Sunday School at PHPC

There are a variety of ways to learn on Sunday mornings at PHPC. In addition to our short term series, Sunday School classes meet weekly on Sunday mornings (various times) for study and fellowship, as well as, opportunities for social connection and community service. There are classes for young parents, couples, and those of all ages and stages of life. *

*While our building remains closed, Sunday School is alive and active digitally, meeting over Zoom and other platforms. Contact the class leader for more details on getting connected to the class digital platforms and opportunities to learn and connect.


11 a.m., Zoom Conference
This class is for couples and singles of all ages who desire to grow in faith through peer-led Bible and theological study covering a wide variety of topics. Questions are welcome, experiences are honored, and all positions are heard and respected. 

Contact: Pat Nobles,  .


11 a.m., Zoom Conference
This class is for parents with children from infants to sixth graders who are looking to form friendships and grow in your faith, your marriage, and your parenting.

Contact: Rev. Caroline Braskamp at

friends IN FAITH

11 a.m., Zoom Conference
This class is for parents who have tweens, teenagers, or college kids who enjoy faith-based conversations related to Bible and theology studies, adventures in parenting and marriage, and many other topics. 

Contact: Edie Owen at  


9 a.m., Zoom Conference
This class is for singles and couples of all ages and stages of life who are interested in informal Bible study and discussions on topics such as Christian history, current events, and ethics. 

Contact: Camille Owens at


Epiphany invites youth (16+) and adults with unique abilities to participate in our enrichment programs. Together we share needs, discover gifts, enrich lives, and provide respite for families. Our Sunday School curriculum is designed with special needs in minds.

Contact: Brian Spann at