Adult Education Opportunities

Sunday Morning Opportunities


Adult Bible Study

Meets Sunday Mornings in the Library

Starting September 18th the focus will be on the “Early Church History.” This will begin with the “Great Commission.” Come and learn about the growth movement of Christianity through the apostles as the 1st Century church evolved. Bring your Bible and your questions. Handouts will be provided. All are invited to attend. Mike Manny will be the teacher. For more information about the class contact Pat Jenkins or Lon Kaylor.


Meets Sunday Mornings in room 205

Join adults ages 35-55 as we explore various Bible studies to deepen our faith journey. Class is one hour and themes usually take 4 – 8 weeks per study. No additional cost to participants. Some studies may include take home materials or video segments viewed in class. Currently using a Nooma series by Rob Bell. This class has lots of positive discussion in a safe and friendly environment. All are welcome. Contact Mary Schap by email, or phone at 513-919-7587 for more information.

Parlor Parents Group

Meets Sunday Mornings in Kilgour Parlor

The Parlor Parents Group meets on Sundays at 9:30 in the Kilgour Parlor. This is a group of parents of younger children ranging in ages from nursery to elementary school. This community of couples and single parents participates in a rotating series of 4-6 week studies which cover a variety of subjects including current events, issues of faith, and Bible study. The class is facilitated by rotating leaders, and periodically is involved in mission projects and social fellowship. For more information, contact Bill or Amanda Baker.


The New Ventures

Meets Sunday Mornings in Kilgour Parlor

The New Ventures Sunday School class meets each week at 11 a.m. in the Kilgour Parlor to discuss questions raised by a searching faith. Discussions encourage participants to share differing views that cause us to wrestle with biblical principles, traditional church teaching and contemporary applications of dynamic Christian faith. We will begin the fall, 2016 session discussing the book. Started by a group of “baby boomers” to address their questions of Christian faith and life in the 21st century, all are welcome to join the lively conversations that are part of each Sunday morning.

Contacts for the class are Joyce Bates, Mary Pearce and Michael Vilardo .