Christian Education - Sunday, October 11
Check In and Pick Up
Newborns through Grade 6 must be checked in by an adult at a computer kiosk.
Kiosk locations: Main Office, Shepherd’s Gate, Nursery Wing, Founders Hall
Children visiting PHPC need to be checked in at the Nursery Wing or Founders Hall kiosk.
Grades 4 and younger must be picked up by an adult with a kiosk receipt.
8-9 a.m.: Newborns - Kindergarten (N122)
9-10:30 a.m.: Newborns (N147A); crawlers (N122); toddlers (N121)
10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.: newborns (N147A); crawlers (N122); toddlers (N121); preschool (N119)
Sunday School (9:30-10:30 a.m.)
Noah’s Ark – age 2 by 9/1 (N127); Rainbows - ages 2.5 - 3 (N131);
Good Samaritans - ages 3 - 3.5 (N119); Golden Rulers - ages 3.5 - 4 (N132);
Genesis - ages 4-5 Pre-K (N130); Exodus - Ages 5-6 K/Primer (N129)
Drop off in Founders Hall, pick up here:
Grade 1 (N157); Grade 2 (N158); Grade 3 (N254); Grade 4 (N251)
Gather in the 5th/6th Grade Lounge (N246)
Grades 7-12 gather in the Youth House
Adults – Ongoing Classes
Schedules vary; check the bulletin each week for next Sunday’s opportunities.
Couples in Faith (30s/40s) Creeds and Confessions led by Matt Roberts (N224)
Epiphany Sunday School (ages 16+ with unique abilities; IDD) (N217)
Faith Bible Discovery (all ages) Inverted by Tom Ellsworth (N220)
Fellowship Class (all ages) Invitation to Genesis led by Terry O’Hara (Jubilee Hall C-D)
Ongoing Class Descriptions
For room numbers and specific topics, please see the current list at the top of this page.
Ongoing classes begin September 7 at 9:30 a.m. Please check the PHPC Weekly bulletin insert for class locations and specific study topics.
Coffee and Conversation
On third Sundays, PHPC Gerontologist Dee Wadsworth and others present topics related to aging well.
Couples in Faith
Geared for couples with children
Couples with children (infant to school age) study practical Biblical lessons on a variety of topics including marriage, family, and work.
Faith Bible Discovery
Geared for all ages
This group enjoys studying the Bible and its contemporary relevance. Some Bible background is helpful.
Geared for all ages
This class is for people interested in informal Bible study and discussions on topics such as Christian history, current events, and ethics.
Epiphany Sunday School Class
Curriculum is designed for developmentally and cognitively disabled persons 16+. More information about our special needs ministry.
Sunday Short-Term Classes
Short-term classes meet at 9:30 a.m. and provide opportunities to learn and discuss a variety of topics that touch on Christian living. Check the PHPC Weekly bulletin insert for locations and more information.