Sunday Morning Adult Education

We've put together an exciting array of opportunities for adults on Sunday morning. Join us for our education hour at 10:15 am.

  • Adult Sunday School: 1 & 2 Timothy
    Begins Sept. 11 in the Hall Life Center

    Faculty: Lay Adult Education Teachers
    Live Streamed on YouTube
    Our lay-led class will explore Timothy 1 & 2 this fall. Come for the lecture in the Hall Life Center, then break into small groups. Looking to join a breakout group after the Adult Ed lecture? Email Samantha Edussuriya, creative director.
  • Discovery Membership Class
    September 18 – October 23 in the Parlor
    Faculty: The Rev. Dr. R. Leigh Spruill and Kim Jameson
    This five-week class led by the Rev. Dr. Leigh Spruill and the clergy will look at a brief history of St. John the Divine and the Episcopal church, introduce you to the ministries at SJD, and provide opportunities to meet lay leaders and members.
  • Family Matters: What Does God Have to Do with the Family?
    September 11 – October 2 in Room L18
    Faculty: The Rev. Neal McGowan and Dan Gannon
    In this class, we will be looking at Scripture and the theological tradition of the church to help us see God’s purposes for families, and how he calls us to serve beyond our biological family into the body of Christ. We will also spend a few minutes of each class going over a very simple devotional or spiritual practice that you can integrate into your family life.
  • Rediscovering Kingdom Healing
    September 11 – October 9 in Room 201
    Faculty: The Rev. Reagan Cocke and the Rev. Mike Endicott

    Join the Rev. Reagan Cocke for this five-week course as we go through the Rev. Mike Endicott’s book Rediscovering Kingdom Healing, as we deepen and enrich our lives as Jesus’ disciples. The Rev. Mike Endicott will be teaching our last session on October 9.
  • History of Christianity II: Reformation to the Present
    September 11 – December 11 in Room 203
    This twelve-week class brings to life the leaders, historic events, and theological debates that shaped the spread of Protestantism, the European Enlightenment, the church in the New World, and the continuing spread and growing vitality of today’s church in the developing world.

Note: There will be no Sunday school on the following dates:

  • All Saint’s Sunday (November 6, 2022) *
  • Thanksgiving Weekend (November 27, 2022)
  • Christmas Day (December 25, 2022)
  • New Year’s Day (January 1, 2023)
  • Annual Meeting (January 29, 2023)
  • Palm Sunday (April 2, 2023)
  • Easter Sunday (April 9, 2023)
  • Pentecost (May 28, 2023)