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Immanuel Lutheran church

Adult

Learning

Immanuel Lutheran church

Adult Learning

Adult LEARNING

Our vision for learning is Christ’s very own: to teach people in such a way that they come to love and trust Christ, live with him, and do what he commands as participants in God’s story. We offer a variety of adult learning opportunities to realize this vision.

LIFETREE CAFÉ: a time and a place where people gather to engage in one-hour, host-led discussions on a new topic each week, featuring real people’s real stories on film, guided conversation, biblical insights and time to build relationships.

STARTING POINT: An eight-week course designed to explore the central questions of faith and life along with others in a conversational environment. Classes are held each fall.

ADULT CATECHISM: This course is designed for those new to the Lutheran church and is required for those preparing for baptism or for membership at Immanuel. Classes begin in January and continue up to Easter.

SMALL GROUPS: Immanuel offers a wide variety of opportunities for people to learn, pray, and serve together in smaller groups.

C.S. LEWIS SOCIETY: Meets monthly on the second Sunday of each month to read and discuss C.S. Lewis’s writings in various genres (religious writings, fiction, literary essays).

SUNDAY LEARNING: Immanuel offers a variety of learning opportunities for adults on Sunday mornings during the school year (September through May, 9:30-10:30), including educational forums, lectures, topical studies and Bible studies.

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Here at Immanuel, we believe that you can be transformed by experiencing life with God in Christ. Our mission is to equip people for this kind of transformation by connecting people with Christ in a life of worship, learning, and service, whether you are exploring Christianity for the first time or grew up attending church.

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