Salt Shakers (Room 207)
There are a number of challenging issues Christians face in society today—same-sex marriage, abortion, termination of lifesaving treatment, capital punishment, and civil disobedience, to name a few. We as believers must be prepared to engage and answer questions regarding these issues using the Bible as our lens for informed thinking. Cultural Ethics in the Church is a highly interactive and discussion-based class. Teacher: Don Mills
Journeying Together (Room 204)
Over the next few months, we will be studying Randy Alcorn’s book, Heaven. This is a class for women only—women of all ages are welcome to join! It is discussion-based and includes times of personal sharing and prayer as we journey together. Teacher: Linda Reilly.
Reflection and Shadow: A Study of “Value” in our Pictorial Space (Room 203)
Join us as we dive into Biblical truth about how God takes us into dark places and into light spaces all for His glory and honor.Our goal of this Biblical artistry class is to become more Christ-centered, living a life of victory and overcoming the world. Teachers: Sam and Kate Mylin.
Teach Us to Pray (Room 208)
This class will look in-depth at what the Bible teaches about prayer, as well as different models of prayer from the Bible (confession, praise, intercession, etc.). Not only will students learn how to pray, but every class will include direct practice of the type of prayer learned. This is a study/prayer meeting. Class runs through October. This is both heavy content and interactive. Teachers: Pastor Adam Swift and Caleb Brussel
Grace Connect: October 21 and October 28 (Room 201)
Are you ready to get more involved? Are you a long-time attendee but not a member? Led by pastors and ministry leaders, this 3-week interactive class presents our church history, ministries, finances, and more. It is the first step toward meaningful membership. Led by Pastor Adam Swift.
How We Got Our Bibles (Room 208)
This class will cover the history of the Bible, the doctrine of scripture, and equip you with tools for interpreting texts. This is primarily a content-based, lecture style class. Teacher: Dr. Joe Schloegel.
Young at Heart (Room 207)
Senior adults are invited to a study of the book of Nehemiah. How can we stay strong in God’s work amidst great setbacks and oppressive forces? Nehemiah will help students stay strong in their work for the Lord. This class is primarily content-based. Teacher: Pastor Al Reilly.
Revelation (Room 201)
This is a year-long study on the book of Revelation. As the culture shifts and changes, how can we be certain of Christ’s lordship and ultimate victory? Revelation will help students solidify their confidence in God’s plan for his world. This class is primarily content-based. Teacher: John Prichard