Adult Learning

One of the ways to continue to grow in your faith at Elmbrook is through an Adult Learning community. Adult Learning offers classes that allow you to connect with others while growing spiritually. When you participate in a learning opportunity, you are entering into a deeper level of understanding and community.

Pastor of Adult Learning
Email Sylvia

Christian Classics:
Book Club with Pastors

Register for one or all three book clubs HERE!



Online Classes


Local Partnerships



TEDS Classes through Eastbrook Church


NT 5100 Romans

Fridays and Saturdays, January 29 & 30; February 26 & 27; March 26 & 27 and April 30 & May 1 | Fridays 6:30-9pm; Saturdays 8:30am-4:30pm
3-credit hours | MA/TS Biblical Studies
Location: Eastbrook Church (offered virtually as well)
Instructor: David P. Seemuth, PhD
This study of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans will endeavor to give the student an understanding of the epistle’s message in the light of the original first century situation. The study will discuss the significance of the epistle’s background, structure, theological content, and contemporary application.


CM 6000 Forgiveness & Reconciliation

Tuesday evenings, Jan. 12 – Apr. 27 | 6:30-9:15pm
3-credit hours | MA/TS Elective / MDiv Elective
Location: Remote-learning via Zoom
Instructor: Daniel Green, PhD
This course will present a comprehensive Christian perspective on the universal human issues of guilt and suffering. Classical and current theoretical models as well as empirical research will be reviewed.