Once a month, members of Shallowford Presbyterian Church between the ages of twenty-something to early thirties gather for Young Adult Bible Study to enhance their faith through Christian beliefs. This monthly discussion led by Rev. Christopher A. Henry allows Shallowford young adults fellowship, Christian education, and a real sense of community.
Young Adult Bible Study
All young adults are invited to join this monthly Bible Study. The group meets one Sunday out of the month at homes throughout the community. Each gathering will take place on a Sunday evening from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. We will begin with dinner and informal conversation, then have a discussion on the topic for the evening. This fall, our discussions will focus on the call to live out of our God-given strengths and talents, to let our lives speak. As we consider significant questions and make major decisions that determine the course of our lives: What should I do? Who should I spend my life with? How should I live? What skills should I develop? What do I believe? We will be talking together about how our faith might impact these decisions.
Called to Life: Reflecting on Vocation
Parker Palmer’s Let your Life Speak: Listening to the Voice of Vocation
|September 10||The Meaning of Vocation||Andrew and Maggie Galbraith (and Allie)
|October 8||Learning to Listen: Practices of Discernment||Rob Pope and Leah Hill|
|November 12||Many Callings, One Life||Katie and Kyle Kilch (and Annie)|
|December 17||Struggles in Vocation||Rachel Breyer|
Young Adult Outings
Shallowford Young Adults also offers fun and interactive outings for members to get to know each other. We encourage you to join us for a fun night of fellowship.