We believe that Christian education is a life-long process.
We have classes and/or small groups for every age.
Children’s Bible Story
After children’s story time in worship.
A story is read to the children and then discussed.
All classes are open to the community.
Adult Bible Study
11am Sunday in Library
Led by Roger Doering
Adults read and discuss bible in a small group.
Periodically there are congregation wide studies, often during lent.
Adult Theme Study
The History of Christianity: From the Disciples to the Dawn of the Reformation
11an Sunday St. Francis Room
Led by Marilyn Madsen
Christianity is the largest and most global religious tradition in history. For nearly 2,000 years, the Christian faith has remained at or near the center of Western moral debate and conceptions of human identity, just action, and ultimate meaning. It has both shaped and responded to history.
How did this happen? How did a persecuted sect in 1st-century Palestine rise to command such a massive influence on human culture, imagination, and spirit? How did Christianity weather the first critical stages of its historical development and attain its fundamental and enduring cultural role?
Discover the answers to these questions and more. Sunday mornings at 11 in the St. Francis Room.
Book Study, Wednesdays
7pm – 8:30pm, Temple Beth Sholom San Leandro
Led by Marilyn Madsen and Rabbi Harry Manhoff
Book study and lecture using book “Short Stories by Jesus” by Amy-Jill Levine