Christian education is a vital part of Church Street’s ministry in the community. Since its beginning and because of its proximity to the University of Tennessee, Church Street has been home to and attracted scholars of all types: religious and biblical leaders, historians, artists and architectural experts, community and social justice leaders, and more. Whether it is engaging with one of our Sunday School classes or attending a special lecture series or educational event, there is always something new to learn at Church Street.
Upcoming Education and Study Opportunities at Church Street for Adults
Check back soon for the registration Zoom link to join each study. Once you register, you will receive an email with the link to join the study. The links will also be shared in upcoming Messenger emails from the church.
Finding Peace in an Anxious World
Led by Celia Ferguson and Presented by the Church Street United Methodist Women
Finding Peace in an Anxious World will be offered four Mondays in October, beginning October 5.
Disciple Fast Track Old Testament Study
with Rev. Jim Bailes
Disciple Fast Track: Old Testament Study will be offered by Rev. Jim Bailes on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 pm. This is a 12-week study. Begins Tuesday, September 15.
Paul, Prisons, and Faithful Witness in Our Time
with Rev. Tim Best
Rev. Tim Best will lead a study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians in conversation with books and articles on prisons and mass incarceration. Paul wrote Philippians in prison and this letter continues to serve as a powerful witness to Christian faith. This study will take place on Sunday afternoons at 4 pm. Begins September 13.
Grateful, by Diana Butler Bass
with Rev. Catherine Clark Nance
Rev. Catherine Nance will offer a six-week study of Diana Butler Bass’ Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks, beginning Thursday, September 24 at 10 am.
Order through Cokesbury ($11.49)