Sunday School for Adults

Dates: Weekly, 02/17/2013 - 03/24/2013
Category: Christian Education, Major Events
Demographics: Adults, Seniors, Young Adults
Description:Every parishioner is encouraged to become a part of a Sunday School offering. St. Martin's adult classes emphasize Christian education and fellowship, and provide a community in which you can develop your Christian understanding, a sense of belonging, and lasting friendships. All classes meet Sundays, 10:15-11:00 AM, except when special events are scheduled.

  • Basic Bible Study (all ages)
  • Blended Family and Single Parent Ministry (all ages)
  • Community Blend (20s and 30s)
  • Foundations (30s and 40s)
  • Life: A User's Manual (all ages)
  • Seekers Class (adults with seniority)
  • Singles, Scriptures and Study (all ages)

  • Expanded descriptions and locations are listed below. For weekly topics, please click here.

    10:15-11:00 AM

    Lectionary-Based Classes:

    For the adult Sunday school classes following the Lectionary, Advent 2012 was the beginning of Year C. Most of the readings in Year C come from the Gospels of Luke and John. Jesus is teaching the disciples what to expect at the End of the Age. Please join us each Sunday as we study God's word. We know not when the end will come, but we can be prepared for eternal victory.

  • Community Blend

    Activity Center, Family Room

    We are single, couples, married and with or without children. Please join us for an in-depth study, a great network of friends and fellowship.

  • Foundations

    Room 210-212, Payne Education Center

    This group gathers each week for spiritual development, fellowship and a unified faith in Christ.

  • Seekers Class

    Activity Center, Aerobics Room

    This class deepens their understanding of our weekly lectionary.

  • 10:15-11:00 AM

  • Basic Bible Study

    Bagby Parish Hall

    The Rev. R-J Heijmen and The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman will study 2 Corinthians: God's Power in our Weakness.

  • Blended Family and Single Parent Ministry

    Activity Center, Fellowship Room

    This group offers strength, encouragement and support, through fellowship and prayer, to those who are divorced or widowed, to single adoptive parents, to grandparents caring for a grandchild, or to those who have a spouse in the military.

  • Life: A User's Manual

    Vestry Conference Room

    This is a focused discussion class based on a weekly assigned reading from books written by respected theological scholars. Our annual curriculum includes a variety of topics from the Old Testament, the New Testament and current culture.

  • Note: These classes will not meet on holidays or during Church campus closings. Please contact Deb Tisch at 713/985-3817 or for updates or more information.