At Laguna Presbyterian Church, you’ll find people who are new to the Christian faith or the Presbyterian church, as well as life-long Presbyterians. We welcome you where you are in your journey and pray that you will find this community to be thoughtful and responsive as we discover together who God is, and as we explore ever more fully the depths of Christ’s love. You are welcome to join in!
Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. ~ Mark Twain
Adult Education on Sundays
Several times during the year, noted speakers, e.g., artists, seminary professors, missionaries and others, who help us connect Christian faith with contemporary culture.
Topics have ranged from spirituality in contemporary art to a Fuller Seminary professor bringing biblical balance to end times predictions. We meet on Sundays at 10 a.m. Check the church calendar for upcoming events or email Kathy Sizer.
Do you ever find it difficult to read the Bible? Understanding the Bible isn’t for the few, the gifted, the scholarly. The Bible is accessible. It’s meant to be read and understood by everyone, including you! Let us show you how to read it so it makes sense to you in your life. We offer a wide range of Bible study opportunities, with or without homework.
Pastor Bible Studies
Pastor Jerry Tankersley leads us through the Scripture passages in preparation for Sunday’s sermon. It’s a great way to think through and to grasp what the Bible says about the topic of the week. Everyone is welcome – beginners or long-time Bible students. There is no homework or registration required; just drop-in whenever you can. For more information, email Kathy Sizer.
Tuesdays in Hills Hall at 9:15 am (Women’s Group)
Wednesdays in the Youth Center at 7:00 am (Everyone Is Welcome!)
Seasonal Small Group Studies -
Fall 2014, Paul’s Letter to the Romans – Begins October 12th
Groups meet in the fall and spring for Bible study or book discussion, often related to the Sunday sermons. These six week small groups offer the opportunity for deeper discussion, exploration and living into God’s Word. For more information email Kathy Sizer.
This fall we explore Paul’s letter to the Romans in accompaniment with our sermon series. There are three opportunities for small group discussion of the sermon and Bible study:
All are welcome to this series and there is no charge for the course. Optional reference book is “Paul for Everyone: Romans, Part I” by N.T.Wright, available for $14 at registration. Sign up on the patio or email Kathy Sizer.
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Spiritual direction is an opportunity to discover what God’s will is now for your life, with the help of a trained companion. What is God doing in your life? Where is your life’s best purpose? Often questions such as “Why is this or that happening?” are brought into the journey as you explore together God’s particular leading.
Spiritual direction often helps you to find answers to questions such as:
• What are the signs of God’s direction for me this year, month, week?
• Why don’t I feel loved by God?
• If this is my one and only life, how can I know the will of God?
Usually meetings are once a month in a one-to-one relationship where you discern together the leading of God’s spirit in your life. Working with a helper enhances your awareness and experience of God’s presence in your life and helps you structure ways to deepen your spiritual maturity. For more information email Kathy Sizer.