On Sunday mornings in the summer months, Pullenites are working through a series entitled: “What’s Trending? Keeping Faith in a Complex World.” Our lives are increasingly fast-paced and complex, which presents both opportunities and challenges for being faithful lovers of justice and mercy. We will consider trends in a number of areas and reflect on how we can respond in life-giving ways.
The schedule looks like this:
- June 9: Demographic/Religious Trends
Mary Moore — Pew Religion Report Study Group
- June 16: Political Trends
Mark Nance — NCSU Political Scientist
- June 23: Health Trends
Pam Silberman — NC Institute of Medicine CEO
- June 30: Ecological Trends
Laurie Cone & Karen Kelly — Pullen Care of Creation Class
- July 7: NO SUNDAY SCHOOL
- July 14: Economic/Employment Trends
Allan Freyer — NC Justice Center Budget Analyst
- July 21: Educational Trends
Ann McColl — NC Association of Educators General Counsel
- July 28: Technological Trends
Mike Amburn — Red Hat Product Manager
- August 4 Where Faith Fits In
Adult Education Committee
Summer Sunday school for adults is held in Finlator Hall from 9:45 AM until 10:45 AM on the above dates.
Youth Summer Sunday School
The youth will be covering the same topics as adults each week, but from the perspective of their generation. All youth will meet together in the Youth Room.
Children’s Summer Sunday School
During Summer Sunday school, the kindergarten through fifth grade (e.g. rising 1st graders through rising 6th graders) will meet together in Room 125 for lessons and activities focused on caring for all of Creation. This topic will offer great connections for the children as we celebrate Creation Season in worship during the month of June. Childcare will also be available for the three, four and five year olds in Room 120 and for nursery, toddlers and two year olds in Room 117.
Sunday school begins at 9:45 AM. We hope you will join us!