Adults have a choice of Sunday School classes at Tuckahoe. *Several classes change topics after each multi-week term, enabling participants to make class choices on a term-by-term basis and accommodating those who teach children’s classes during specified terms.
This class studies scripture with the help of the weekly Uniform Bible Study. Participants are encouraged to express their thoughts on various interpretations of God’s word. Room 106.
This class explores different ways of thinking about our Christian faith through the use of books and materials chosen by participants each term. Class members volunteer (not required) to lead the discussion for different Sundays. The goal is to help participants discover how their faith can have a positive and meaningful impact on their daily lives. Room 200.
This class explores a different topic each week. The Faithlink series and videos by Rob Bell help stimulate discussion. Weekly preparation is not required. Room 108.
Single-term “elective” classes are offered throughout the year. They give participants an opportunity for Bible study and to explore a variety of issues from a Christian perspective. Look for announcements of upcoming offerings in the “Torch” and bulletin.
Each Thursday morning, the men’s bible study gathers at seven a.m. for one hour to study Biblical passages and discern how to implement them in our lives. The group meets in Room 106, with coffee available beginning at 6:45 a.m. For further information contact John Flournoy at 282-8220 or just plan to join us in Room 106 at 7:00 AM on Thursdays. The study is open to all men.
This group meets at the home of Ruth Anna Langdon at 7:30 pm on the first Monday night of the month to share in various studies. It will be our pleasure to have you visit with us for fellowship and Bible study.