Adult Education classes are offered each Sunday morning.
Classes begin at 9:45 a.m. (11:15 am in the summer) and run for one hour.


In conjunction with the Summer Worship Theme: Roamin’ Through Romans: Summer of Mercy, Adult Education will be offering a four sessions review and study of Paul’s Letter to the Romans.

Each session will be held at 11:15 a.m. following the worship service in the Church Library and will
utilize the Bible Project films to learn about the structure and themes of Romans.

**Note: The Bible Project readers will be starting their reading of the
Pauline Epistles with the Letter to the Romans in July.


  • Sunday, July 9Romans Part 1: This film introduces Paul the Apostle and summarizes the historical context and main ideas of the first four chapters.
  • Sunday, July 16Romans Part 2: This film explores the main ideas and flow of thought in chapters 5-16.
  • Sunday, July 23 – Major themes in the Letter to the Romans.
  • Sunday, July 30 – Major themes in the Letter to the Romans.



Each WEDNESDAY, a weekly Wednesday Bible Study will be held in the Chapel from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.  The Bible study will generally involve an exploration of the biblical text that will be preached the following Sunday.  The study will usually be facilitated by either Rev. Scott Ramsey or Rev. Emily Berman D’Andrea — whoever will be preaching the next Sunday.

Bring a bag lunch, a Bible, and a curious heart and mind.  We’ll have fun digging into the Scriptures!  If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Scott or Emily.


Lewinsville offers a variety of classes and special events to guide us during the program year in our individual and corporate journeys of faith, discovery, discernment, and service.

Lively discussions on faith and social issues. Look for our “Faith & Public Policy” classes during select modules during the year.

Probing Biblical and theological study. Each Adult Education module includes a course on the Bible and/or theology.

Life skills and religion and the arts. Our Adult Education classes include one course in this subject area.

Family of Faith Focus. We have an ongoing group of parents who explore what it means and how to raise children in our reformed tradition.

Multiple times and places for learning, including online. Even if you can’t attend all sessions of a class during the 9:45–10:45 hour on Sunday mornings, come when you can. Watch for our annual Lenten Studies program during Lent with a Biblical scholar, our Salzman Lecture each fall, and special Inter-generational events with an education focus.

Faith has been described as belief, commitment, relationship, and mystery. Lewinsville’s adult education program, Christ Care groups, women’s circles, faith and public policy breakfasts, and men’s and women’s retreats are opportunities to explore these dimensions of faith with others.