Sunday mornings at 9:45 a.m.
Thoughtful people often have questions about God, the Bible, our Christian tradition and the world we live in. Adult Education classes provide a place to explore a variety of issues in lectures and lively discussions.
Expert speakers, many topics
Classes focus on theology, scripture, social justice issues, spirituality, family life and vocation. They’re led by Grace members and staff, as well as with guests from the community and the faculties of local colleges, universities and seminaries.
Classes meet September though May, with the occasional summer class. Many classes are part of multi-week series — come for all the sessions or just one. Coffee and conversation are a vital part of the experience.
Childcare is available in the church nursery during the Sunday Education Hour from 9:45–10:45am, as well as during worship services.
The Adult Education schedule for fall of 2021 will be published here in late August.
“Adult Ed drew me to Grace. I think Lutherans have always had an intellectual tradition in their faith. Grace fosters that. Absolutely you don’t have to be a genius to be a Christian, but using your mind to think about the world is an act of worship.”Laura, Grace member