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Doylestown Presbyterian Church
“Be a bridge for Christ
    and a beacon of His love.”

Sunday Classes

All of our Sunday morning adult education classes meet from 9:45 to 10:30, between our 8:30 and 11:00 worship services.  Some classes run every week throughout the year and others for a period of weeks.  Everyone is welcome to join any class any week; there is no long-term commitment required.  Classes will begin again on Sunday, September 18, 2016.

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Sundays in AH-211

ilightiLIGHT is an ongoing class for individuals and couples navigating career and family. The class offers diverse topics and formats for a diverse group within our family of faith. Whether you're married or single, the parent of a toddler or a teenager, or not a parent at all—you are welcome! We are all Learning In God's House Together!



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Good News and the Other News

Meets Every Sunday, AH-207 

newspaperEach week a topic pertaining to recent events in the news is discussed, giving opportunity to reflect upon the news story from the perspective of faith. As people of faith, we are called to be engaged in the world and reflect upon everyday events by pondering what Scripture has to say to such matters, and this class is a weekly opportunity to do just that. We call it the Good News and Other News as a reminder of how Scripture still speaks to all that happens in our lives.

Led by the Pastors, Jenny Danzis, and Jay Stough.


Meets Every Sunday, AH-120  

This class is a forum for men of DPC to gather for a time of study and fellowship where we can comfortably address the myriad of personal problems that men face and seldom openly discuss. Each session is presented by a Christian professional or Bible scholar.  Coordinated by Lou Zoppel.


The Word Among Us

Meets Every Sunday, AH-209 

This class is an in-depth Bible study and discussion group that welcomes anyone who is interested in exploring the truths found in Scripture. The 4-week series on the Work of the Holy Spirit ends May 14. We are looking at the nature and role of the Holy Spirit in the Old and New Testaments, with a focus on the important ministry of the Spirit in Jesus' life. We will conclude by studying the Bible's promise of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in every believer, and distinguish between the indwelling of the Spirit and being filled with the Spirit. Please join us to learn how you can experience the presence of the Spirit more profoundly in your life.

Led by Dick Cornelius and Margaret Thoresen in AH-209

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