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Why Join Adult Education at Brick Church?

The Christian life is a journey, and we never cease to travel, learn, and grow. Adult education offerings at The Brick Church are meant to help church members and friends on their spiritual journeys. We join in Adult Education to grow in faith in the God revealed in Jesus Christ, to understand the Bible and the Christian tradition, to apply our faith as we engage in conversation with the world, and to live fully and faithfully as individuals and with our neighbors. Come grow and learn.

Adult Education meets at 10 a.m. in the Living Room on the Third Floor of the Parish House. All are welcome; bring friends and enjoy the coffee and light breakfast items. Childcare is provided on the Youth Floor beginning at 9 a.m. For more information, please contact Rev. Rebekah McLeod Hutto
 
Recordings of previous lectures can be found here.

Anniversary Sunday Lecture Feb. 26 9:30a.m.

Presbyterians, the Revolutionary Spirit, and America's Original Sin
In this lecture, Dr. James Moorhead will discuss the ways in which Presbyterians participated in and contributed to the spirit of the American Revolution, then examine how they approached the question of slavery (America's original sin).  Dr. Moorhead’s examination of this topic will go up to the General Assembly's 1818 pronouncement on human bondage. 

On Sunday February 26 Rev. Dr. James Moorhead will speak at 9:30 a.m. in the 3rd Floor Living Room. Moorhead is a graduate of Westminster College (Pa.) and received his MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary and PhD from Yale University. An ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church (USA), he has taught at Princeton Seminary since 1984. He has won the Brewer Prize of the American Society of Church History, was an associate editor for religion of the twenty-four volume American National Biography published by Oxford University Press in 1999, and serves as senior editor of The Journal of Presbyterian History. His research continues to emphasize nineteenth and twentieth-century American Protestantism with special attention to mainstream Protestant denominations since the 1930s. 


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