Sunday School

Glenn offers a variety of Sunday morning classes to help you connect with others and learn more about your faith. Not sure which class is right for you? Contact Rev. Susan Pinson for more information on Sunday School classes, Small Groups, or other Bible studies. Visit our Children’s page for more information on classes for kids.

And before Sunday School begins, be sure to stop by Holy Grounds Cafe in the Ward Fellowship Hall for a light breakfast, coffee, and fellowship.

 

Glenn Next Community - Parlor, Room 305 (Young Adults)

Select Sundays at 9:45 a.m. in the Parlor
Connecting with the Christian faith, with other young adults, and with the larger community. Members include singles and couples, and most members are in their 20s or 30s. The class is informal, with a focus on Bible study, social gatherings, and service to the community.
Contact Dena Mellick

April 22 - Dead Sea Scrolls
May 6 - Dead Sea Scrolls
No class May 13 - Mother's Day
May 20 - Dead Sea Scrolls
 

Ventures in Faith - Room 211 (Middle age+)

Sundays, 9:45 a.m.
Includes topical Bible studies and discussions of issues related to faithful living. We are a welcoming, lively, and caring class, seeking greater understanding of our faith tradition and our spiritual journey with God. Join us for conversation, study, and service.
Contact Gordon Boice

April 15 - Betty Bentley Watson will lead a discussion on Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever to Reverse Global Warming
April 22 - Earth Day speaker Stephen Jurovics, author of Hospitable Planet
April 29 & May 6 - Dave Speno will lead a discussion on Thomas Moore and his book Care of the Soul
 

The New Class - Room 422 (Young adults, Middle age, Retirees)

Sundays, 9:45 a.m.
Now more than 10 years old, the New Class was formed to explore issues of faith in professional life. Class members have read and discussed books and articles on a variety of issues, including the Bible, ethics, Methodism, politics, ecclesiology, and other faiths.
Contact Cindy Runyon (404.634.7881)

April 29 - Thomas Thangaraj, Brooks Professor Emeritus of World Christianity on Pluralism and Christian Belief – A View of World Religions
May 6 and 13 - Carl Holladay, Charles Howard Candler Professor of New Testament on New Testament Perspectives on the Afterlife (Two sessions)
May 20 - Karen Scheib, Professor of Pastoral Care and Pastoral Theology on Suffering, Evil and Theodicy
May 27 - William Brown, McPheeters Professor of Old Testament, Columbia Theological Seminary on Science and Biblical Stories of the Creation
 

Ecko Class - Library (Middle age, Retirees)

Sundays, 9:45 a.m.
A small group gathering that centers around coffee and faith discussions.
Contact Irene Neely (404.377.2385)
 

Live ‘N' Learn - Room 419 (Young adults, Middle age)

Sundays, 10:00 a.m.
Join us for sharing about our own faith journeys, the joys/challenges of work-life balance, and usually a good Bible study, too!
Contact Reid Mallard (404.636.6531)