Classes, Bible Studies and Forums
Ongoing Classes and Bible Studies for All Adults
Faith Awareness Classes
Sunday Mornings at 10:00AM, Library
Join with other adults in community as they study and discuss scripture or scripturally-based books to learn the meaning of our faith, the beliefs of others, and how to grow in discipleship as followers of Jesus. Class is led by Neil Lindstrom.
Ongoing Classes and Bible Studies for Women
Women in the Word
Women in the Word meets Mondays, 9:30-11:00 am on Zoom. Women of all ages are invited to join us as Pastor Peter Hintzoglou leads us through the Book of Acts. This group is often referred to as the largest small group at LCPC. It has an intimate feel with about 25 members and a focus on Bible study and prayer. All are welcome! For details contact Cindy Olah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Bible Study
The women of La Canada Presbyterian Church are warmly invited to join Community Bible Study, for our 2021/2022 study Turning the World Upside Down, a survey of Christian Living, using Philemon, 1, 2 and 3 John, and Jude, and Christian Leadership, using 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus, and also the Book of Joshua. CBS is a Christ-centered interdenominational Bible study that meets on the campus of LCPC beginning on Monday, September 13, and continuing through May 2022. We will meet on Monday mornings, from 9:30 to 11:30 AM. There will be childcare for pre-school aged children as well as for infants during our Monday morning meetings, and we plan to provide Bible lessons to pre-school aged children sometime later this year. We also offer an evening remote group on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM on Zoom. To register, contact Carolyn Fariss, Coordinator, at Carolyn.Fariss33@gmail.com, or register directly at https://crescentavalley.cbsclass.org/.
A History of Evangelicals in America
Thursdays, 7-10PM, beginning September 30
New Theological Seminary of the West invites LCPC members to audit courses to deepen their biblical and theological knowledge. They have an upcoming online class called, A History of Evangelicals in America" taught by Rev. Dr. John D'Elia, that will be offered on Thursday evenings starting September 30. For more information about the class, audit fees, and how to register, click here.