Adult Education and Fellowship Opportunities

Faith formation and education does not stop when you graduate high school. As adults we are called to renew our faith through study, devotion, encouraging spiritual practices, and lifting up spiritual gifts. Your interests and personal needs guide this renewal and reflect where God is calling you. We bet there are others at LMC who share the same interests and needs.

On-going adult education opportunities meet regularly to journey in faith together. 

  • Small Groups are typically volunteer-led. These groups are always open to new members. Contact the office for more information about current small group offerings.

Seasonal Studies are short-term studies on a wide variety of topics. Previous studies include a series studying the life and teachings of theologian and Nazi resistor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, an advent devotional series focusing on world hunger, a book study on the meaning of “God” and how we talk about our personal faith stories, a conversation surrounding faith, sexism and justice, and book studies on race and faith including I'm Still Here by Austin Channing Brown, Sabbath as Resistance by Walter Brueggemann, and Raising White Kids by Jennifer Harvey.

We recognize that adults crave community and fellowship just as much as our youth, and we strive to provide varied opportunities for adults to come together.  

  • Lunch with Luther is a weekly, daytime lunch series about the weekend's Bible readings led by Pastor Lindsay specifically for our senior members. 
  • LMC Women’s Ministries (WELCA) focuses on ministries by and for women. WELCA sponsors a number of small groups that meeting monthly with focuses on Bible study, spirituality, service, crafting, and books. WELCA also sponsors a number of community events including the Fair Trade Advent Sale and the ever-popular Chili Cook-Off.