The Honeoye United Church of Christ provides several education opportunities.
Tuesday Mornings, 10:00am to 11:30 am.
The Bible study group continues to meet on Tuesday mornings at 10:00am in the Sunday school room. The study usually centers on Lectionary Scripture with a free flowing discussion. This is a great way to draw closer to the Word while enjoying the fellowship of a small study group, and all are welcome to join-either weekly, or as you can.
PLEASE NOTE: If School is cancelled because of snow, or bad weather, there will be NO Bible Study
Sunday Mornings, after the young Christians’ talk.
Sunday School Lessons in January
As we resume our lessons in January we will continue to explore the teachings of Jesus. Below you will find the lesson topics and corresponding scripture versus for each Sunday in January.
I would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about the details of the lessons to sign up for our weekly Sunday School e-mail. By being included in the weekly e-mail you will learn the major points we are teaching for each lesson and how each class is breaking the lesson down. If you would like to be added to our e-mail list please contact me at Beth@stoweconstruction.com.
January 7th: Jesus Eats With Sinners at Matthew’s House (Matthew 9: 9-13)
January 14th: Jesus Heals a Lame Man by the Pool (John 5: 1-18)
January 21st: A Roman Officer Demonstrates Faith (Luke 7:1-10; Matthew 8:5-1)
January 28th: Jesus Eases John’s Doubts (Matthew 11:1-6; Luke 7:18-23)
Celtic Journey: A Spiritual Gathering
Join us on the first Sunday of every month at 6:00pm at the church for Celtic Journey: a Spiritual Gathering. You will benefit from these worship-and-learning gatherings, even if you have not been to any of the Water from an Ancient Well experiences, and it’s an opportunity to invite friends who might come to an alternative type of service. Meetings include song, meditation, prayer, images and discussion, and snacks afterward.
Celtic Journey will repeat on the first Sunday of every month. On February 4th will be a celebration of Saint Brigid’s Day-the start of the Celtic Spring season. Participants will learn how to weave a Brigid’s cross from wheat straw (all supplies will be provided.)