At Kirk in the Hills, adult faith formation is fostered through meaningful and transformative relationship with God and one another. Every program is designed to strengthen our sense of belonging and identity. We offer a wide range of small groups, Bible studies and classes taught by our members, pastors and other excellent guest speakers throughout the year. We invite you to come and grow with us in your faith and love for God and one another! Classes, small groups and Bible studies are in-person, virtual and hybrid. Please check each one to see how they’re meeting!

Christian Doctrines

Leader: Rev. Angela Ryo

When: Sunday, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Group: adult, class, formation

Category: Adults, Sunday Class

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Christian Doctrines
January 16, 23, 30
10 AM (In-person and on Zoom) & 11:45 AM (Heritage Hall)
"Christian Doctrines" is a 3-week series that explores some of our major beliefs and why we believe them. Although designed for our church officers (deacons, ruling elders and trustees) and new members, these classes are open to all! Come and learn about the doctrines of Trinity and Church and what it means to live the ordained life. Register today! 
If prompted, the Zoom password is Kirk with a capital "K".

January 16, 2021
10 a.m. hybrid Upper Room
11:45 a.m. Heritage Hall
Teacher: Rev. Marjorie Wilhelmi

THE TRINITY: For centuries, Christians has sung, prayed, confessed their faith, and gone out into the world in the name of the One God we know as Father, Son and Holy Spirit—God in Three Persons, blessed Trinity!  How can this be?  Since the earliest days of Christianity, we have struggled to wrap our heads and hearts around this doctrine.  It may be tempting to shrug our shoulders and say “It’s a mystery!” and indeed it is.  But could it also hold a powerfully transformative insight into who God is and how God calls us to live? 

January 23, 2021
10 a.m. hybrid Upper Room
11:45 a.m. Heritage Hall
Teacher: Rev. Marjorie Wilhelmi

THE CHURCH:  We claim to believe in the one holy catholic and apostolic church, but what do we mean when we say that?  What IS the church, really?  Does it still have power and place in our modern society?  And how does the church claim the identity of the Body of Christ in the world today? 

 

January 30, 2021
10 a.m. hybrid Upper Room
11:45 a.m. Heritage Hall
Teacher: Rev. Angela Ryo 

THE ORDAINED LIFE: What does it mean to be ordained and to live an ordained life? What are the questions newly ordained church officers answer? What difference does ordination make in the life of the congregation? We’ll explore the importance of ordination and how we are to grow into and live out the questions we answer at the time of our ordination.

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