Sunday School for Adults

Roswell Presbyterian has a number of different Sunday School offerings before 11:15 a.m. worship every Sunday (listed below).
All groups are co-ed and begin at 9:45 a.m. unless otherwise noted. 
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Rev. Emily Wright, 770-649-4508.

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Term Studies at RPC are class offerings that allow participants to engage in extended study of a particular topic.


Sunday School Classes


Class Name

Location

Description

Leaders

 

Bible Survey

CLB 243

This class will undertake a year long study of the Old Testament. All are welcome!


Clergy-led Class
Short Term Sunday Studies

CLB 242

October 21 & 28: Rev. Lyndsay Lee Slocum will present The Spirituality of the Gospels.


GIFT
(Growing in Faith Together)

SB 305

For couples, especially parents, ages 35+ to 45+.

Seeing Grey in a World of Black and White: Thoughts on Religion, Morality, and Politics by Adam Hamilton


The Jesus Study
Genesis to Revelation

Alderman Hall A & B

Session 1 meets Sundays, August 12 - November 11. Bring your Bible.

Session 2 meets Sundays, January 6 - April 14 (no class on Sunday, March 31).


JOY
(Jesus, Others and You)

SB 303

Currently studying the Heidelberg Catechism. All are welcome.


Pathfinders

SB 301

Studying the book The Bad Girls of the Bible.


Searchers

CLB 240

This class of adults, age 50 and up, seeks insight, guidance, inspiration, and answers through the study of the Bible, Christian ethics and issues, and theology. Members are searching for ways to enliven our faith, to understand and affirm our beliefs in the context of modern society, and to live out an active and productive Christian life.

This class will be studying the Book of Proverbs


Spiritual Journeys for Women

SB 308

Various studies done by various leaders. This class is for women only.

Studying the Old and New  Testaments using Disciple 1.


THINK

SB 307

Study of the sermons of the previous weeks. Our pastors provide thought-provoking sermons each week with more ideas than we can digest in one hearing. In this class, we try to "get our heads around" the meaning of the messages by discussing sermons and other spiritual resources that challenge us to think about our beliefs and actions. We foster a non-judgmental atmosphere where we can share our questions and doubts about our faith and tackle the difficult theological questions with intellectual and spiritual honesty, good humor, and warm fellowship.