Adults

White Memorial offers a number of opportunities for fellowship, support and Christian education for adults to enrich their faith journey.

Fellowship Opportunities

Caring Opportunities

Adult Faith Formation
Summer 2019 Classes and Schedules

For more information about Adult Faith Formation, contact Tracey Daniel.

Sunday Morning:

CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CLASS
June 9 - August 11
9:15 - 10:00 a.m.
C200
Bill Jackson, teacher
Dr. Ray Vander Laan’s video series That The World May Know. In a series of 20-minute videos, historian and teacher Dr. Vander Laan illustrates how the
events of Jesus’ day impacted his life, ministry and communication…and then you’ll learn how it affects yours. Filmed on location in Israel, these Faith Lessons weave together the Bible's fascinating historical, cultural, religious, and geographical contexts. A structured discussion follows each video  lesson.

GREATEST GENERATION
May 26 - September 1
9:15 - 10:00 a.m.
W400
Gary Mock, leader
Composed primarily of senior adults, this is a loving and faithful community open to anyone. The study vehicle is the quarterly resource The Present Word, which explores the biblical text and invites relationship with God. A rotating group of class members moderate the class each week.

COVER TO COVER
June 2, July 14 and August 4
9:15 - 10:00 a.m.
C302
Jim Ferry, teacher
This Bible study is designed to read the entire Bible in one calendar year. New members are welcome every month of the year. The class is oriented around the calendar year.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL
EXPLORING OUTREACH
OPPORTUNITIES
June 16, 23 and 30
9:15 - 10:00 a.m.
Geneva Hall
Adult Faith Formation & Outreach, leaders
Come as Faith Formation and outreach leader explore outreach opportunities.

TWO PART SERIES: DOING DISCIPLESHIP
AMID CULTURAL CLASHES
June 2 and 9
9:15 - 10:00 a.m.
C301
John Winings, teacher
Our notions of discipleship are almost always quite varied. This short course starts from the perspective that our culture, though quite divided politically at present, is relatively homogeneous. This is especially true when  contrasted with cultures of those nations where we send missionaries and where we take mission trips; both are actions of the church in discipleship. We are called to be disciples in this same sense and this course will discuss the ways in which our own notions can trap us on our march toward discipleship.

SPIRITUALITY CENTER
July 7 - August 25
8:15 a.m. - noon
Chapel and surrounding Calvin classrooms
Self-directed spiritual practice
(like walking the Labyrinth)
**All adults and children with an adult are welcome!

Sunday Afternoon:

INTERGENERATIONAL EVENT – LIVING IN FAITH TOGETHER (L.I.F.T.)
July 14 and August 11
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Geneva Hall
Tracey Daniel, Lynn Springfield and Gwen Whiteman, teachers
Designed for children kindergarten and up and adults of all ages. Nursery provided with reservation.