Central St. Matthew UCC Christian Education

At Central St. Matthew, we believe that the Christian life must be nurtured through education and study in an environment of affirmation and fellowship. We offer a full range of opportunities for education and spiritual growth for children and adults. These include

  • Sunday morning classes
  • Weekly Bible study on Zoom
  • A monthly daytime book club

We also offer special Advent and Lenten studies, as well as occasional  forums concerning current issues and challenges within our neighborhood and the larger community.

Learning Opportunities

Adult Christian Education

Spiritual Gifts Sundays at 9am LEARN MORE

Adult Christian Education - Sundays 9am

Adult Sunday School Facilitator – Tracey Webster

The adult class will be learning about spiritual gifts.

We also have a guided meditation class

Facilitator – Stephanie Osborne

Childrens' Sunday School

Four years - 5th grade After the Sunday service Children's Time LEARN MORE

Childrens' Sunday School

Central St Matthew offers a Sunday school class, for children as noted below. The children’s lessons follow the church lectionary when appropriate. In months where there are five Sundays, children stay in the sanctuary and are involved in the service.

Ages 4 years through 5th grade

Immediately following children’s time during service.

Ages 6th grade and up

Immediately following service in the upstairs youth room-Snacks provided

Church Membership Class

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Church Membership Class

Are you interested in
feeling more involved here at CSM?

You are invited to  learn more about the life and mission of  CSM, the United Church of Christ, and the process of becoming a church member.

Please RSVP by calling the church office

Email the Pastor

Daytime Book Club

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Daytime Book Club

The CSM daytime book club once/month to talk about the books we are reading as well as discussing current events and other topics.

Meetings are generally held on the third Thursday of the month (this could vary at times) at 10 am at the home of Arlean Fermanis.  All are welcome to join us for discussion and fellowship.   There are no prerequisites; you don’t even have to have read the book.

This Month’s Book Selection