The Sunday morning adult class meets at at 9:30 A.M. in the Library (currently meeting on Zoom).
This class studies the Bible as well as current events. There is always lively discussion.
For several weeks starting September 27, 2020 we will be discussing The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States by Walter Johnson.
You need not have read the material to participate in the discussion.
We will be discussing chapter 9 on December 6.
Here is a link to the book’s page at Left Bank Books
and a link to the book (Kindle or hardcover) at Amazon
Children ages 4-10 are invited to participate in Children’s
Church immediately following the time for Children. The class is using a
Curriculum called “We Believe.” It includes core stories from the Old
and New Testaments, as well as appropriate sessions for the seasons of
the year. The children will also receive “take home” sheets to encourage
continued learning at home… These sheets make it easy to ask your
children what they learned in Sunday School.
Sunday morning Nursery Care is available for children under three should you wish to take advantage of it.
Presbyterian Church is a multiracial congregation called by the
radically inclusive love of God in Jesus Christ to ministries
rooted in grace-filled hospitality, social justice, and transformation.
We respond to God’s call and seek to make God’s love known through:
Values (Select below for further explanation)
- A commitment to a spirit of welcome for all people that
knows no boundaries to inclusion and welcomes all gifts and
talents in works of worship, ministry, and service.
- A commitment to identify and dismantle all the ways we
are impacted by systems of oppression and to partner with
neighbors to do the same in our city and beyond.
- A commitment to challenge and nurture the congregational
community in body, mind, and spirit. (Transformation)
Following the risen Christ, and seeking to make the Church a true
community of hospitality, the mission of More Light Presbyterians is
to work for the full participation of lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA+) people of
faith in the life, ministry, and witness of the Presbyterian Church
(U.S.A.) and in society.