Here are the current classes offered throughout the week. Please check the church calendar to make sure a class is meeting on a specific week.
Young Adults (Post high school through 30 yrs old)
Sundays at 9:30 AM in Room 6
Currently studying the book of Ruth. The story of Ruth is a story of a young Moabite widow who was destitute and needing to rely on the kindness of others. It is a story that serves as a wonderful example of God’s providential care of his people, and of his willingness to accept Gentiles who seek him.
Adult Class - Gospel of Mark
Sundays at 9:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall
The Gospel of Mark emphasizes that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. Jesus announced the Kingdom of God, healed the sick, and died as a ransom for sinners. In addition to Jesus, Mark features three main groups of people: the disciples, the crowds, and the religious leaders, none of whom understood Jesus. When the time came for Jesus to go to the cross, the religious leaders arrested him, the disciples abandoned him, and the crowds jeered him. Only when he died alone on the cross did a Roman centurion recognize that he was the Son of God.
Ladies' Studies - Book of Isaiah
Studies will resume the week of September 13, in person at the church. We will be following the same social distancing procedures that are in place for our Sunday morning gatherings.
Sundays at 6:00 PM - Room 6 - beginning September 13
Tuesdays at 10:00 AM - Conference Room 2 - beginning September 15
Thursdays at 7:00 PM - Fellowship Hall- beginning September 17
During the September-May months, we will be studying the book of Isaiah through the book Be Comforted, by Warren Wiersbe. Please order your own book. Christian Books ($10.49) and Amazon ($12.92 new, cheaper used) carry the books.
Please email LeAnna Burdett if you have any questions.
Men's Fellowship - Church History
Sunday at 6:00 PM in Conference Room 1
This is a time for men to gather and and share in each other's life, equip one another in order to become better leaders of their families. This group is current going through 2000 years of church history. This study is led by John Fergis ([email protected])