Education | Discipleship
Fourth Presbyterian Church offers a variety of educational and outreach opportunities for children, youth, and adults.
The Academy for Faith and Life provides short-term and ongoing adult education for members and friends of Fourth Presbyterian Church and for the larger community.
Fourth Presbyterian Church offers several Bible Study opportunities, including the "Reading the Entire Bible in a Year" Bible Study, the weekly Center for Life and Learning Bible Study, and Men's Morning Bible Study.
Book Groups at Fourth Presbyterian Church meet monthly to discuss books by a variety of authors.
Men and women 60 years and more may enroll in this senior learning community founded on a commitment to intellectual and creative challenges for its patrons.
Youth in eighth grade participate in the confirmation program at Fourth Presbyterian Church. Any and all eighth graders are welcome!
The Day School strives to engage children in a variety of self-selected and teacher-directed activities with an environment that encourages wondering, problem-solving, and all areas of cognitive development.
Daily Devotions are written by the staff of Fourth Presbyterian Church and are available via email, Facebook, Twitter, online, and in print.
The Michigan Avenue Forums feature important thinkers and public leaders in live lecture or debate format, discussing current issues of civic and ethical priority.
Mission trips at Fourth Presbyterian Church enable us to live with and learn from our brothers and sisters from around the world, from Central America to our communities in Chicago.
The Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being is Fourth Presbyterian Church's response to the mental health needs of its congregation and community.
Sunday School classes for three-year-olds through fifth graders take place each Sunday morning at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Chicago Lights Tutoring seeks to break the cycle of poverty through academic and emotional support for more than 400 students from low-income families.
Youth Ministry at Fourth Presbyterian Church includes enrichment and fellowship opportunities for youth in sixth through twelfth grades.
For more information about adult education opportunities, contact Adam Fronczek, Associate Pastor for Adult Education and Worship (312.640.5398). For more information about youth education opportunities, contact John Vest, Associate Pastor for Youth Ministry (312.981.4037). For more information about children education opportunities, contact Matt Helms, Minister for Children and Families (312.573.3362).