seasonal Sunday School - Resumes January 20th

Between Labor Day and Memorial Day, we gather for 9:00 am Sunday School. We do so in order  to grow in our love for God and for one another by deepening our knowledge of God's Word. Here's what we have in store for Adult, Youth, and Children's Sunday School in 2018-19.

  • REFORMATION CHURCH HISTORY: REFORMATION IN MOTION

    january 20-february 24

    In this 6-week class, which will run from January 20-February 24, we will be exploring the Protestant Reformation of the 16th and 17th centuries. It was in the midst of this Reformation that the Presbyterian Church took root, a tradition of which we are still a part. 


    We will have three distinguished scholars as guest speakers. On February 10,  Dr. Michael Graves of Wheaton College will be speaking on Augustine, the Church Father that had the greatest influence on the theology of the Reformation. On February 17, Dr. Scott Manetsch of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) will be speaking on John Calvin, whose Institutes continue to this day to be one of the most influential formulations of the Reformed faith. Finally, on February 24, Dr. Douglas Sweeney, also from TEDS, will be speaking on Jonathan Edwards, America's greatest theologian.


    Each of these men are experts in their field, and it is a tremendous privilege to have them take part in this class.

  • GOSPEL CARE: PROCLAIMING THE HOPE OF CHRIST TO ONE ANOTHER

    april 7-may 19

    In this 6-week class, which will run from April 7-May 19, we will be learning how to more effectively care for one another. This class will help us to learn how the story of our growth as believers (sanctification) fits into God's story of salvation in Christ. We will learn the tools necessary to help connect our stories to God's story by learning how to listen, ask good questions, and meaningfully point others to the good news of Jesus Christ. We will end the class by applying this approach to three common areas of difficulty in the Christian life: fear, anger, and escape.


    Note - there will be NO CLASS on April 21 to free up the morning for Easter festivities.

  • YOUTH AND CHILDREN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL

    While the adults meet in the lobby, the Youth (6th through 12th grade - in Room 1220) and Children (ages 2 to 5th grade - downstairs) meet and receive care and Biblical teaching appropriate to their ages. If you have children under 2 years of age, and would like to attend Sunday School, please contact the Church Office.

  • THE MISSION OF WESTMINSTER: WHO ARE WE AND WHERE ARE WE GOING?

    September 9-october 14

    In this 6-week class, which will run from September 9-October 14, we will cover the mission and vision of Westminster. The mission of the church is Christ's mission to make disciples (Matt 28). Each disciple has a new identity in Christ, which redefines what we love and what we live for. At Westminster, we are seeking to live out this new identity through three key areas: Word, Table, and World. In this class we will unpack our new identity and how this new identity is lived out through the areas of Word, Table, and World. The last two weeks of the class, we will walk through the membership vows that members of Westminster take when joining. The vows outline the gospel and what it means to be a part of God's covenant community, the Church.

  • THE DOCTRINES OF GRACE: CELEBRATING THE SOVEREIGN GRACE OF GOD

    October 21-november 18

    In this 5-week class, which will run from October 21-November 18, we will be teaching on the Reformed understanding of salvation. We will do so by walking through what is commonly referred to as TULIP, which describes our condition before God and His sovereign grace at work in our lives to save us. For those new to the Reformed faith of a Presbyterian Church (PCA), this is a wonderful introduction to these doctrines, which are the bedrock of our confession of faith, the Westminster Standards