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Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church
311 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207

  • Arise, shine; for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you.
    Isaiah 60:1
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Sunday School

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Sunday School information for ALL ages!

January 6 – May 12, 2019

 

Schedule – Sunday mornings  

9:00 am – Breakfast

9:30 am – Classes begin

10:30 am – Worship

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

CHILDREN and YOUTH

 

Together with Jesus (ages 2 and 3-year old) – Room 107

  • The class begins with toddlers and young preschoolers with their parents for story time.
  • After the story, the children go to the childcare area.
  • Leaders – Cynthia Frentz and Marcia Lewis

PreK/K (4 and 5-year old) – Room 208

  • Curriculum – Growing in Grace and Gratitude, published by the PC(USA)
  • Leaders – Katie Williams and childcare helper

1st-4th Grades – Room 206

  • Curriculum – Growing in Grace and Gratitude, published by the PC(USA)
  • Leaders – Sara Sutphin, Jim Boswell

5th-7th Grades – Room C21

  • Curriculum – Feasting on the Word, published by the PC(USA)
  • Leaders – Jonathan Sutphin

Confirmation Class (8th-10th grades)

  • Curriculum – Big God, Big Questions, published by the PC(USA)
  • Leader – Terry Hargrave

***Parents of children are welcome to join the “Parenting Together” Class while their children attend a Sunday school class. ALL are welcome!

 

ADULT CLASSES

 

“Parenting Together Class” – Room 212:

  • Curriculum – various topics/books for discussions
  • Leaders – Tom and Cynthia Frentz and Bob Brown

Mariners – Room 216:

  • Curriculum – Isaiah, Part One, Holy, Holy, Holy, Kerygma Bible study

                       

HBUniversity – Session Room:

January 6-February 3

PC(USA) Social Witness Statements, led by Tim Cargal

  • Standing in a line stretching back through the ministry of Jesus and to the prophets of ancient Israel, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has throughout its history held that it must proclaim its understanding of God’s vision of justice in human relationships at all levels of society. In this five-week series, we will begin by looking at why we believe the development of social witness statements is a fundamental part of our ministry and how this denomination develops and approves such statements. We will then review some of these statements as they relate to prominent issues today.
  • January 6 – Presbyterians and Social Witness
  • January 13 – War, Peace, and International Affairs
  • January 20 – Race and Human Rights
  • January 27 – Economics and the Environment
  • February 3 – Family and Society

 

February 10-March 3: Scott Doelling

  • The Minor Prophets
  • The term minor refers to the length of these tiny books, not to their importance.  We’ll take a quick look at each of the 12 Minor Prophets found in the Old Testament, focusing on the following:
  • Who was the book written for?
  • What was the religious/political backdrop against which the book was written?
  • What theological issues are addressed by the book?
  • How can we 21st century Christians find relevance in the book today?

 

March 10-April 14: Paul Huh and Ben Blake

  • During the 6 weeks of the Lent, we will visit the following 6 Christian practices: Prayer, Forgiveness, Grace, Reconciliation, Spirituality, and Resurrection. Ben Blake and Paul Huh will explore many examples from the churches of both East and West, especially focusing on what Presbyterians believe, and as well as from personal experiences. 

 

April 28-May 19: Bill Williamson

  • John Calvin, the great 16th-century Reformed leader, wrote a commentary on every book of the Bible–except Revelation!  Fools rush in where wise people fear to go, so we’ll take four weeks to look at some of the wild and wooly images of this final book of the Bible.  Led by Bill Williamson                                                                         

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