Sheridan encourages spiritual formation in adults leading to transformation, growing in understanding of God’s unconditional grace and love. As much as Jesus loved children, he called adults to be his disciples and to be transformed. Adults are called to be agents of change in our world. The Bible has many stories of Jesus teaching adults and blessing the children. It is through adult faith formation, that followers of Christ understand their fears and work through tough issues with a mature biblical perspective.
Adult faith formation takes on various forms and activities that include focused learning on Biblical topics, meaningful conversation, attentive listening, and practicing the disciplines of a Christian way of life. Sheridan’s ministry for adults in all of the various seasons of life strives to help us live God’s promises as the family of God and to equip all of us to be formed and transformed as disciples of Christ.
Adults may join classes at any time. Registration is indicated if needed to attend.
Any needed class resources may be purchased on your own or at our OneSent Market just off of the Great Hall.
Current Ongoing Adult Bible Studies
Sunday Morning Bible Study
Sunday mornings at 9:45am
All are welcome to come to the Church office Conference Room
Upcoming Classes & Events
Wednesdays @ Well begins Sept. 11. Learn more.
Wednesdays; 6:30-7:30pm; Worship Center
Join Pastor Greg as he dives into Sheridan’s worship; why we do what we do and what we are studying.
Wednesdays; 6:30-7:30pm; Room 111
Being a parent is the hardest job that we love. The days are long and the years are short. In seven sessions, this class will be a combination of helpful advice, practical teaching, personal stories, small group discussion and call to action to become better parents. Parents of children, pre-teens and teenagers are welcome. Class taught by Pastor Eric Bostrom.
New Women’s Study: First Corinthians, Living Love When We Disagree
same study offered on two different days: Wednesdays at 6:30 pm OR Thursdays at 9:30am; Begins Sept. 11 OR 12; Room 646
How can we work out our differences and disagreements in a loving way and remain true to what we believe? In this six week Bible study we’ll explore Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians to discover how we as Christians are to deal with conflict and divisions and how to handle our differences with humility and grace always showing the radical love of Jesus Christ. Workbooks are available in OneSent for $12 + tax. Study facilitated by Deacon Kathy Paisley.
GriefShare – 13-week sessions
Thurs., Sept. 5-Dec. 5; 6:30-8:30pm; Room 522
This is an opportunity to be around people who understand what you are feeling. You will learn valuable information about facing your new normal in life and renewing your hope for the future. You are welcome to join the session at any point during the 13 weeks.
Learn more about GriefShare.