School of Christian Living (SCL)

Study the Living Word

Each winter the Chapel offers a series of challenging and enlightening classes known as The School of Christian Living (SCL). The school was started in 1992 by the former Rev. Dr. Arnold Poole and continues to provide high level Christian education to students.

The school is open to the community and begins with food and fellowship at
5:00 p.m.  Class follows at 6 p.m.


Dr. Robert Stamps will be with us for the February SCL.  His biography is in the February Newsletter.  The subjects for his classes are:

THE CHURCH’S WORSHIP
Session #1:  What It Is; What it Means.
Session #2:  Why We Do It; Ways We Mess It Up.
Session #3:  What Presbyterians Believe About Baptism…And Ought To Be Able To Explain To Baptists.
Session #4:  What Presbyterians Believe About The Lord’s Supper…And Ought To Be Able To Explain To Catholics.

There will be three SCL classes in March. Ash Wednesday Services are on March 6th and there will be no SCL on that date.

The three classes will be led by Rev. Issa Saliba:
Theme: “LIGHT ON THE BIBLE

March 6th:    Ash Wed Service (no SCL)
March 13th: The Bible: God’s Word to Us
March 20th:  Biblical Archaeology: Recent Discoveries
March 27th:  The Dead Sea Scrolls