Sunday School for Adults

You are welcome to join us on Sunday mornings beginning at 9:00 for our adult Sunday School program.  Topics vary from study to study, but usually focus on the Bible, the history of Christianity, or theology.

Current Study

Religion in the Roaring Twenties

This study looks at the way in which religious communities in the United States in the 1920s responded to the challenges of the decade: political isolationism, anti-immigrationism, racial violence, and widening economic disparity.  The way in which religious communities—especially Protestant churches—engaged these issues in the 1920s reveal a deep-seated anxiety about the identity of the nation and the place of religion in it.  What might religious communities today learn from this experience?

Material from Past Studies

Martin Luther (Fall, 2017)

     Carter Lindberg, The European Reformations, pp. 24-55, found in two parts here and here

     Martin Luther, 95 Theses, or Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences (1517)

     Martin Luther, Two Kinds of Righteousness (1520)

     Martin Luther, Freedom of a Christian (1520)

     "Twelve Articles of the German Peasants" (1525)

     Martin Luther, excerpts from On the Jews and their Lies, Chapter 11 (1543)

Paul the Apostle (Spring and Summer, 2017)

     "Paul the Apostle" -- a Powerpoint presentation of the introductory lesson

     Paul's Missionary Journeys -- map

     Composition of the New Testament Writings -- an historical chart