Midtown Adult Education

The purpose of Midtown Adult Ed is to equip and build up Christ’s Body for the work of ministry, the unity of the faith, and maturity in Christ in order to promote missional discipleship, deepen authentic community, and enhance cultural renewal.

Location:  The ministry house across the church parking lot.

When: Sundays at 9 am

Who:  You!  Everyone is welcome to attend!  No sign up is necessary for adults.

If you need childcare, please sign up here. 


Classes and topics at Midtown Adult Ed change on a regular basis.  

Please see below for links to Adult Ed audio files and information about each topic.

  • Nov / Dec 2018

    This class covers some of the distinctive teaching and doctrine of the PCA.  Taught by the elders, it allows for an expansion of discussion on topics such as church government, election, covenant theology, and baptism.  Come and join us in learning about how Midtown seeks to live faithfully to the Scriptures in their unique expression in the reformed tradition.

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  • Sept / Oct 2018

    Do you struggle with peer pressure?  Are you frequently concerned with what others think about you?  Are you an approval junkie?  This discussion on the Fear of Man will delve into this universal problem, its manifestations, and solutions for freedom from fear.  The Bible calls the Fear of Man a snare to be avoided and, instead, replaced with an appropriate Fear of the living God.

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  • May 2018

    Friends from our sister church at Redeemer PCA in Indianapolis lead a discussion on counseling, grief, and how the past impacts the present.  This class offers insight into New Hope's services to help with restoration of the whole person.

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  • March -April 2018

    This topic of Spiritual Disciplines is so incredibly pertinent in today's world where quick entertainment, distraction, and superficial thinking prevail.  This class explores the need for believers to place themselves in the path of God's grace by making a habit of the spiritual disciplines.  These include discussions on Bible study, meditation, memory, prayer, fasting, solitude, corporate worship, resting, evangelism, and service.  Spiritual disciplines are derived from the Gospel, not divorced from the Gospel.    It will be taught by Curt Wible, Evan Wible, and Josh Carter.

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  • Jan - March 2018

    Racial inequality.  The Sexual Revolution.  The Age of Social Media.  Political correctness.  Today's society has become increasingly hostile to the truths and values of the Gospel.  The Scriptures have much to say to us about these hot topics of today's culture, both to engage our society and also to engage our own hearts.  This series will be an overview of many of the most pertinent and challenging topics of our day, leading us to knowledge of truth and to engaging our neighbors in love.  Various teachers.  

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  • Nov-Dec 2017

    Does the Bible tell one single story?  How does the Old fit with the New?  Join us as we explore the presence of Jesus in the Old Testament.  This 7-week series will address how Jesus can be seen in the OT law, prophets, creation, and elsewhere, and why that matters for how we approach the scriptures today.  Harold Lee and Josh Carter will serve as teachers for this foundational topic.

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  • Sept-Oct 2017

    This 8-week study investigates how the truths of the Gospel apply to every aspect of our lives.  We will look at the impact of the Gospel on our hearts, on our idols, on our city, our mission, and much more.  Bruce Cooley and Josh Carter will lead this discussion using material from Redeemer Church PCA in NYC.  

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