Adult Education at Providence Presbyterian
Our highest goal is to make the children and adults of Providence into disciples of Jesus Christ through the teaching, study and application of the Scriptures.
The Values on Which Our Sunday School Program is Based
Because we believe that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the inspired Word of God and the Christian’s only rule of faith and practice, all of our classes, seminars and programs will be heavily based on the teachings of Scripture.
Providence places a high value on the practical ‘heart application’ of the truths of Scripture and therefore, none of our educational forums are simply ‘intellectual practices.’
Providence is a ‘confessional’ church, meaning we accept the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms as a concise summary of the teachings of Scripture yet subordinate to the Word of God.
Each teacher and instructor is approved by the elders of the church as competent to interpret and teach the Scriptures and, able to instruct students toward discipleship.
To achieve our stated goal of making disciples, we strive for small classroom size to maximize interaction, provide opportunities for further study outside of the classroom, and encourage deepening relationships among the students.
Summer Adult Class
June 11th, 2017 - September 3rd, 2017
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
The Epistles of John
These three short letters near the end of the New Testament, are written to disciples so they may know that they have eternal life. The Apostle John writes practically on some fundamental changes that God brings about in the believer’s life. These elements of righteousness, truth, and love in which, when we see growth, we can know that we have assurance of life eternal with Christ. 2 and 3 John continue the treatise of Walking in and Imitating the Truth.
Building a Marriage of Faith
The Scriptures provide a beautiful framework for ordering our marriage relationships. Join us as we consider how the Word of God can strengthen and deepen this most sacred union.