Adult Sunday School

This Fall, Adult Sunday School has a new format: Zoom!

Classes meet at 9:30 am
Contact office@binkleychurch.org for information on joining

 

Mindful Parenting

At each meeting, the group discusses ideas about parenting from current resources. The simple format includes prayer, brief check-in, summary of the book or article being shared, and a discussion of prepared questions. Novice and experienced parents and caregivers –  all are welcome to share laughter, support, and hope in the journey of parenting.  Megan and Miles Highsmith are co-facilitators. Please contact Stephanie Ford if you would like to participate.

 

A Multicultural Reading of Matthew’s Gospel
(Una Lectura Multicultural del Evangelio de Mateo)

Join us, Micheal and Maria Palmer as we read through the Gospel of Matthew devotionally (in English or Spanish) and share our insights, worries and joys. NO language ability needed—only an openness to linguistic diversity and spiritual growth. Translation will be provided.

Únase a una nueva clase, liderada por María Teresa y Micheal Palmer: Leyendo Juntos el Evangelio de Mateo.  Leeremos devocionalmente (en Inglés o Español) y compartiremos nuestras perspectivas. No se necesita saber dos idiomas, ya que proveeremos interpretación. Solamente se necesita tener paciencia y estar abierto a un ambiente bilingüe y al crecimiento espiritual.

Our goal is to grow as a community in faith, hope and love!

¡Nuestra meta es crecer como comunidad en fé, esperanza y amor!

 

September 13 – October 18, 2020

THREE SHEROES OF FAITH AND JUSTICE

This class will explore the lives and thoughts of three fascinating Spirit-filled women: Fannie Lou Hamer, a Mississippi sharecropper who became one of the brightest lights of the civil rights movement and leader of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Ida B Wells, fiery crusader against lynching, suffragette, organizer of many anti-racist groups including the NAACP, and Pauli Murray, an activist, writer, lawyer, and priest who pioneered efforts against Jim and Jane Crow, and who was the first African-American woman to be ordained in the Episcopal Church. Each of these “sheroes” was driven and empowered for justice work by faith in a God of compassion and liberation.