Sunday School


Intentional Journey
Room 251     9:45 AM – 10:40 AM

Ed Coman – Coordinator/Lead Teacher
ecoman@nc.rr.com
Leslie Coman – Communications
lcoman@nc.rr.com

The Intentional Journey Sunday School Class will begin a study of the Book of Jeremiah on Sunday, January 20.  The book being used for this study is Jeremiah for Everyone by John Goldingay.  Anyone interested in a Bible study on Jeremiah is welcome to join the group.  Ed Coman is the lead teacher.  If you want more information or a copy of the syllabus, contact Ed.  This  study of Jeremiah will run from January 20 – June 16.


Foundry Fellowship
Room 321     9:45 AM

John and Molly Chiles – Co-Presidents
jmchiles18@gmail.com
Wilda Whitley, Communications
Wilda.whitley@gmail.com

Foundry Fellowship is a large member facilitated Sunday School class with discussion around scriptural and theological book studies like those of N.T. Wright, Adam Hamilton, Will Willimon, James Howell, C.S. Lewis and others.  4-5 class members rotate teaching responsibilities throughout the year.  Once a quarter the class enjoys “Muffin Sunday” with a guest speaker presenting information on a local or global mission opportunity.  Small pastoral care groups overseen by volunteer “tenders” keep track of members’ health and well being on a regular basis, and class joys and concerns are shared weekly with class members through email updates.  We enjoy several social events every year.  Foundry welcomes and affirms persons of all ages and stages.


Francis Asbury
Room 251     9:50 AM – 10:30 AM

Barbara Latta, President
NCL1BLatta@aol.com

Many years ago our class began as the YOUNG ADULT CLASS.  Today that class has become the FRANCIS ASBURY CLASS for older adults. Many of our present members were in the original class. We love having new members and enjoy lessons by our members plus invited teachers.  One of our favorite lesson books is by James Moore, an inspirational writer.  We also watch an occasional video. We invited the COKESBURY-ISLEY CLASS to join us when their membership declined.  On Fifth Sundays we bring finger foods and juice and enjoy fellowship and a brief program. We have other social occasions such as picnics and Christmas parties. We meet in room 161 down the hall from the 1st floor reception desk every Sunday from 9:50 until 10:30.  Come join us!


LIFT
Room 166     10:00 AM

Learning in Fellowship Together … LIFT … is facilitated by class members (strictly by choice…not required). We have gone through books with and without DVDs by a variety of authors.  While our lesson is from 10AM to 10:30AM, we do have fellowship and treats beginning shortly after 9:30AM.  We have a meal together during the Christmas season and other times on occasion.  We are a small class of senior citizens who love to laugh, share our faith and our stories.  Although our door closes at 10, we do have an “open door” policy and welcome visitors or new members all the time.  Life, as our faith, is a journey.  It is wonderful to share the adventure.  Amen!


Jubilee Sunday School
Room 357     9:30 AM – 10:15 AM

Ryke and Lynn Longest, Class Coordinators
longest@law.duke.edu

Jubilee is a member facilitated Sunday School class with discussion around scriptural book studies like those of Adam Hamilton, as well as guest teachers and speakers.  We meet in Room 357 on the third floor of the original campus from 9:30 AM – 10:15 AM each Sunday, September – May taking a break for summer.  Our class has occasional socials outside of the Sunday school hour as well.  Jubilee welcomes all, and we celebrate that our diverse faith journeys enrich discussion and learning. We seek to deepen our faith and understanding as we strive to respond to God’s unbounded grace. The age range of  Jubilee class, while welcoming to all ages, tends to be 50’s and above. We hope that you will join us!