Market Square Presbyterian Church

20 S. Second St., Harrisburg, PA 17101


Adult Education Opportunities


First floor Conference Room

June, July & August -

The Atwood Class has moved on to the Sermon on the Mount. The format will be open discussion with each member sharing his or her understanding of whatever is being studied that day. The class welcomes new members!    As the Adult Forum is now on summer hiatus, this is a nice opportunity to study scripture in a leisurely and conversational setting.  Come as often as you are able.  The class meets in the Conference Room beside the church office on level 3.


No classes scheduled for the summer.
Look for the fall classes to be announced in September
Adult Forum members are welcome to join the Atwood Bible Seekers class (see description above).


9:30 a.m. in Room 420 (next to the Room for the Inner Way)

The group meets to discuss books and other issues that might be relevant to LGBT Christians but all are welcome---allies and LGBT people alike.  For more information, please contact class facilitator, Paul Whitman (

LIFT (Learning in Faith Together)

LIFT (Learning In Faith Together) returns for another cycle in the Fall.  Our theme for this 6 week cycle will be a study of The Parables: A reflection on the relevance of Jesus’ parables for today’s world.

 Led by the Reverend Ruth Woodlen, our study group joins members of MSPC and Harrisburg Friends Meeting (Quakers) and now you! Join us Wednesday nights from 7:00 to 8:15 on October 4, 11, 18, 25 and November 1, 8 in the conference room of MSPC. 

Please let Nancy Sheets/MSPC church office or Ruth ( know so we can plan for sufficient materials.


Every 3rd and 4th Sunday at 11:00 a.m. in the church library

Every 1st and 2nd Saturday at 3:00 p.m. in the conference room (beginning in March)

Sunday Bible study covers the basics of the Christian faith, particularly major themes in Systematic Theology.

Saturday Bible study focuses on the Gospel of John. Currently, all Bible studies are led by the Reverend Ki Nam Lee.


Reformed Readers has completed its book discussion for the first half of 2017.

Stay tuned here to learn the choices for discussion later in 2017.