The Carrick class is one of the more diverse church school classes as First Presbyterian. We have a wide variety of age groups and backgrounds. For this reason, we study a wide range of materials that include some intense bible study, theological book reviews and topical studies such as church history, cultural issues and scriptural context. We also are fortunate to occasionally bring in outside speakers from the Univ. of Tennessee, other congregations and the Presbytery at large. We would love to have any visitors that are new to First Presbyterian Church or maybe have been lifelong members that have never “plugged in” to a church school class.
Join us off level P2 between the Fish Pantry and the Jesus Friends Classroom. We are directly under the Fellowship Hall facing the bus station and our classroom can be entered directly off of the parking deck.
We will embark on a study of I Timothy this fall, spending 2 weeks on each of the 6 chapters.
August 20th will be an introduction entitled “So who is Paul anyway and why was he writing to these people?” led by Debbie Christiansen
Books will be available for purchase for our year long study of I & II Timothy, Titus and Philemon.
This study of these “pastoral letters” should mirror nicely with our “we are the church together” slogan.