Lectures & Classes
Engaging classes on subjects that matter. In the fall, winter, and spring we offer lectures and classes during out middle hour (10:10-10:50 am) that train the Redeemer community, adults and children, in the content, history, and practice of their faith. This includes the study of the Bible, theology, and life skills (marriage, parenting, finances, peacemaking, etc.)
Middle Hour Schedule
Sundays, 10:10-10:50 am
Summer Session: June 25 – August 6
July 9 – Church Summer Brunch – Middle Hour classes will not meet.
Summer Book Study – Liturgy of the Ordinary
Dates: June 25 – August 6 (except July 9th)
Teacher: Pastor Adam Feichtmann
Join us this summer as we read through Tish Harrison Warren’s book Liturgy of the Ordinary: sacred practices in everyday life. Through our daily and ordinary practices Warren will encourage us to become aware of God’s presence. Each week we will ask, how we can embrace the sacred in the ordinary and the ordinary in the sacred? From making the bed to brushing your teeth, from losing your keys to eating leftovers, and from checking email to sitting in traffic, each activity can be tied to a spiritual practice and viewed through the lens of liturgy. A few books are available for purchase at the book table for $12.
(Participants please read the chapters prior to the discussion date listed.)
June 25 – Forward & Chapter 1
July 2 – Chapters 2 & 3
July 16 – Chapters 4 & 5
July 23 – Chapters 6 & 7
July 30 – Chapters 8 & 9
August 6 – Chapters 10 & 11
Faith & Culture Lectures
Our lecture series is on break for the summer and will resume in September. Looking for one of our past Faith & Culture lectures? Check out our Lecture Audio Archive. For past lectures not posted in our archive, contact Kem Erskine, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Donuts & Discipleship
Jr. High & High School (Rising 6th-12th Grade)
Location: Patio outside the chapel hall
Leader: Josh Cooper
While the adults and youth group students participate in their respective classes, your children in Preschool (age 2 and potty-trained) through 4th Grade will engage in a time of worship that includes singing, story books, lessons, discussion and crafts.
(Note that children’s classes will not promote until the fall, so students will attend the class/grade they were in for 2016-17 school year. However, 5th Grade students who will enter the 6th grade this fall are invited to join the Jr. High Youth Gatherings.)