FROM ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION COMMITTEE:
Spring Food for Thought
What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian? Guide to What Matters Most
The Wednesday evening Lenten Food For Thought series has concluded. It was based on this book written by the Rev. Martin Thielen. He listed ten things that Christians need to believe and ten things that they don’t need to believe to be Christians. The series was a huge success!
The studies were led by Dr. Christopher Crotwell: “What Christians Don’t Need to Believe”; Paul Ebel: “Jesus Identity” of who is Jesus and what matters most; Dana Waters: ”Jesus’ Grace and Work”; Missy Byrne: “Jesus Death and Resurrection”; and Dr. Barb Johnson: “Jesus’ Legacy”
Allison Kelly conducted a program for children ages 4 years through 5th grade on “Big Questions for Big Kids!”
WATCH FOR NEWS OF THE FALL FOOD FOR THOUGHT SERIES!
On the red cart in the library, you will find a number of fiction books that have been shared by others. Please feel free to take a book or two and enjoy. There is no check-out or check-in for these books. If you have enjoyed the book, pass it on to a friend … no need to return it. Periodically, we will add newer books and remove older ones for donation to the Aiken Library or AAUW Book Sale. We hope you will enjoy this opportunity to Share a Book!
- Sunday School Opportunities for adults click here and Map click here
- Senior Adult Ministries – Young at Hearts (50+), go to the page…click here
- Bethel Classes are generally held on Sunday mornings, contact Barb Johnson, Tom Pons or Paul Ebel for more information.
- Salt Shakers: Time to sign up for Salt Shakers! Contact Kathleen Pearson for further information or click here.
- Library: Contact Myra or Leo Toomajian for further info or click here.
Have you purchased your copy of the History of South Aiken Presbyterian Church yet? Copies are available in the church office for $10.00. You can contact Mary Ann or Barb Johnson for your copy. The history offers the readers a glimpse of the church’s past fifty years as seen through the eyes of its members. This narrative based on Session Minutes and other church records, tells how the church was founded and describes various ministries and missions of the church across the years. The history includes over 90 photos and written records of 30 oral histories made with current and former members that bring South Aiken’s history to life.