Sunday School Opportunities
We strive to be continually growing in our relationship with Christ through studying God's word, and connecting with Christ. 10:10-11:10 am.
Hymns of the Faith
Hymns and spiritual songs have played an important role in the Christian church from its earliest days, yet too often they go overlooked and unnoticed. Join us as we examine the famous and not-so-famous hymns that can delight, inspire, and deepen our understanding of what it means to live a Christian life. From classic works of Charles Wesley to underappreciated hymns of today, we’ll explore the history and context, as well as their meaning and message for today. We meet in the Choir Room.
I & II Corinthians
New class starting January 7, 2018. Facilitated by Sue Hares in Room F.
Getting to the Heart of Parenting by Paul Tripp. Parenting is hard, but there are few things in life that rise to this level of importance. A biblical view teaches that parenting is all about the exposure and change of a child's heart. Getting to the Heart of Parenting covers principles of grace for children 0–5, 6–12, and 13–18. We meet in Room H.
Nehemiah—Reconstruction & Reinstruction
Nehemiah is the story of God’s plan for the reconstruction and the reinstruction of His lost people, to bring them back from the brink of utter destruction, to restore and renew their special relationship with Him. Today we can use this Biblical example in our own lives as a guide to reconstructing our own faith around what God has planned for us, to draw closer to Him, and to give us a new heart and spirit to go forth boldly to build His kingdom here on earth. We meet in Room C.
Ray Vander Laan Class
We will follow Paul’s second missionary tour in locations such as Philippi, Thessaloniki, and Delphi. There Paul communicated The Good News of Christ to Roman Colonies that worshipped false gods. Experience the Bible in historical context with Ray Vander Laan. This is a brand new DVD, released Summer 2017. Discussion follows the DVD each week. We meet in Room E.
Advent Bible Study The Birth of a King
December 3-17. “O come, let us adore him...” the familiar chorus sings out and our voices are full of adoration and excitement. Christmas is one of the most exciting and holy times of the Christian year. Preceding Christmas is the season of Advent. Advent invites us into a time of waiting and preparation, so that we may more fully appreciate the fullness of the Christmas event and the impact this season has on the lives of Christians year-round. Come join our Advent Study led by Pastor Tom beginning Sunday, December 3 as we “prepare Him room” in our hearts. “O come, let us adore him, Christ, the Lord!”