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Adult Ministries

At Manito Presbyterian Church, we strive to offer a variety of ways to engage the Bible as individuals and as a community.  

"The Scriptures Jesus Knew" Old Testament Study and Catch-up Sessions

Do you want to get deeper into God’s word?  Do you have questions about the Bible? 

The Old Testament is complex, with thousands of years of history and numerous cultures. Don't let this daunt you. It is worth working through, and it is the scripture Jesus read and understood. The class meets Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm.

If you are new or feel left behind by a class that has already been meeting for a while, now is your chance! This January through March, join John Owen and Scott Starbuck for eleven “catch-up” sessions covering Genesis through Samuel.

All are welcome! Contact the church office ( for more information.

Digging Deeper for Parents

Are you hungry to connect yourself and your children to a vibrant, biblical faith? Following the children’s scriptures, this class will help empower parents for great conversations at home. It meets at 9:30 AM on Sunday mornings.

Book studies

Meeting bi-monthly, members discuss theological books we find relevant to our lives and culture today.  Led by Rev. Scott Starbuck. All are welcome.  Books we've read and discussed include Falling Upward, A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life by Richard Rohr, When God Is Silent by Barbara Brown Taylor, The Juvenilization of American Christianity by Thomas Bergler, Bad Religion by Ross Douthat, and Living Into Community by Christine D. Pohl.

Women's Bible Study

Using the Horizons curriculum, this year's study entitled "Cloud of Witnesses " explores the The Community of Christ in Hebrews. Led by Chris Murphy, this group meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 1:30 in the Gathering Place.

Moms’ Group

Meeting each Thursday morning, mothers of young children gather to discuss issues pertaining to parenthood, Biblical principals, and fellowship. Childcare is provided and is lead by Rev. Pamela Starbuck.