“If you call the Sabbath a delight and the Lord’s holy day honorable, and if you honor it by not going your own way, then you will find your joy in the Lord!” -Isaiah 58:13,14

Sunday School Classes for all ages (children – adult)  9:30 – 10:15 a.m.
Classes resume on September 8

Adult Sunday School Classes:

Galatians and James

Faith or Works? Gospel or Law?
Join us for an engaging study as we explore these key questions in the life of every Christian. Two small but mighty studies tackle one of the most contentious issues in theology: what is the role of faith and works when it comes to salvation?
Sundays, Sept. 8 – Dec. 15
Led by Pat Widhalm and al.

What in the world is the Holy Spirit up to?

Wisdom Spirituality in the Big Picture
The Reformed tradition has always believed, as John Calvin affirmed, that wherever truth and wisdom are to be found they ultimately come from God. We have rejected the division between sacred and secular, therefore, have questioned the hard boundaries that some set between Christian and other ways of faith, and have been open to new ideas and knowledge from a variety of sources, whether religious, philosophical, cultural or scientific.
In this class, we will briefly explore four non-Christian sources of wisdom, the kind of practical knowledge or understanding that helps us to live sanely, faithfully and well. We will begin with the very heart of Hebrew wisdom literature, Ecclesiastes; explore the Greek Stoic teacher, Epictetus; reflect on ancient Taoism from China; and, finally, consider core teachings of Zen Buddhism from Japan. The goal of this course is to open ourselves to sources of wisdom and spiritual life that spring from God’s work beyond our usual paths.
Sundays, Sept 8 – 29
Land Building Riverside Room
Led by: Michael Jinkins

Home Grown – A Handbook for Christian Parenting

This books gives practical, real-world advice about how to help your kids know and love God – and how to build a home where you can grow in faith together.  Some questions that might keep you up at night.
How can I help my kids trust God when they’re worried ro bad things happen?
How do I explain tough things like death and divorce?
How can I make our home a place where my kids’ faith will grow?
And many, many more!
Sunday, Sept 8 – Oct. 20
2nd floor conference room

Where Jesus Walked

Sundays, Oct 6 – 20
Land Building Lakeside Room
Led by: Larry Hamric

Scottish Heritage Sunday

Sunday, Oct. 27
Frampton Fellowship Hall
Led by: Rev William Storrar

Letter from a Birmingham Jail

The Letter from Birmingham Jail is an open letter written on April 16, 1963, by Martin Luther King Jr. The letter defends the strategy of nonviolent resistance to racism. It says that people have a moral responsibility to break unjust laws and to take direct action rather than waiting potentially forever for justice to come through the courts. Responding to being referred to as an “outsider”, King writes, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
Sunday, Nov. 3
Land Building Riverside
Led by: Fred Lyons

Lupberger Lecture

Sunday, Nov. 10
Frampton Fellowship Hall
Led by: Rev Gary Dorien

Students 6th grade through 12th grade meet in the Youth Room on the third floor for discussions.

 Children’s Sunday School Classes: Sunday mornings, 9:30-10:15 a.m.

Classes resume Sunday, September 8

Growing in Grace and Gratitude (3 years old – 3rd grade) –  We will explore Old Testament stories taht reflect worship – ways in which God meets us, Calls us, and send us.
Students are divided into three age groups:
3 years old through Pre-K – Meet in room 213
Kindergarten through 1st grade – Meet in room 212
2nd through 3rd grades – Meet in room 214

Challenger Class (grades 4 & 5) – Challenger Classroom 2nd Floor

4th and 5th graders are curious about their faith journey, have questions about what it means to be a Reformed Presbyterian and want to help others.  This spirited group will work through all of these!  We will study what it means to be a Reformed Presbyterian, the 10 commandments, Psalm 23, Jesus’ parables and the Lord’s Prayer.  Our fall retreat will be November 1-3 at Tickfaw State Park.  For information about this group, contact Michele Murphy at Michele@scapc.org

Sunday Nursery Care (0-3 years old)

Our experienced sitter staff invites all children under the age of three into our fully equipped nursery and playroom. Our classrooms met all State requirements and we strive to maintain a safe and enriching environment for our youngest visitors. The staff is trained on church regulations and guidelines. The Nursery is open each Sunday from 8:15 a.m. – Noon and is located in the classroom off of Frampton Fellowship Hall on the first floor. Parents sign in children and check out a pager. Please label all of your children’s supplies and give any specific directions for your child directly to the sitters.

If you have questions regarding any of these classes, contact Director of Christian Education, Michele Murphy (michele@scapc.org).