Adult Education offers a range of classes on Sunday mornings during the program year (September through May) designed to feed the spiritual needs and intellectual curiosity of the church. Classes are held from 10:10-11:05am and are taught by various individuals, including the pastors.
The following two classes and conversations will be offered each Sunday during the month of January and also February 4th.
- Room 356 - “Two letters to Corinth,” taught by Beth Phillips
Paul wrote a letter to the city of Corinth in the mid 50s. Clement of Rome wrote his letter to Corinth about 40 years later. Apparently Corinth had continued to have problems, and many of them are still remarkably similar to those we experience now. In that context, it may be helpful to ask why Paul’s letter became part of the New Testament canon and Clement’s, though circulated widely in his time, did not.
- Room 355 - Lectionary Open Discussion
Are you new to the church and have questions about how things at Wasatch Presbyterian Church work? Do you know who the staff is? Do you know what the Session is and how it works? How about the Deacons, who are they and what do they do? Maybe you have some questions about how the Presbyterian church is organized. Or, maybe you have some other questions about how you can get involved in the life of Wasatch. If so, then this class is for you.! Wasatch 101 offers 3-week class sessions several times throughout the year, in order to serve the needs of newcomers. Classes are led by the pastors and Elder Doug Howe on Sunday mornings and childcare is provided. The class provides a great chance to connect with other people, improve your Wasatch church IQ and have some fun!
- The next Wasatch 101 class is offered February 26th, March 5th, & 19th at 10:10am in the Conference Room (room 116).
Soul Collage is a meditative process that engages the imagination and the intuition using images, scissors, paper, and glue in a quiet, prayerful space. You will be amazed by what you discover about yourself. No artistic tendencies required, just an open heart and a willingness to engage. All materials provided.
Centering Prayer is simply sitting in 20 minutes of silence, open to God's love and your love for God. It's prayer beyond thoughts, emotions and sensations. No experience is necessary, just a desire to take your relationship with God to a level deeper than conversation, to pure communion!