Adult Education Print

Immanuel Presbyterian Church carries out its commitment to adult education in a variety of ways. One unique feature of Immanuel's approach to adult ministry is that most of our Sunday morning classes and small groups are inter-generational. In other words, adults are not divided into age or stage-of-life groups, but benefit from the perspectives of fellow believers from every phase of adult life. In general, Immanuel's adult education offers fall under the following categories:

Adult Electives
Every Sunday morning during the school year, we offer a selection of classes for adults. Taught by members of the church, these classes include a Bible study or survey, a treatment of a family-oriented or personal spiritual growth topic, and a theological issue or contemporary issue examined from a biblical perspective.

Small Groups
All adults at Immanuel are encouraged to become part of a small group that meets for fellowship, prayer, and learning. Some of these are official programs, such as the Women's Bible study that meets on Tuesday mornings or evenings. More often members form their own groups without the assistance of pastoral staff. For more information, call Annette LaPlaca, Minister of Congregational Life, at (630) 393-4400.