First Church cares about the Christian education of all ages. We offer many ways for people of all ages to grow in relationship with God through the exploration of the Bible and its Word to our world today. Through Sunday school, Wednesday evening classes and small group opportunities, your faith will be nurtured and strengthened through the educational ministry of First Church.
9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
The Journey Class meets in the Parlor.
CAN LISTENING TO VOICES OF OTHER RELIGIONS AND FAITH COMMUNITIES LEAD US TO A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING AND PRACTICE OF OUR FAITH TRADITION?
ANNOUNCING; Journeys class fall offering beginning in Sept. 2020
This journey will be a small window on a large subject. Barbara Brown Taylor leads her college students through an adventure to better understand their own Christian faith through the eyes of other great faith traditions. Interspersed with her lectures the class will make field trips in the classroom with videos of leaders of other faith and Christian traditions as they answer the question, “How does your faith address: “Why does a loving God allow evil and suffering?
The Kell Sunday School Class has a rich tradition dating back to the 1970's. Through the years, we have had many projects ranging from Sunday morning class to study groups, seasonal celebrations, service projects for college age students and local homeless shelters, and special projects as they occur. We host a Kell First Friday September through May of each year, meeting in homes to socialize, share and care for one another.
We have hosted the annual Cow Town Service the first Sunday in June for over 30 years. It is a historical tribute to the first church ever built in Wichita by the first congregation to ever worship here. Before there was a Wichita and before there was a Sedgwick County, there was a First Presbyterian Church.
To receive notice of the Kell First Friday events, please consider adding your name to the Kell Class mailing list by contacting Janice Van Sickle at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you.
To assist financially in the education or training of First Presbyterian Church members in order that they may pursue higher education.