Adult Education & Formation
At Pilgrim, we offer a variety of ways for adults to learn and teach one another as we explore areas of our lives, our world, and our faith.
On the first Sunday of the month, we offer the opportunity for adults to dig deeper before worship even begins. Class starts at 9:30 and is led by Rev. Lauren. This past year, we explored themes of the United Church of Christ, including: our spiritual journeys, our UCC history, extravagant welcome, Christ, covenant, baptism and communion, working for a just and loving world, and listening for our Still-Speaking God.
We encourage you to participate in our educational offerings or even begin your own group! Just being with your fellow Pilgrims may help you think more deeply about your faith and form lasting, supportive relationships.
Bible Study meets each Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. (September-June) and is led by our Pastor. A book of the Bible is selected and chapters are explored each week. We discuss the text in its historical context as well as what it means in our everyday lives.
During the holy seasons of Advent and/or Lent, our Pastor often offers an adult education class to explore faith questions as we prepare ourselves for pivotal moments in the Liturgical Year. Kerygma study programs are of particular interest. These are adult education courses that focus on scripture and extend to other areas of faith and life.