Sunday Morning Education for adults at Good Shepherd allows us to dig into God's word in a smaller, more intimate setting. Classes meet on Sunday mornings during the traditional school year, 9:30-10:30 am. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!
Community Class (Weekly in Education Wing, E-9)
Topics vary from week to week, so grab a coffee and take a seat!
Graceful Living (Weekly in Underwood East)
How do we embody Christ on a daily basis and in all areas of our lives? This ongoing class will look at different ways of becoming more connected to God, to each other, and to ourselves through in-depth and lively discussions of various readings and video clips.
The Jesus Epidemic (Weekly in Underwood West)
Jesus is contagious! Explore the weekly Gospel lectionary through interactive presentations and fun, open class discussions. Examine Jesus’ first–century life and teachings through twenty–first century eyes. Catch The Jesus Epidemic and then help spread it throughout The Triangle.
Whittecar Class (Weekly in Library)
While all are welcome in any of our Sunday Morning Education classes, the Whittecar Class is specially geared to discuss Sunday's reading with adults with developmental delays.
Lutheran Questions (October 8 - 22)
Led by Pastor Tim and Pastor Marsha, this three-week session will delve into these questions: (1) Did Luther really call the Pope the anti-Christ? (2) How can Lutherans believe in grace alone if they also believe in faith alone and scripture alone? (3) What is a synod, and why are there so many different synods?
Crossing Borders (November 5 - 19)
Spend your Sundays tackling issues of faith, justice, immigration, and borders with Michael Dickson, who recently returned from a year of work in the ELCA service program in El Paso, TX. He worked with our brothers and sisters in Iglesia Luterana Cristo Rey, a Lutheran congregation living and serving in the border community. Hear about the work that Michael was a part of, learn about the realities of immigration and our borders, and discern together the voice of our faith and our church on these issues.