Adult Education

Adult Confirmation Class

Due to the indefinite postponement of baptism and confirmation services, and the press of Holy Week busyness, we have decided to resume the adult baptism and confirmation classes on April 19, at 1 PM.  We will be using the Zoom meeting platform.  If you would like to be a part of this class, please email the office ( for an invitation even if you had previously signed up.  We want to insure that we sending the invitation to the correct email address.  Instructions on how to use Zoom as well as live training are available for anyone who may need them.  We expect that our baptism and confirmation services will be scheduled quickly once our time of isolation is finished.  Keep watching this section of the website for more details.  Thank you for your patience during these challenging times.  We look forward to seeing you all again soon.

Lenten Lecture Series

If you are interested in joining us for the last 3 Lenten series lectures, “Living in a Secular Age” they will resume on March 31 via the Zoom meeting application. This software interface is easy to learn and is being widely used in our church during this time of social distancing. For instructions on how to participate or for a link to join the Lenten series, phone the office or email We look forward to seeing many of you Tuesday at 7 PM online.


A Discussion of Charles Taylor's A Secular Age 

and K. A. Smith's How (not) To Be Secular

Addressing questions such as:

  • What challenges face people of faith in our time?
  • Is Christianity in decline?
  • What does it mean to feel "cross-pressured?"
  • Did the Reformation backfire?
  • What does the term "secular" even mean?
  • Do modern values promote unbelief?
  • How can the Church do its work in our current age?

Instructors: Dr. René Boeré and the Rev. Steve Bateman