We would normally offer a robust selection of spiritual education opportunities at the church, but for the time being, we are suspending face-to-face activities, meetings and services, including these study classes in their traditional form, due to the COVID-19 virus.
The Journeys class will hold its regular meeting from 8:30-10:00 a.m. on Sundays, using the Zoom platform.
As the 21st century arrived, the Issues (adult church school) Class had been a long-standing part of PCCR, meeting around a large table in the church library on Sunday mornings. In the late summer of 2005, a new adult study curriculum called Living the Questions became available. The resource invitation read: “Explore a kind of Christianity that makes sense today. Living the Questions provides the theological grounding, rationale, and vocabulary to help you articulate the foundations of Progressive Christianity.”
The Class name was soon changed to Journeys to more accurately reflect the exploration. A welcome folder affirms: “Journeys is an adult church school class for faith-traveling partners who are at various places along the Way in their quest for spiritual maturity…The Class offers an experience in ecumenical theological education.” Also viewed as spiritual formation, participants anticipate “a process, not a product; a journey, not a destination; intentional, transformational and relational; and a life-long quest.”
These regular scriptural study groups are currently not meeting in person, but are holding sessions using the Zoom platform:
Men’s Bible Study Group
Morning Break Women’s Bible Study
Presbyterian Women’s Horizons Bible Study