Adult Education at Hamblen

We at Hamblen believe that growing as an active follower of Jesus is a rewarding, life-long process.

The broad theological umbrella at Hamblen allows for participants of both conservative and progressive backgrounds to have a voice and a place in shared study. 


We offer a variety of forums and classes on Sunday mornings and throughout the week

that inspire and equip adults to lives of active service. 

Upcoming Opportunities

A Study of Esther

Sundays, March 22, 29 & April 5

10:30-11:30 AM in the Skylight Room

Join us for a study of the Old Testament book of Esther. This class, led by Katie Haney, will explore the tumultuous story of refugees, palace intrigue, child exploitation, polygamy, xenophobia, genocide, abuse of power, loyalty and moral courage, all in ten short chapters. This ancient tale could be taken from the pages of today’s newspaper; it’s clear that the struggles of God’s people are perennial.  What can we learn 2500 years later? 

Earth Day Reflections

Sundays, April 19 & 26

10:30-11:30 AM in the Skylight Room

Join us for a study and thoughtful reflection that focuses on climate change, the environment and a biblical perspective. This two week series also coincides with the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. The class will be led by Jonathan Moo (Ph.D. Cantab), who teaches at Whitworth University and holds graduate degrees in both biblical studies and wildlife ecology. His teaching encompasses courses in New Testament, Greek, exegesis, science and faith, and environmental studies. 

Audio Recordings of Past Classes

Visit our soundcloud page to hear recordings of past classes at HPPC.

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Hamblen Park Presbyterian Church  |  4102 S. Crestline St.  |  Spokane, WA 99203  |  509.448.2909