Christian Education - Sunday, May 7
PHPC Kids and Youth
Preschool (3-4 years) (N127); Pre-K (4-5 years) (N132); Kindergarten
(younger 5s) (N129); Kinder-Primer (older 5s-6 years) (N119)
Grade 1 (N157); Grade 2 (N158); Grade 3 (N254); Grade 4 (N251)
5-6 Grade Lounge (N246)
Grades 7-12 (Youth House)
Adult Education - Ongoing
Couples in Faith The Spirit of Protestantism led by Tory Agnich (Jubilee Hall E-F)
Covenant Community Attending Short Term Series
Epiphany (youth and adults (16+) with unique abilities) (N217)
Faith Bible Discovery Fast Five (N220)
Fellowship Class Bill Deischler (Jubilee Hall C-D)
Short Term Series Race Still Matters 2 (Jubilee Hall E-F)
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
Our class is for parents of tweens, teenagers and college kids who enjoy faith-based conversations related to Bible and theology studies, adventures in parenting and marriage, and many other topics. We also have a strong bond outside of the church thanks to fun monthly social events, holiday parties, and community outreach programs with the church.
Our class is for parents of younger children who are looking to form friendships with a foundation in faith and have a little fun! We’ll enjoy lively discussions sharing the joys and challenges of raising our families with Christ-centered hearts and minds through Bible studies, parenting and marriage speakers, and conversations about the Sunday School lessons our kids are experiencing. We’ll also enjoy Sunday lunch socials and community service opportunities for the whole family. We meet in the Parlor.
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.