Every class offered at Eastminster Presbyterian Church is grounded in Scripture and designed to help you move closer to Jesus Christ. If you are interested in taking your next step of faith, this is the place to start!
Questions? Please contact Rev. Blake Hudson, Associate Pastor of Student and Adult Discipleship, or one of our Discipleship Elders.
Sunday Morning ADULT Classes, 10:15-11:00AM
Biblical Themes (Room 201) Led by Pastor Katie Hudson, this class traces key biblical themes from their first appearance through the entire narrative of the Bible! Using research, insight, and short videos from Tim Mackie and Jonathan Collins of the Bible Project, this class will explore how the recurring themes of the Bible presents a unified story that points to Jesus.
Paul and His Letters (Room 204) Led by Discipleship Elder Paula Barbin, this discussion based Bible Study class will focus on Paul and his teachings to the early church and believers. While studying his letters, we will learn what Paul wanted these new Christians to believe and what he is telling us today. We will follow the three-prong approach to Bible Study: 1) What does the Bible Say? 2) What does it mean? And 3) How does it apply to our lives and the life of Eastminster today?
“Lord, Teach Us to Pray…” (Room 202) Prayer Team Deacon Rick Sloss will lead us through a group discussion on the power and importance of prayer in the Christian life, specifically the prayers found in the New Testament letters of Paul. Rather than strict Bible Study, this class will reveal what we can learn from early church leaders about the power and necessity of prayer.
Bonhoeffer: The Voice of Human Conscience (Room 209) In his preaching, Bonhoeffer’s strong, personal faith – the foundation for everything he did – shines in the darkness of Hitler’s Third Reich and in the churches’ struggle against it. Though not overtly political, Bonhoeffer’s deep concern for the developments in his world is revealed in his sermons as he seeks to draw the listener into conversation with the promises and claims of the gospel – a conversation readers today are invited to join with Elder Carolyn Waters every Sunday morning.
Sunday Morning Kids CLASSES, 10:15-11:00AM
Pre-K & Kindergarten, Room 4
1st & 2nd Grade, CLC Room 207
3rd & 4th Grade, CLC Room 206
5th Grade, CLC Room 208
SUNDAY MORNING YOUTH CLASSES: 10:15-11:00AM
6th & 7th Grade Sunday School, CLC Room 205
8th Grade Sunday School, Conference Room
9th-12th Grade Sunday School, Youth Room
Wednesday Night Bible Study, 6:30-7:30PM
Conformed to His Image (Room 202) “What does a relationship with God look like and how do we obtain it? It is vital for church leaders to grapple seriously with this question, for pat answers no longer suffice. Lives well lived, not just words eloquently spoken, must become our response. The quality of our relationship with God is what will influence the health, potency, and witness of the church in an increasingly complex and hostile world.”
Come be part of an eight month study of Ken Boa’s seminary text book, Conformed to His Image, as we journey into spirituality centered in the person and work of Jesus Christ. The purpose of Conformed to His Image is to offer a more comprehensive, balanced, and applicable approach to what it means to know Christ being conformed to His image. Facilitated by Pastor Aaron and Pat MacPherson.
The Gospel of Mark (Room 209) The study of scripture from the Gospel of Mark continues. We will be examining the final steps of Jesus’ ministry to the final weeks, days, and hours of his journey. This gospel is amazingly contemporary and “this message is for everyone” (N.T. Wright). Jesus came to lead His people to a new life, offering forgiveness, new hope and power through the new covenant he proclaimed. Please join Elder Carolyn Waters as we closely examine the Gospel of Mark and draw from its verses important “life lessons.”