biblical texts to learn lessons of listening, sharing, inviting, and creating new places of belonging for all in the name of Jesus. 

    • Processsing the pandemic

      with Bob Palmer and Heather Wills, Nov. 7 - Dec. 12, in the Nave

      The pandemic, and the political, racial and environmental stressors that coincided with it, have been an event of collective trauma, and interacting with trauma and grief in light of the gospel is central to how we process them. “Processing the Pandemic” is a seven week opportunity for you to begin grappling with how trauma impacts our lives and learning how to grieve that trauma in healthy ways.  Join Bob Palmer, an Army Chaplain with the State Guard, and Heather Wills, a Hospice Nurse and trauma survivor, who will guide the time using their collective experiences and resources. Together we will invite Jesus to our emotions and experiences in a safe, confidential and empathetic environment.

    Theology on Tap

    Theology on Tap is back the Monday after Thanksgiving with Nathan Lee, founder of  Send Musicians to Prison, a nonprofit that shares hope through music in maximum security prisons, other correctional facilities, and rehabilitation centers through various music programs. Prior to this, Nathan spent twenty years as a touring singer/songwriter. Nathan will share both stories and songs of lament and hope. Join us for drinks at 7 p.m. and the program at 7:30 p.m. Location will be announced closer to the date.

    Learn more about Send Musicians to Prison >>>here

    Theology on Tap creates space for connection, conversation, and theology in a casual atmosphere. Together we think about the intersection of culture, faith, and our daily lives. Join us this fall on Oct 4 & Nov. 29. Prior topics have included Augustine, politics, the Joker, beauty, singleness, Ignatian Examen and the movie The Mission. 

    To learn more, email Matt Chambers-Rhea at 

    Life Groups

    Life groups are committed, intentional micro-communities exploring God in our lives. We believe that life groups allow us to be more deeply connected to God and each other.

    We seek to create inter-generational groups, with a good mix of ages and experiences with church and matters of faith.  Groups meet for 1.5 hours each week for 8 weeks, with an option to continue, and you need to be able to make at least 6 of the 8 sessions. New groups will start in the Fall 2021 program year.

    Contact Rev. Serena for more information.