Adult Education


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Our Saviour’s Adult Education classes now come in different shapes and sizes! You can be fed during our one-hour “Main Course” classes - offered during several Sunday worship services or during the week. You can also taste test one of our brand new “Small Bites” classes - offered in between Sunday worship services (from 10:10 to 10:50 am). 

Main Course classes are a series of classes focused on one topic.

Small Bites classes are single classes – an interesting topic to learn about during one 50-minute session.

Note: Sunday School for kids will also be offered during the 10:10 to 10:50 am time-slot, so consider taking your kids or grandkids to Sunday School and then enjoy a “Small Bites” class of your own!

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To complete the online registration for any of the current Adult Education classes, click here

To view a history of all of the Adult Education classes that have been offered at Our Saviour's from Fall 2009 to Summer 2016, click here

To view the Spring 2017 Adult Education class description booklet, click here

To view a history of all of the Adult Education classes that have been offered at Our Saviour's from Fall 2009 to Summer 2016, click here

Small Bites Classes:
Sundays, from 10:10 to 10:50 am (There is no need to register for Small Bites classes, just show up!)

Sunday, April 23
Planet Number 9
A new giant planet, still unseen, appears to be shaping the orbits of objects in the far outer Solar System beyond the planet Neptune. Computer simulations imply that Planet 9 has a mass 10 times that of the Earth, and orbits the Sun every 15,000 years! The race is on to confirm its existence by telescopic observation.

Sunday, April 30
The Exoplanet Next Door
After years of scrutinizing the closest star to Earth, a red dwarf known as Proxima Centauri, astronomers have finally found evidence for a planet, slightly bigger than Earth, well within the star’s habitable zone—the range of orbits in which liquid water could exist on its surface.

Sunday, May 7
A Hand Up, Not a Handout
Come learn from Craig Swanson how Habitat for Humanity changes lives and how you can help.  You may be surprised how much fun it is to be a volunteer.  Learn a new skill, make new friends and help a family own their first home.

Sunday, May 14
Creating Bright Tomorrows
Board Members Eric Draut and Walter Grandberry will share how Holy Family Ministries provides education and nurturing for pre-K through 8th-grade students on Chicago’s West Side. Come and learn about how HFM prepares students to succeed at competitive high schools and go on to live fulfilling lives.

Sunday, May 21
LSSI: the Church's Best Kept Secret
Responding to the Gospel Lutheran Social Services of Illinois brings healing, justice and wholeness  to people and communities. Come and learn more from Eric Draut about the Ministries of LSSI in these challenging times.

Sunday, May 28
"LBOWs" on the Table
Our Saviour's call is to "live beyond our walls'" by engaging our faith in the larger community. The LBOW Committee is a catalyst for our congregation to reach out into the community, partnering with other standing committees of the church to promote service projects, education, social events, and ecumenism.