Adult Christian Education

Christian education does not happen quickly. Christian education is not something we do once as children—then when we get older, we’ve simply got it. No, Christian education is a lifelong process of learning, believing, growing, and serving. Christian education is a never-ending process that is enabled in Christian community, as Christians continue to study, worship, fellowship, and serve together.

The lessons of Christian education make it possible for us to practice love and to live as children of God. How well we—children, youth, or adults—learn those lessons day by day will determine what kind of church we are Sunday by Sunday.


Adult Christian Education (ACE) Sunday morning Classes: All are welcome. Come as you are able. Class times 9:30am - 10:30am.  Feel free to try groups without a commitment to all sessions and then attend the group you like, as you are able.  For more information about the Adult Christian Education studies, an information table is located in the Gathering Room, or contact Pat Steele or the church office at (630) 554-3269.

9:30 ACE class  Adult study during Sunday School hour.  Join us in the Meditation Room Sundays at 9:30.   Led by Janet McCarty  For many, the Christian life feels like a long game of "Jesus Says": Jesus says pray; Jesus says give; Jesus says go to church. In Follow, an eight-session DVD Bible study, pastor and bestselling author Andy Stanley helps your small group discover that Jesus' invitation is an invitation to relationship. It begins with a simple request - follow me.  Andy Stanley takes you on a journey through the Gospels as he traces Jesus' teaching on what it means to  follow. 
We meet every Wednesday at 10:00 at Panera. 
Currently studying the Book of Exodus. All are Welcome!
GENESIS STUDY: Pat Steele is leading a study of Genesis Fridays, at Salsa Verde  in Oswego. Meet us at 11:30 if you want to join us for lunch or 12:00 if you want to join us for study. You are welcome to call Pat Steele with any  questions  (630) 465-6437. 
BOOK CLUB: The next book club meeting will be 6:30 Tuesday, February 18th at Donna Trinko’s home. We are reading This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger. This is a magnificent novel about four orphans on a  life-changing odyssey during the Great Depression, from the bestselling author of Ordinary Grace. If you have any questions, please contact Mary McCannon.