The Adult Education program is an important part of Ewing Presbyterian Church. Each spring and fall, we offer presentations in theology and Scripture, spirituality, social issues, and other disciplines. Its primary focus is to inspire and educate members on the greater denomination, local mission, church issues, and faith development. Each week many dedicated members of our congregation and invited presenters help our church family learn and grow in their faith journey. Past programs have included updates on Palestine, Haiti, and Jamaica; comparative religion conversations by leaders of the Jewish and Islamic communities; and Presbyterian topics such as a review of the General Assembly, Passionate Presbyterians, and the Belhar Confession. Pastor Paul has been an active leader in expanding our faith development through Bible study and books such as We Make the Road by Walking, the 2015-2016 selection of scripture and meditations.
Adult Education meets on Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. in the Adult Lounge.
September 16th – Congregational Conversation
September 23rd – Report from Kenya
September 30th – Rev. Dr. Cynthia Holder-Rich and her mission in Tanzania.
October 7th – Peacemaking Offering. Pastor will lead share his insights into the parables.
October 14th – Election Politics and the Church. Join Pastor Paul in an exploration of how our faith impacts our voting choices , and how we might talk about the choices before us.
October 20th & 21st – Social Justice Weekend
October 28th – When We Die: Continuing Our Conversation on Death. Lisa Sullivan and Dennis Lysaght (from our cemetery management company) will lead a conversation on how we plan for our “resting place.”
November 4th – Hope Anderson and other members of the Living Water project team will report on Pennington Church’s experiences in the Yucatan this past summer.