Adult Catechism Classes

As you are aware, October 31 will mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. In honor of the achievements of Martin Luther, throughout the months of September and October I will be leading a 5-week Small Catechism class for the adults. The last time I offered these classes was in 2012 and the course was well attended.
Who should attend? If you became a Lutheran as an adult and missed out on the opportunity of attending Confirmation classes, then these classes are for you. If you recently joined the congregation, then these classes are for you. If you have been a life-long Lutheran and would like a refresher course, these classes are for you. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend.
Have you ever wondered why we stand during the reading of the Gospel? Are you aware of the Biblical connections to our liturgy? Would you like to know more about the seasons of the church year? Do you know the difference between infant baptism and a believer’s baptism? Do you know what Lutherans believe when it comes to Holy Communion? These are just some of the topics we will cover.
There will be a morning session and an evening session for each topic. Come to the one most convenient for you. Even if you cannot make it to every class, come to the ones you can attend. All classes will be in the Pairs and Spares Room. Bring your questions and favorite Bible.