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Adults

Adult Sunday Classes

Join us for one of our exciting Adult Sunday School Classes.  Whether you choose to attend in-person or online, there is a class for you!  Please look through the options below for details and reach out to the class teacher or contact for more information including Zoom Access if applicable.

For more information about Adult Sunday School at FPC, contact Becky Prichard (beckyp@fpcsat.org)


10:00 AM Adult Sunday School Classes

Class: Arthur Gray Jones
Time: 10:00 am
Room: St. Andrew’s Room
Teacher/s: Harry Schwethelm, Harry.Schwethelm@satx.rr.com, 210-826-5960
Description: Arthur Gray Jones class has been in continuous existence since the 1920s, with a tradition of warm fellowship and good discussion.

Class: Bridges
Time: 10:00 am
Room: Covenant Hall
Contact: Heatherb@fpcsat.org
Description: Join us as we study God’s Word together.

Class: Connections
Time: 10:00 am
Room: 224
Teacher/s: Boxy Hornberger and Trebes Sasser
Class Contact:   Charlotte Milner, charlottebellmilner@gmail.com, 210-415-6704 and
Deanna Rickabaugh, dyrickabaugh@yahoo.com, 512-925-8759
Description: We seek to understand more fully the practicality and relevance of God’s word to our lives. We seek to connect more deeply to the  Word and to each other as we read and discuss the scripture associated with Sunday sermons.

Class: Dig-In:  The Life of Jesus
Time: 10:00 am
Room: 304
Teacher: Rev. Becky Prichard, beckyp@fpcsat.org, 210-271-2732
Description: Join us as we study the life of Jesus from birth to resurrection to ascension and how Jesus makes a difference in our lives today. This curriculum will follow the same Scripture lessons week to week that our children’s and youth Sunday school classes will follow so that families can live deeper into God’s Word and grow together! This class is open to all adults who want to learn more about Jesus’ life through the study of the gospels, so even if you do not have children or youth, all are welcome to join!

Class: Faithful Explorers
Time: 10:00 am
Room: 226
Teacher/s: Chuck Bunn, teller@bunngroup.com, 210-413-2370 and Pat Brodeen pat@brodeen.com,
210-494-1534
Description: We will begin an in-depth, verse by verse study of 1 and 2 Corinthians and how the word applies to our lives.

Class: Sermon Discussion
Time: 10:00 am
Room: Room 302
Teacher/s: Asha Shirwaikar, ashade98@gmail.com, and Rev. Mitchell Moore, mitchellm@fpcsat.org
Description: Connect on a deeper level with God’s word and God’s people during the Sunday School hour. The class will include a facilitated discussion on the Sunday morning sermon passage. Every age and stage are welcome to join!

Class: Thirty Minutes for Theology
Time: 10:15 – 10:45 am
Room: Geneva Room
Teacher/s: Rev. Dr. Bob Fuller
Contact: Eugene Garcia, eugeneg@hurdenterprises.com, 210-218-7203 and
Mike Charlton, charlton@uthscsa.edu, 210-682-8677
Description: FRONTIER FAITH: WHAT PRESBYTERIANS BELIEVE. As part of our 175th Anniversary Celebration, we will reach back into our FPC history with a series based on a pamphlet called What Presbyterians Believe, by Reverend Dr. PB Hill. Dr. Hill was a Texas Ranger Captain and the colorful minister of First Presbyterian Church from 1922-1940. This tract is a great summary of the essential beliefs of our Presbyterian family. My hope is that in our 175th year, this class will provide an opportunity to introduce both our history and foundational doctrines to people who want to know more about who we are and what we believe, and where we stand today. TMT is for new Christians, experienced Christians, seekers, and anyone who likes to talk about the big questions of faith. Whether you drop in or come every week, you are welcome to join us for thirty minutes of theology.

Class: University Ministries Sunday School
Time: 10:00 – 10:45 am
Room: 300
Teacher/s: Alex Solorio
Contact: Alex Solorio, alexs@fpcsat.org, 832-455-8752
Description: Join us for breakfast and time together as we follow a curriculum designed especially for college students.

Class: The Uncomfortables
Time: 10:00 am
Room: 228
Teacher/s: Neil Williams, nwilliams48@hotmail.com, 210-523-1653
Description: This is a class that explores the issues of faith in our modern world and takes on subjects or topics that sometimes make others “uncomfortable”.  We continue our discussion of C.S. Lewis’ “Mere Christianity”.