Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church

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Adult Sunday School Classes (9:45am on Sundays)

Book Study: The Words of Jesus by Phyllis Tickle

Location:  Fellowship Hall—Church Basement

Instructor: Dr. Bryan Wagoner

What if you could encounter the words of Jesus on their own, lifted up from the surrounding narratives and presented in their full power and mystery? In The Words of Jesus Tickle has compiled and arranged all the sayings of Jesus from the first four books of the New Testament and the first chapter of the Book of Acts in a way that creates an entirely new kind of encounter with the texts.

Bibles, Bagels, and Bites

Location:  Henry G’s Cafe—Downtown Elkins

Instructor: Mr. Brad Martin

This laid back format meets around breakfast and coffee at the Henry G’s.  Throughout the fall, this group will journey chapter by chapter through a book of the Bible.  Discussion is often lively, and is a friendly venue to learn more about history, theology, diversity, and friendship!


Dr. Lacy Bible Class:  An In-depth Look at the Scriptures

Location:  First Floor, Dunham Conference Room

Instructor: Ms. Brenda Hermanson

The Dr. Lacy Bible Class is named after a former beloved pastor of DMPC.  Meeting in the tradition of Dr. Lacy, this class reads through scripture and discusses how the Word of God shapes and influences our lives.


Presbyterian Women: Adult Women (Various times and places)

Presbyterian Women nurture faith through prayer and Bible study, support the mission of the church worldwide, work for justice and peace, and work to build a caring community of women.  There are various “circles” of women who meet regularly to achieve the mission of “PW”.  If you are interested in attending a circle, please contact Keitha Wing (304-637-5388).


Geneva Academy Classes: Adults (Various times at DMPC)

The Geneva Academy Classes are intended to offer educational opportunities about major themes in the Bible lead by instructors with advanced degrees.  Past topics include faith-based themes found in Shakespeare and the history of the King James Bible.