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
Lunch Table Theology
Select Thursdays at noon
This is a new group with a simple purpose; we eat lunch together and talk theology. Participants are invited to discuss the theology of the Ten Commandments in our everyday lives and seek God’s wisdom. Join a discussion group today.
- Lunch Table Theology Central – 1st Thursday (Dec. 5) at Whole Foods.
- Lunch Table Theology East – 2nd Thursday (Dec. 12) at Rock-N-Joe’s.
- Lunch Table Theology Downtown – 4th Thursday (Dec. 26) at The Foundry.
Upcoming Classes & Events
Faithful: Christmas Through the Eyes of Joseph
Wednesdays, Dec. 4, 11, 18; 6:30-7:30pm
This Adam Hamilton video study will immerse you in the story of Christmas from the perspective of Joseph, the step-dad of Jesus. From the beginnings as a humble carpenter to his all-important role as a father-figure for Jesus, Joseph’s place in the Nativity story is sometimes overlooked but contains valuable lessons of courageous faith for us all. As parents who prepare for the birth of a child, I encourage you to make the time on Wednesday’s to grow in faith and prepare for Jesus’ birth. Taught by Pastor Eric Bostrom.
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.