Adult education classes are taught by Grace members and by guests from colleges and semiinaries in the Chicago area. Topics allow class participants to explore and discuss issues in biblical scholarship, theology, spiritual growth, social justice, and culture and Christianity.
Adult education classes convene every Sunday at Grace at 9:50 a.m., between worship services. On most Sundays, two or more classes are offered as well as Sunday morning Bible study. CAFÉ, an informal adult discussion group that coordinates with the Sunday School schedule, meets at 10:00 a.m. Additional Bible study groups meet during the week.
Many adult education classes are part of a multi-week series. Coffee and lively conversation are a vital part of the experience!
Please check the Calendar for more information. Choose a Sunday and cllick on Adult Education for information on that day's topics. Class information can also be found on brightly colored signs posted at Grace's reception desk each Sunday morning.
New Member Class In the nine-week Making Disciples Class, participants discuss the Lutheran view of our Christian faith and also learn about Grace Lutheran Church. Topics include worship traditions, the congregation’s ministries, and opportunities for spiritual growth and service at Grace. Anyone interested in joining Grace is welcome. Those who are already Grace members are welcome too! For more information about the Making Disciples class for new members, contact .
Church Library The Grace Church Library, just inside the Division Street door, offers a wealth of resource material related to Adult Education classes.