Adult Education Overview

Christ Church offers lots of opportunities for growing in the knowledge of Christ. On Sunday mornings, during the school year, Christ Church clergy and laypersons teach adult classes on various topics beginning at 10:00 a.m.(9:00 a.m. in the summer months.) Bring your Bible!

Other opportunities for study include the Men's and Women's Bible Studies, Neighborhood Groups, and Education for Ministry (EFM), which meet during the week.

Adult Christian Formation is an essential ministry of Christ Church. We offer a variety of Bible studies and small group studies which equip adults to grow more fully into the ‘stature of Christ’ (Ephesians 4.13).

Weekly Bible Studies

Weekly Bible Studies for men and women meet at Christ Church throughout the school year. Coffee and tea are served and the groups are open to all.

Tuesday AM, Men’s Bible Study, led by Father David.

Men’s Bible Study, Lectionary-based study, Gospel Reading: Wednesdays, 7:15-8:15 am, Undercroft.

Women’s Bible Study, Thursdays, led by Father David.

Christ Church Neighborhood Groups
Nothing promotes growth in Christ more than gathering in small communities during the week! Christ Church Neighborhood Groups are ramping up again for our second semester! These small communities of friends gather in people’s homes during the week and are centered on fellowship, study / discussion, and prayer. If you are interested in joining one of our seven groups please contact the church office

Education for Ministry (EfM), is a four year study for the formation of a personal Christian ministry through the development of knowledge, attitude and awareness. Participants often express a more vivid vision of God's activity in their lives and in the world. Classes meet on Tuesday evenings. website:  For information about future classes, enrollment, and tuition, please contact the church office, or EfM leader Clyde Beaty,  

Other groups meet for Bible study and/or prayer and fellowship off campus. For more information about adult Christian formation, please contact Rev. Luckenbach at