Adult Christian Education Schedule –Fall 2017
Starting September 24th, we will continue the church history series
“Reformation Roots”. This past spring, we learned about the man
Martin Luther, and the historic events which surrounded the Reformation
and his life. This fall, we go beyond this to study the post-Reformation era
when denominations were trying to discover common ground rather than
points of disagreements.
September 24th – From Simple to Complex: The New Church finds Common Ground (Book of Concord) Melanchthon leadership
October 1st – Luther’s Legacy: Theology of justification by grace through faith, vocation and priesthood of all believers
October 8th – Swiss Reformation: A Rationalist’s Revolt (Zwingli, Erasmus and Calvin)
October 15th –Radical Reformation: Revolution and Withdrawal (zealots and Anabaptists reformers)
October 22nd – Catholic Reformation: Reaction and Renewal (Council of Trent, Ignatius Loyola and Teresa of Avila)
October 29th- REFORMATION SUNDAY!!! 500TH Anniversary of the Reformation! Viewing of: Rick Steves’ Luther and the Reformation.
Tabor Lutheran Church
Weekly bible studies are held on Sunday mornings at 9:00am in the Lounge. Occasionally, we also have Sunday evening groups, please watch the Tabor Tower and calendar for more details!
Sunday Church School:
9:00-10:15am Sunday mornings and 6:00-7:00pm on Sunday evenings. Classes run from September until the first week in June and are available for children from 3 years through 12th grade. Stop by on a Sunday at 9am and we would be glad to give you more information.
Classes are held throughout the school year, beginning and ending with camping trips to Hammonasset and Calumet in New Hampshire. Classes are held on Sunday evenings at Tabor. Please contact the church office for more information.
1st Communion Classes:
Classes are offered during Lent with the final celebration of their first communion on Palm Sunday at the 10:30am Worship Service. These classes teach on the two sacraments Baptism and Communion. They are held for students once they are in their 3rd & 4th grade year.