The Carrick class is a diverse class whose members have a variety of ages and backgrounds and are at different places along their faith journey. We have Bible study alternating each year between the New and Old Testaments with the intent of learning the history of a passage and its contemporary correlation. Interspersed throughout the year, we explore a variety of socially and spiritually relevant topics. Past studies have included: the book of Genesis, forgiveness, African-American Spirituals, Paul’s Pastoral Letters, Easter traditions throughout the world, and “Strong Women” of the Bible. One of the greatest strengths of our class is the variety of teachers who bring their own personal teaching styles to the class, utilizing a variety of techniques, like lecture, discussion, guest speakers, and videos to explore a topic. We love visitors and are always open to new suggestions for topics of interest.

We are starting our study of the Minor Prophets! Please join us on our journey through this part of the bible as we attempt to learn the history and look at its current relevance.Rob Jones is going to lead the discussion about Hosea on September 16 and 23.  Hosea which means “Salvation” is a story with two meanings. Hosea’s love story parallels the Jews tumultuous relationship with God. It is also a message to us to day about God’s steadfast love for us.

Please join us.

The Carrick Class meets in Heritage Classroom # 3, third floor, on the sanctuary level.



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