Adult education at Gethsemane helps individuals grow in their knowledge of God’s word and what God is doing in the world. Studying God’s word and wrestling with tough questions within the context of the church both lead to growth in faith. The community of believers is a secure place to explore our spirituality and Gethsemane offers a variety of faith formation opportunities for adults. Whether you have been involved with church throughout your life or are new to the Christian faith, we welcome you. For further information on adult education programs, contact Judy Reuning, Adult Education Ministry Team Coordinator.
Adult Education on Sundays
Lifetime Learning, Christian Education about life, for life and for a lifetime, meets at 10:45 am in the Multi-purpose Room after worship service. It provides a wide ranging study of timely topics and draws upon the full resources of Gethsemane’s lay leaders, pastor, Trinity Lutheran Seminary faculty, and community experts. Click here for current class topics.
For further information on Adult Education on Sundays, contact Judy Reuning, Adult Education Ministry Team Coordinator.
Brown Bag Bible Study: Wednesday's at Noon
This group, led by Bob Davis and Dick Lyndes, meets in the church library on Wednesdays at noon. Their goal is to study God's Word, usually verse by verse, injecting all kinds of personal experiences while doing our best with God's guidance to make it relevant to the issues in our lives. Class topics to be announced soon. Contact the Church Office for more information.
First Reflections: Monday Morning Bible Study
This group meets at Le Chatelaine (627 High Street, Worthington) at 8:00am every Monday. Their discussion is based on the lectionary readings for the upcoming Sunday. Contact Paula Sauer for more information.
Connections: Faith at Work: First Friday of the month
Many of the groups at Gethsemane such as Faith at Work and Care Groups offer good learning opportunities as well as fellowship. Faith at Work meets at Bob Evans on Olentangy south of King Ave in the University area from 7 to 8 am for confidential discussion on the connections between our faith life and the many dimensions of work whether at a job, church, home or volunteer.