Sunday School

Adult Sunday School classes lead to a fuller, richer faith journey and more active involvement in the ministry of the church.


Weekday Adult Christian Education opportunities to continue Bible study for deeper insight and their spiritual development.

Young Adults

We are 20 or 30 somethings who desire to talk about life and how our faith practices relate & help us in our search. 

Adult Education

Sunday School Classes 9:15 am

Short-Term Sunday School Classes

Short term classes are offered occasionally on topics including:

  • Intro to the Bible
  • Earthcare
  • Leadership training

Watch the Kirk Krier or call the church office for information about signing up for one of these courses.

Weekday Adult Studies

7 Sisters

What: A book study / discussion group

When: 9:30 -11:00 am, 4th Thursdays

Where: C204/206

Rena Hatcher

Wednesday Night Classes

A variety of Wednesday evening classes are offered occasionally throughout the year, often with an optional meal. Some classes require making reservations.

When: 6:30 pm, Wednesdays.

Most classes are drop-in events, where participants are invited to come for one meeting or come for all, as personal schedules permit.

Examples of classes for adults include:

  • Advent and Lent Studies Exploring the New Testament, an 8-week overview of the New Testament;
  • Understanding Baptism, a 3-week
    class on this important sacrament.

Classes are announced in worship service as well as in all our communications.


Thursday Morning Women’s Bible Study

When: 9:30 am, 1st and 3rd Thursdays
September – May

Where: Fellowship Hall

There are often videos, a lot of interesting discussion, and preparation is encouraged.

Dot Rascoe

Small Groups – K Groups

When: K-groups meet at a mutually agreed upon time, often twice a month for about two hours, but in other cases once a month.

Small groups focus on fellowship, Bible study and spiritual growth in small groups. At the Kirk, you may hear these groups called K groups, the “K” being short for Koinonia, a Greek word referring to an intimate partnership with Jesus Christ and others.

  • A time of fellowship with refreshments, or perhaps a meal, as well as sharing events in each others’ lives is part of the meeting.
  • Study of the Bible, from materials supplied by the Kirk and intended for groups like these, seeks to relate Scripture to how we live our lives day to day.
  • A brief closing time of prayer provides an opportunity for friends to support each other spiritually.

Koinonia groups were developed to help Christians in large churches connect with fellow members spiritually and personally on a level the congregation’s size makes difficult. The groups’ meetings and the relationships they foster create more of a small church atmosphere, in which people come to know each other well.

The model for the groups comes from the New Testament which describes how the early Christians met in small groups for fellowship over a simple meal, study, and prayer.

  • An existing group may want to add new members.
  • People wanting to take part can be put together in a new group by the Kirk. If you have a group of friends in the Kirk who want to form a new group, the Kirk will tell you how.

To find out more about how to join a Koinonia Group or start a new group, contact:

Stephanie Workman