Fall Adult Learning and Spiritual Enrichment

Science and Religion Book Club
Quarks, Chaos & Christianity: Questions to Science and Religion
by John Polkinghorne

  • Class starts October 2
  • Sundays – 11:00 am Zoom – via Zoom ONLY. Be sure to register through the form below to be sent the Zoom link.
  • Leaders: Don McClung, Chris Dozier, and Paul Glewwe
  • $15.79 (Please purchase book via your favorite book seller)

Templeton Award winner and theoretical physicist John Polkinghorne explores the gap between science and religion. “Do we have to choose between the scientific and religious views of the world, or are they complementary understandings that give us a fuller picture than either on their own would provide?” Quarks, Chaos, & Christianity shows the ways that both science and religion point to something greater than ourselves. Topics include: chaos theory; evolution; miracles; cosmology; guest for God; how God answers prayer; our human nature; religious fact and opinion; scientists and prayer.


Back to Basics – Old Testament 101
  • October 2-December 18
  • Sundays – 10:45 am-noon – in-person and Zoom Hybrid, Be sure to register through the form below to be sent the Zoom link.
  • Leader: Stacey Edwards
  • Book $14.00


This 12-week study immerses the participant in the Old Testament. Disciple Fast Track, an adaptation of the original, best selling Disciple Bible Study, provides a viable option for busy people seeking comprehensive engagement over time with the entire biblical text. The full Fast Trak course is 24 weeks: 12 weeks on the Old Testament (fall class) and 12 weeks on the New Testament (spring class.) Participants read a manageable 3-5 chapters of the Bible daily in preparation for the weekly meetings, which last approximately 75 minutes. Class meetings begin with a video followed by discussion.

United Methodist Women (UMW) Book Group

Date: The first Thursday of the month at 7:00p. The group has been meeting via ZOOM. Sign up through the form below.

Facilitator: Julie Konrardy

Join this group of interesting and diverse women of all ages. The group focuses on one book per month. The book list is developed by the group itself.

Oct 6- Stones From the River by Ursula Hegi (500 pages, but we have 2 months to read it)

Nov 3- Fortune by Lisa Sharon Harper

Dec 1- The Beautiful Country by Julie Wang

If you are interested in participating in one of the above ALSET offerings, please complete the form below and click the submit button. (Could you make the previous line a slightly larger font?)

If you have questions, concerns, ideas for classes, or if you are interested in supporting ALSET, either as a committee member or a group facilitator, please reach out to Stacey Edwards, ALSET chair, by clicking here. (You may insert my email address – staceyledwards@gmail.com)