From Bible studies to current events, the Adult Ministries Program at Georgetown Presbyterian Church offers ways to explore our faith and its repercussions in our lives, our community, our nation, and our world. All are welcome on Sunday mornings at the Adult Issues series and at Sunday Morning Bible. On Sundays, Nursery Care and Children’s Sunday School available for your kids. We usually have midweek offerings or occasional studies, and special series are offered at Advent and Lent, during summer, and occasionally through the Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington.
Newcomers are always welcome! Check out the Calendar for current bible studies and classes, or contact the church office for more information.
Adult Education is a long-running weekly lecture series focused on issues of importance to our faith and our community. Past topics have ranged from the history of Reformed Theology to current religious, social, political and economic developments here and abroad. Speakers are drawn from the rich diversity of expertise provided by Washington, and include leaders from government; neighboring universities, churches and divinity schools; think tanks and other private sector organizations; as well as our own congregation.
Classes meet Sundays at 9:45 a.m. in the Washington Room and the group takes a hiatus between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Past topical studies include: 1 and 2 Peter, the Psalms, Romans, Jonah, Genesis 1-12, Mark, and the Life of Joseph. There have also been special series that tackle “Tough Questions” or the Apostles’ Creed.
OTHER BIBLE STUDIES
GU College Bible Study This casual study means snacks and caffeine for the undergrads who join in. The group usually meets weekly during the academic year and is led by a Pastor.
Check the calendar or contact Rev. Vaagenes with any questions.
SUNDAY MORNING BIBLE
***Sunday Morning Bible will be replaced by Adult Education for 2018/19***
Sundays, September-May @10 a.m.
This weekly study meets on Sunday Morning for an in-depth discussion of the Bible. This class draws newer and established members of all ages, but is a favorite for parents who have kids in the 10 a.m. Sunday school program. Topics have included Isaiah, the Life of David, the Book of Colossians, and the Book of James, and each study lasts 3-4 months. New people are welcome to join at any point.
Class meets Sundays at 10 a.m. in the Colonial Room and the group takes a hiatus between Memorial Day and Labor Day.