9:30 Offerings

Faith Connections (Room L16)

This group of believers is interested in making the connection between their life experiences and their Christian faith. The Wired Word is the curriculum used which partners current events with scripture.

Pathways To Good News (Room L-15)

Couples and singles gather each Sunday for Bible-centered teaching. This class is held in a very casual setting and is for those who are searching for ways to live out their faith in today’s world. Social activities are held throughout the year.

God’s Hands ( Room 106 )

The name of this class emphasizes the way God works through His people to provide the love and support needed in the world.

Horizon (Room 100)

Study of the Scripture facilitated by Dave Barton is the focus of this class of Senior Adults. The Book of Ephesians is their current study.

Y2K (Room L-5)

This class is held in a very casual setting and is for those who are searching for ways to live out their faith in today’s world. Seeking God in the Ordinary is the current study.

Keystone (Room 105)

Emphasis is placed on growing in understanding of the Christian faith. The challenge of the class is to reaffirm Christian ideas and concepts, and then, in turn, respond with new commitments. Unafraid, by Adam Hamilton, is the Fall study.

New Decade (Room L-36)

A biblically based curriculum is used which is applicable to current issues and daily living. Social activities occur throughout the year. Psalms 23 of the LifeGuide Series is the current study.

Wesley Weds (Room L-28)

You’ll Get Through This by Max Lucado kicks off the Fall study. The class engages in studies to encourage class discussion. They meet year around and the class is self-taught by class members on a rotating basis for those who choose.

Twentysomething (Room 104)

In the tumultuous time of your twenties, life can be overwhelming, confusing and very exciting. This class can serve as a peaceful refuge to discuss how life is going and offer wisdom from the Bible and sharing with fellow class members. Hannah Naeger is the class facilitator.

The Art of Neighboring (Room 101)

This study will examine the ways in which we as Christians can seek to exist as disciples of Christ by being intentional neighbors. How do we share our lives with the people closest to us and how do we share the love of Christ with those in our circles of influence? These practical questions will be the ones we ask in The Art of Neighboring.

10:45 Offerings

10:45 Small Group (Room 106)

Designed for those who attend 9:30 worship. A chance for spiritual growth through scripture and study. The Faith of the Mockingbird is a 6-week study that will start the fall.

The Art of Neighboring (Room 101)

This study will examine the ways in which we as Christians can seek to exist as disciples of Christ by being intentional neighbors. How do we share our lives with the people closest to us and how do we share the love of Christ with those in our circles of influence? These practical questions will be the ones we ask in The Art of Neighboring.