ADULT SUNDAY ELECTIVES
September Elective: Faith & Science: How Christians Can Approach the Study of Science
Dates: September 3 - 24
Taught by: Betsy Hatten (Learning Commons)
Do Christianity and science contradict each other? How should Christians approach the study of science? Join us in September to discuss the intersection of Christianity and science and to learn more about how the study of science can deepen your understanding and worship of our Creator God.
Betsy Hatten has been attending Mitchell Road since her college days at Furman, where she studied biology. She has been teaching middle school and high school science in Christian schools for 10 years and is currently the Lead Science Teacher at Veritas Preparatory School in Greenville, a Christian, Classical, University-Model school. She and her husband, Jay, have six children.
Taught by: Phil Graybeal & Tim Halbert
Age Group: 60s+
*New Sunday school class beginning September 10
Taught by: Ron Rountree
Age Group: 50s & 60s
Taught by: Sherman Clough
Age Group: 70s+
Topic: A Praying Life
Taught by: Ted Hamm
Age Group: 40s+
Taught by: Ken McCloud
Age Group: 60s+
CHILDREN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL
Check-in at the MR Kids Welcome Desk!
YOUTH SUNDAY SCHOOL
Sunday School for Grades 5th-12th is led by the Youth staff and meets in the Athletic & Youth Center located behind the church, at the rear of the parking lot to the left when you are facing the church.
COLLEGE & CAREER CLASS
Topic: Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion by Rebecca McClaughlin.
Age Group: College students & young working adults
Are you a 20-something looking to join a Sunday school community in the fall? The College and Career Sunday school class will be exploring the book Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion by Rebecca McClaughlin.
Join us as we seek to build community for young adults in our church, as well as tackle some of the hard questions our culture is asking. Books will be provided.