Christian Education

We believe that learning and asking questions about our faith is how we grow. At every age and at every stage of discipleship, we are dedicated to thinking about our faith in open conversation with one another--growing in relationship and community as we grow in faith. We believe that faith is a journey of seeking, wrestling, and walking together on the path of "being reformed and always reforming according to God's Word." Bring your questions, your curiosity, and an open mind! 


    We now have Sunday school classes for all ages, and each class is using the PC(U.S.A.) curriculum, “Follow Me.” The Parlor Class is taught by several of the class members who volunteer on a rotating schedule. Offered in person and on Zoom, a Reflection Guide is provided for each unit as a hardcopy and via email. The class begins at 9:30 a.m. in the Parlor. 


    The Upper Room Class is taught by the pastor, Dr. Glenda Hollingshead, with an emphasis on the video and audio options of the “Follow Me” curriculum. The class begins at 9:45 a.m. and meets on the 3rd floor, in the middle classroom.


    The Youth Class, for middle and high school, is taught by Kay Gowan. Videos and music are part of the lesson – usually accessed by the student’s on their phones. Off-site mission activities are sometimes incorporated into the day’s lesson. The class begins at 9:45 a.m. in the Library.


    Little Presbyterians is taught by Tiffany Wymer for Pre-K through 5th grade children. The lesson offers a variety of ways to explore Scripture and to see God's work in the world and in their lives, through games, art, music, and reading. The class starts at 9:45 a.m. on the 3rd floor in the classroom at the end of the hallway.