What a strange season of life and faith we continue to journey through! At present, for the safety and thriving of all in our community of faith, the physical spaces of our building remain closed. The church, however, remains open and active in the community and the world. Therefore, this fall, we continue to endeavor to offer a variety of meaningful digital opportunities to learn and deepen our Christian faith.
We know that sometimes getting started or figuring out where and how to plug in can be daunting, but we want to walk alongside of you and help you to grow in your faith. No matter where you are on your journey, there is a place for you. Each month, we will release the adult learning opportunities for the month upcoming.
Whether you’re looking for practical tools to help you with life’s daily challenges or help going deeper in your journey of faith, our Adult Learning Ministry offers you opportunities for Bible study and devotional courses, parenting and relationship classes, theology, book studies, travel-learning, and more.
We look forward to learning with you this fall!
Questions about Adult Learning? Contact Rev. Sarah Johnson at
These classes meet weekly on Sunday mornings (9:30 a.m.) for study and fellowship. There are classes for young parents, couples, and those of all ages and stages of life.
There are several Bible studies that meet on various days and times throughout the week. Classes run for twelve weeks in the fall and twelve weeks in the spring. No prior knowledge or experience necessary.
We offer several short-term book studies aimed at different ages and stages of life, as well as liturgical seasons. These studies take place at PHPC and are led by pastors and staff.
Short Term Series
Studies that meet throughout the year and last anywhere from one to six weeks. Topics range anywhere from deep-dive Bible study, to book studies, to issues of current social concern.
Twice yearly, PHPC invites notable speakers and authors to come share their message in our Sanctuary. Past guests have included Glennon Doyle, Kate Bowler and Rev. Dr. Rodger Nishioka.
Two annual opportunities to learn and grow in faith through pilgrimage travel experiences to the Holy Land and the American South on our Racial Justice and Equity Pilgrimage.
PHPC’s small group ministry, these groups meet weekly for eight weeks for Bible study, food, and fellowship. Groups are launched once in the fall and once in the spring.
In an increasingly digital world, we encounter God through videos, podcasts, and online media. Engage the PHPC community wherever you are through our original digital content.
At Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church, we believe that God is calling us to do the messy and holy work of racial justice and equity, dismantling the crippling weight of white supremacy.