Sunday Morning Adult Education
Join us each Sunday in the Fellowship Hall (unless published differently) at 9:45 AM. Offerings include guest speakers, table discussion topics, opportunities for service, video presentations and Bible study. Each Sunday is a stand-alone learning opportunity — you are welcome any time. 

March 26 and April 2: We will view short documentaries from the Late Life Series put together by TPT on late life care for Minnesotans living with serious illness. These films will provide a backdrop for discussion on end-of-life topics like leaving a legacy and identifying what matters most to us as we age. 

April 9: Palm Sunday - no adult forum
April 16: Happy Easter - no adult forum

April 23: Raised Up in Faith
Was Bible Camp a part of your Christian upbringing?  Can you still remember Bible passages that you learned through skits or songs around a campfire? Travis Aufderheide, the site director from Green Lake Bible Camp, will be with us to talk about the important role that camp has in raising up people in faith. Travis will also share opportunities at camp for campers “beyond the traditional camp age” and Gethsemane’s role in the “Shining Up Shores” fundraiser.

April 30: Immigration 101 
It seems that everywhere we turn these days there is conversation about Immigration and Immigration system reform. Join us this week for a basic overview of the U.S. Immigration system provided by Immigration Attorney, Alison Brandel-Douglas. Alison will help us understand the facts behind all of the opinions. She will also describe for us what a deportation case looks like.  

Behold!, a lectionary-based bible study, is held weekly on Thursday mornings at 10 AM. Participants consider the texts appointed for the coming Sunday.

Men's Bible Study Groups are formed out of the Men's Ministry and meet around each small group's preferred schedule.

Circles are women's groups that meet for bible study, fellowship and service. 

The Dominick Memorial Library has books, magazines, videos and other resources for both children and adults.