Take an adult faith class at Wayzata Community Church! Following Easter, spring classes offer hope, positivity, kindness and empowerment— where we can see and celebrate faith at work in our lives.
If you have questions about Adult Faith Formation, please contact Rev. Rustin Comer, Minister of Faith Formation.
SPRING CORE CLASSES
Celebrate What’s Right In the World
Taught by numerous facilitators
April 15-May 13
6:30-8:00 p.m., Piper Library
Class fee: $30
It’s easy to overlook the many good things around us when anxious times of divisiveness, intolerance and resentment confront us daily. This five part series will offer a reassuring antidote through hope, positivity, loving-kindness and empowerment. The first two sessions will explore Nobel Laureates Desmond Tutu and The Dalai Lama’s dialogue captured in The Book of Joy. Session three will be a viewing and discussion of the TED Talk What’s Good in the World. The final two sessions will highlight the Mayo Clinic’s Guide to Stress Free Living and explore the importance of play in our lives (adults too!). The class fee covers course materials. Scholarships are available. Contact Nan Peterson for more information (email@example.com; 612-916-6202). Click here to register for this class.
Discovering Faith in Everyday Life Experiences
Teacher: Rev. Mike Halleen
April 15-May 13
4:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., Chapel
Class fee: $20
Many of us do not think of faith as a daily occurrence. We hope we will have some—have enough—faith to help us through difficult times when they come. But we often miss the frequent and wonderful moments when we are surrounded by the reality of the very faith we hope for. Using Mike’s book You Are Rich as a guide, we’ll explore some of those moments when we can see and celebrate our faith at work—in our relationships, our circumstances, our choices, and yes, in the hard situations some of us face. Click here to register for this class.