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Adult Education

St. John's encourages regular study of Scripture at every stage of a Christian's life.  Read on for our current and upcoming course offerings. This fall our Education Opportunities will occur virtually.

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{SJLC @9:30} (Sunday mornings)

The Gospel of Luke

Begins Sunday, January 2 at 11:00 a.m. 

Join us for a Sunday morning study of the Gospel of Luke. The third Gospel of the New Testament, the Gospel of Luke, portrays Jesus as the Savior for all mankind. The scope of Jesus’ life and ministry, his death and resurrection, is one of compassion and mercy for everyone: Gentiles, women, and outcasts. Contained in Luke’s Gospel are unique passages not found in the other Gospel writers: the parables of the Good Samaritan, the Prodigal Son, the Unjust Judge, and the Pharisee and the Tax Collector. Luke’s account of the birth of Jesus is by far the most detailed. Luke, who was not an eyewitness of Jesus, reveals that he took great care in collecting information for this Gospel account, which is dedicated to a certain Theophilus. The Gospel of Luke is Year C of the 3-year lectionary readings that we are now hearing in worship. There will be 12 sessions running from January 2 – March 20, 2022

Classes will be in-person; however, there is a virtual option for those wishing to participate remotely.  To register, please click here.

Midweek Studies

An Odd Couple, Jonah and Ruth: Lessons for Our Fractured World  

2nd and 4th Wednesday Mornings 10:00-11:30 a.m.

This class meets virtually Wednesday mornings from 10:00 – 11:30AM. The 9 sessions in this unit (four on the book of Jonah and five on the on the book of Ruth) come from Kerygma. Jonah shows the original readers of the book, as well as us, what a picture of their bigotry and hatred of foreigners and enemies looks like to God. Ruth shows what life lived in performing deeds of הסתה (loving kindness and mercy) looks like to us and to God. The Midweek Bible Class meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month beginning at 10AM on January 26, led by Pastor Meehan. Right now, the class is meeting virtually. Click here to register for this class.

All are welcome to attend, learn and enjoy!  Questions?  Please contact the Church Office (office@sjlc.com or  703-971-2210).

Tuesdays @2 on Facebook LIVE

Tuesdays at 2:00 pm via SJLC Facebook page

Tuesdays at 2 will return in the New Year on Tuesday, January 25 with a study of the Apocrypha.  Join Pastor Meehan and DCE Jennifer Hills as they provide an in-depth study of the time between the Testaments.  What is this mysterious writings all about?  Why do we not consider them a part of canonized scripture?  What history and stories do these books contain? Watch it here.

Ongoing: Small Groups