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Adult Forum

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Adult Forum is a place of conversation, learning and growth.  Our topics are designed to encourage and help people at any stage of their faith journey. The goal is usable Christian education that can be applied to our daily lives.

In Adult Forum, we explore subjects such as Faith to move Mountains, Life in the Spirit, Prayer, How to Read the Bible, The Prophets and Prophecy, The Book of Esther and more. Courses can include lecture, group discussion, and video presentations. The teaching staff includes Bob Henson, Bill Russell, Henry Covert, Rita Lanham and Bill Barr. 

Our Fall/Spring Curriculm this year is:

"Knowing God Through the Nicene Creed"

Do you want to know more about God? That is, do you want to know more about who God is, what he’s done, is doing, and will do—and how you fit into it all?

If so, Grace Anglican’s Sunday Adult Forum is just the place for you this coming fall through next spring. Beginning Sunday morning, Sep 8 and continuing through next May 31 join us at 9:30 in the Living Room for an in-depth exploration of our powerful and loving God.

Our time together promises to be different from typical Bible studies you may have experienced about God. In this study, we’ll take 34 Sundays to examine the theology of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Our material all comes from the Bible, but it will be organized in a way to help you focus on each person of the Trinity “individually,” so to speak.

And, we’ll use the Nicene Creed, the Church’s classic declaration of the Christian faith, as our guide. Each Sunday you will learn something new about our infinite God, something that just might come to your mind as we recite the Nicene Creed together in our worship after the Forum.

God has gone to a lot of expense to reveal himself to you and the rest of humankind since the beginning of time. Literally. After all, he made us to enjoy him. Why not take him up on his offer and spend a few Sundays to hear what he has to say about himself? Who knows, you might just be able to hear him better when he speaks directly to you!