Sunday Classes

FAITH & FAMILY – 10:00a.m., Room 029
As young Americans opt out of Christianity and the church, they list attitudes and behaviors of Christians as concerns. Let’s work together to build ourselves into people who are good examples of being Christ in our world, rather than as judgmental people others want to avoid.  Drop off your children in Sunday School, and join us as we follow Adam Hamilton’s, When Christians Get it Wrong discussion guide.  No need to buy the book or do any reading outside class.  Questions? Contact Sarahlynn Lester at 314-495-4730 or Sarahlynn@LesterBoal.net.  On January 6 and 13, Faith & Family will meet in the Fireplace Room (030).

 

CHRISTIAN CONCERNS LECTURE SERIES

9AM IN ROOM 029

January 6, 13, 20 and 27: Sheldon Enger will help us look at Exodus through modern eyes. The Exodus plays a significant role in the life and identity of the Hebrew people. It covers times of wandering, challenge, change and the birth of deep aspects of the Jewish faith.  Sheldon Enger is a longtime speaker on Judaism and facilitator with Washington University’s Lifelong Learning Program.

 

FIREPLACE ROOM SERIES

10AM IN ROOM 030 (FIREPLACE ROOM)

January 6 and 13: In a world filled with social media, instant communication and a 24/7 news cycle, it seems odd that we would find loneliness to be an issue that many young people deal with in their daily lives.  Join us for a discussion on this increasingly significant issue that is affecting many of our children, teens and young adults today.  Amy Stark with Care and Counseling will lead this important conversation in the Fire Place Room.