9:00-10:00 a.m. in the Covenant
We do offer a variety of learning opportunities in conjunction with our Sunday
School for people of all ages. Sessions are held from 9:00-10:00 am. Our adult
education offerings are planned by a team of lay members and clergy, sessions
are also taught by lay and clergy.
April Adult Education
In April, plan that Sunday 9:00 am Adult Ed will take a few different
formats than sitting in chairs! Plans include:
Middleton High School student videos on prejudice and micro-aggressions
Look for more info about this date soon!
Cross+generational activity at 9am. Bring an Easter-y snack to share and
join in a fun craft project!
Earth Day work projects
Confirmation presentations on Lenten service projects
Going, Gone--Planning a Good End of Life: You’re never too young to start
thinking for yourself, and about those you love."
This series encourages courageous
conversations with our loved ones and families to ensure that we have the
end of life that we chose. We wanted to make sure that everyone had a chance to learn about this
valuable topic, even if they couldn't make it to 9 am Sunday Adult Ed, so we
created this Google Doc
(click here) full of links and resources. There are videos and
radio broadcasts, newspaper articles and healthcare sites. Hopefully all the
sources will either help you learn if you aren't able to join us, or deep-en
your knowledge if you can.
During the School Year
10:15 am September -- May
Summer Sunday Worship:
9:30 am Memorial Day-Labor Day
Advent Lutheran, ELCA
Worships in the Blessing Room
Community of Hope, UCC
Worships in the Covenant Room
No Summer Sunday School
9:00 am Education For All Ages
During the School Year
Faith in Action for Racial Equity (FARE)
11:45am – 1:45pm
Bring Your Lunch or Snack
This faithful group is moving more deeply into their
work for racial justice, from the what of racial inequity to the “what now”
of racial justice work. The more one engages at a personal level, the more
the journey requires from us. Yet, it is exactly this engagement that
signals a movement from being merely an observer or information-gatherer to
becoming an active participant in the anti-racism movement.
Sunday, April 30, at 11:45 am,
is the group’s next meeting. They will reflect on the personal stories
shared so far, as well as two additional “spiritual autobiographies through
the lens of race.” The group will also make decisions about the next phase
of its work, including how they might be a resource for racial justice
within the wider MCC and the community.
Even if you’re not in the FARE group, you
might have interest in reading samples of spiritual autobiographies through
the les of race that can be found in the “White Privilege: Let’s Talk”
curriculum available free download at
Caring for Our Corner of Creation
What is a “Sense of Place?”
“Caring for Our Corner of Creation” is a study-action program designed to
help congregations carry out mission and ministry with a deepened, enriched,
and engaged sense of place.
Click here to
download a PDF of this program.