Adult Education

The mission of the Adult Education ministry is to help every adult fulfill his or her potential as a disciple of Jesus Christ. To support this mission we offer a variety of opportunities: Bible studies, Inquirers’ Classes, topical classes, guest lecturers, a fall retreat, and other occasional events.

Sunday mornings from September through May, there are Adult Education offerings: a Bible study, a topical/issue class and/or a practical application class.

Click here to view the full fall 2019 Adult Education schedule.

The Reformed Institute

The Meeting House is a founding member of the Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington. The Reformed Institute is a cooperative effort of several local Presbyterian churches, seeking to draw on the resources of the Reformed tradition to deepen our faith and understanding, and challenge our minds in the service of God. The Reformed Institute offers various classes, lectures, special events, and retreats, as well as providing a variety of resources through its website and Company of Teachers. To learn more about upcoming Reformed Institute offerings, visit the Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington website.

Featured Events

9:30 am - 10:40 am
Human Rights in Christian Perspective—Care for the Poor: Economic and Social Rights

Location: Heritage Hall
Continuing the theme of human rights and our Christian faith, this session focuses on social and economic rights the right to housing and related issues.

9:30 am - 10:30 am
Human Rights in Christian Perspective—Light to the Nations: Rights of Migrants, Refugees, and Asylum Seekers

Location: Heritage Hall
In the final week of our exploration of human rights, we examine global and U.S. border immigration policy in the context of Christian responsibility and international law.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Midweek Connections: Singing Our Faith in an Ever-Changing World

Location: Fellowship Hall
This fall’s Midweek Connections series will examine our tradition and indeed, our mandate, to sing our faith, realized through the centuries and manifested in our generation in our current hymnal.