Adult Faith Formation

It is out of gratitude that we worship God and want to be more like Christ. We hope you will plan to participate in adult faith formation. It can happen 24/7, on campus and off campus, in person and online. The opportunities are rich. Where would you like to get connected on your faith journey in adult faith formation?

Adult Sunday School

Sunday Mornings in the Summer | 9:45-10:45 a.m. (Unless Otherwise Indicated)

Combined Adult Sunday School Class (GH 123/124, 9:45 AM)
A Sermon for Every Sunday

Come as you are– come once, twice or every Sunday! Everyone is invited to explore God’s Word, make new friends, renew acquaintances whether you’ve attended 100 Sunday School classes or if this is your first!

June 2 through Labor Day, Adult Faith Formation ministry is offering a combined adult Sunday School Class in Grace Hall 123/125 from 9:45-10:45. Using the video-based series “A Sermon for Every Sunday,” each Sunday’s topic is unique.

Drop in when your schedule allows– to meet God in Scripture and in conversation with fellow sojourners in the faith. 

The Academy of St. John (SB 206, 9:15 AM)
Painting the Stars: Science, Religion, and an Evolving Faith, featuring various speakers
Celebrating the communion of science and faith, Painting the Stars explores the promise of evolutionary Christian spirituality. Featuring over a dozen leading theologians and progressive thinkers, participants will have access to a seven-episode program participant reader. Discussion will focus on material shared in class, readings, and weekly video segments.

Connect 3 (Parlor, 9:30 AM)
Living Fully, Dying Well by Rueben Job
Our best decisions about life’s most important events are seldom made in a time of crisis. Living Fully, Dying Well is a book designed to assist us in making careful, wise, and prayerful preparation for meeting life’s most important moments.

The Middle (GH 226)
On Purpose: Finding God’s Voice in your Passion, by Magrey deVega, Sam McGlothlin, Jevon Caldwell-Gross, Susan Robb
In On Purpose: Finding God’s Voice in Your Passion, authors help us see God’s purpose for our lives, how to open ourselves to God’s voice, and how to take the first or next step to follow God’s call. Reading this book and exploring life choices alongside others, individuals will learn how to channel their passions, hear God’s voice, and live the life they were meant to live.

Youngish Adults, (SB 209, aka the Library)
Parenting: Getting It Right by Andy and Sandra Stanley
Start here and feel confident about raising children who will enjoy being together and with you, even when they’re no longer living under your roof.

Beyond Sunday Mornings

Other Days of the Week...

The Friday Morning Bible Study is open to all who want to study Scripture and have great fellowship. The group meets in-person in the Parlor at 7 a.m. on Fridays except first Fridays when the group meets for breakfast at Page’s Okra Grill. Bring your Bible!

Class selects material on a study-by-study basis. This group also typically participates in church-wide small group studies. Meets on the MPPC campus. Sunday at 4 p.m.

Presbyterian Women (PW)


Patricia Tull, author of the 2024–2025 PW/Horizons Bible study Let Justice Roll Down: God’s Call to Care for Neighbors and All Creation, describes her call for creation justice in this way: “When I first learned of the climate crisis, I wondered how a biblical scholar with few practical skills could help and found my purpose in learning about ecology and teaching people of faith what I could. Such is not everyone’s skillset or desire, but each of us has something to do with all our hearts.”

We are called to care for neighbors and God’s creation with all our hearts, with particular care for society’s least powerful members who are disproportionately impacted by unjust systems. In God’s first instructions to the nation of Israel we hear “you shall not pervert the justice due to the poor” (Exodus 23:6); in Moses’ final speech at the promised land’s border, he reiterated, “Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue” (Deuteronomy 16:20); and from Amos, the earliest recorded prophet, “Let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an everflowing stream” (Amos 5:24). Scripture reminds us that we are called to speak out to urge our society to act for just transitions in this fast-changing world.

MPPC has PW Circles that meet monthly from September to May (or June), find one of them works with your schedule below!

PW CIRCLE 3 – “Naomi” – 2nd Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., Parlor

PW CIRCLE 4 – “Circle of Sisters” – 2nd Wednesday at 9:30 a.m, Parlor
PW CIRCLE 5 – “Sisters in Christ” – 2nd Thursday at noon, Parlor
“Keeping the Faith” – 1st Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., Basement. Childcare available.

Contact Ellen Creed Branham at to get connected to one of these circles!

Other Events

Other Events

Check below for a list of any upcoming events geared toward adults in addition to the weekly events listed above. You can also view our calendar at or check the weekly eNews or our social media!