Romans: March 11, 18, 25, and April 8 (Room 201)
What is the Gospel? How do I share it? Journey with us through the book of Romans to explore the foundations of the gospel and its call to make disciples of Jesus. This class is especially helpful for new believers and those who have yet to deeply study the Bible. at 9:00 am. Teachers: Keith and Sarah Evans
Salt Shakers (Room 207)
The Salt Shakers class will continue studying The Sermon on The Mount, by Martin Lloyd-Jones through January and February. Because each lesson “stands alone” and has a meaningful message in itself, new friends can join us any Sunday and still enjoy participating in our discussions.
From March through June, we will be doing a study entitled Experiencing the Psalms, by Ralph F. Wilson. The Psalms are a rich tapestry of prayer and praise. Some reflect deep despair, others exhibit deep peace in the Lord’s strength, and some reflect an exuberant exaltation of the Most High God. The twelve lessons in this book include thoughtful questions that will encourage our personal growth and praise. Our class is interactive. We grow together in our journey of faith and have fun doing it! Teacher: Don Mills.
Journeying Together (Women’s Class, Room 204)
Over the next few months, we will be studying Friends on the Journey: Equipping Women to Disciple Others. Will you leave a spiritual legacy for the next generation? Come join this ladies’ class for some wonderful fellowship and to draw closer to the Lord. The book is $15. Teacher: Linda Reilly.
Liquid Fluidity: Biblical Application in a Fallen World (Rm. 203)
Join us as we continue to study the word of God and apply it to our daily lives through art. Our goal is to become more Christ-centered, living a life of victory and overcoming the world! Teachers: Sam and Kate Mylin.
The Bereans (Room 208)
This class will cover various biblical passages, equipping us to know how to do inductive Bible study which makes us better interpreters of the Biblical text. Come and dive into the Scriptures with us! We will begin in January with an overview of the book of Ephesians. Teacher: Joe Schloegel.
The Gospel of Luke (Room 207)
We will focus on the Gospel of Luke which was written to awaken and strengthen our faith in Jesus and to answer misconceptions and objections about Him. Senior adults are invited to this practical study. Teacher: Pastor Al Reilly.
Abraham (Room 201)
Join us as we take a walk back through Genesis in the study Abraham: The Friend of God, by Chuck Swindoll. Abraham was elevated as the God-ordained patriarch of many nations, yet went to the depths of despair and followed God’s command to kill his own son. Learn more about this man’s story that demonstrated God’s great love and foretold the sacrifice of Jesus. Teacher: John Prichard.
College & Young Adults (Room 208)
All college-age and 20-somethings are invited to join this fellowship. We have Bible study, sermon discussion, and time of fellowship. Lunch is provided. Teacher: Pastor Adam Swift.
Grace Connect: February 14, 21, and 28 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm (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 John and Pastor Adam.