Webster Presbyterian Church
...that all may come to know Jesus Christ, to love Him, to serve Him, and to enjoy Him forever.


The goal of Adult Education is to help people come to know Jesus Christ, to love Him, and enjoy Him forever.  Adult Education sessions help people to grow spiritually in the company of other Christians and learn how Jesus would have us live our lives today.

Topics include Bible study, exploring what we believe, applying the Bible to life today (prayer, parenting, e.g.), the Church (worship, early history, e.g.), and Church and Society.  Sessions on the missions the church supports and peacemaking topics are also included.  In most sessions, discussion and questions are encouraged.  Different learning modes are also used (presentations, videos, drama, etc.).  Please join us!

“Learning for a Lifetime” is the motto of Adult Education at Webster Presbyterian.  Pastor David Jeremiah writes:  “I believe we should all be enrolled in a lifelong school of continuing spiritual education.  How?  Be a personal student of God’s Word; attend a church that is faithful to building up the saints through strong and faithful teaching; read books of theology and practical Christian living; ask your pastor or others you trust for answers to your questions; share your faith with others and help them gain the knowledge they need.  In short, never stop learning!”


10:45  A.M.  SUNDAYS

Adult Christian Education encourages you to join us for the following presentations during March:

June 4:  Summer Mission 2017 – Challenger Miracle Field

Don’t miss this presentation which will inform you of an exciting project in the Webster community that can offer life-changing experiences for individuals with special needs.  Ron Kampf, the driving force behind this monumental project, will share with us the details of the project and the benefits to those in our community with special needs.  Plan to attend this inspiring presentation!  See the article on page 13 for more information.

June 11:  All Music Sunday

No Adult Ed. classes are scheduled.  You are invited to join us in the Sanctuary for the Children/Youth Arts and Music Celebration.  Our young people will share instrumental, vocal, dance, dramatic reading, and other artistic talents.

June 18:  “Climate Science”

The Peace & Justice Committee is sponsoring a presentation on “Climate Science” by Charlie Brucker, who holds a Ph.D. in Engineering and Physics from Cornell University and has spent the last 11 years teaching math and computer science at San Jose High School in Fremont, CA.

June 25:  “Run With the Horses”

Pastor Larry will continue the popular study and discussion series begun earlier this year based on the book Running With the Horses:  A Quest for Life at its Best by Eugene Peterson.  Four classes will be held, beginning June 25 and continuing on alternate weeks during the summer.  If you need a copy of the book, please contact the church office for information.

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Coffee and Conversation on the Sermon

On Sundays when it seems fitting, you are invited to get a cup of coffee and then come back into the Sanctuary after the 9:30 service for a conversation – a dialogue – together about the text, the sermon, the worship.  Come with questions, comments and thoughts, and we will be one another’s teachers!  Watch the weekly bulletin for details.

Your Ideas Needed!

The Adult Education Committee is seeking members of the congregation who have a special program to share during a Sunday Adult Ed. hour.  Also, if there are ideas for programs, the Committee is open to them!  Contact Bob Smith (315-524-5339) for more information or to share your ideas.


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