Engage the adults in your congregation with one of our many resources for adult study. These resources from CMP celebrate the human spirit, while remaining grounded in our wonderfully Reformed tradition.
Being Reformed: Faith Seeking Understanding — is a series of biblically based mini-courses that provides adults with a foundational understanding of the Reformed faith. Each six-session study—written by well-known and respected scholars—features Scripture, a prayer, in-depth commentary, and questions for reflection. Each study addresses its subject from a Reformed theological perspective. Learn more.
Based on the well-loved PC(USA) program of the same name, Engage curriculum inspires a journey of prayer and faith-sharing, equips members to live out and share their growing faith, and connects the church with its community. Each seven-session curriculum resource—Engage: Gospel, Engage: Discipleship, and Engage: Mission,—was developed in partnership with the Office of Evangelism, PC(USA), and Congregational Ministries Publishing.
Through the exploration of biblical text, adult study groups are invited into a deepened relationship with God. The Present Word engages participants in an experiential style of learning—connecting faith and life. This quarterly resource features an Adult Leader’s Guide and an Adult Student’s Book. Learn more.
We have so many members of our church who join from other denominations....I think these Adult Ed. pieces would be an invaluable tool for orienting them to what it means to be a part of the Reformed Tradition/Presbyterian. I also am pleased to see improvements in the Sunday School curriculum....when I taught it at the elementary level about 15 years ago, I must confess, it was not very inspiring! :/
I am an ex Roman catholic and became a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Manasquan NJ on Oct 24th 2010.I am very happy to now be a Presbyterian and I joined this site and created an account.I want to learn more about being Reformed and being Presbyterian. I am interested in the being Reformed Curricualum. I have come to truly love the Presbyterian church and the PCusa
Margot, CMP does not have studies that feature a guest speaker on DVD, followed by discussion. If you would like to hear more about our Being Reformed studies that offer great opportunity for adult discussion and faith formation, contact email@example.com. We look forward to sharing more ideas with you.
Do you have any curriculum that have a "guest speaker" by way of a DVD and then a discussion to follow that the class can participate in?