The second session is five weeks long beginning on December 2 and ending Deceber 23. 9:45 a.m. -10:45 a.m. Sundays Campus Map
Week 1: Church-wide Breakfast and Bible Study Led by Pastor Kyle Reese
Join our entire church family for breakfast in the fellowship hall followed by an introduction to our Advent Theme, "Timing is Everything." Breakfast starts at 9:45 a.m. and study will conclude by 10:30 a.m.
Weeks 2-4: Advent Study Sessions- Choose from 3 Classes
Each class has it's own facilitator, but will be following the same study format: Powerpoint presentation and discussion.
Classrooms and facilitators:
David Morrell - D-2
Anita and Lad Daniels - E-2
Mary Bridgman - E-4
NEXT SESSION BEGINS January 6, 2019
The Winter 2019 Session is seven weeks long beginning on January 6 and ending February 24. 9:45 a.m. -10:45 a.m. Sundays Campus Map
Fresh Encounters: Living The Word
Approaching the Bible from a fresh perspective, this class will examine the same scripture on which the weekly sermons are based. Through these, we’ll discover how the people of God responded to God’s calling in their lives and how we can apply those same truths to God’s calling in our lives today. This class follows the Narrative Lectionary. You can download it here.
Facilitator: Susan Stepp | D-2
Digging Deeper: Themes in Scripture
Curriculum for Christlikeness: What, Why, & How Jesus Taught
Synopsis: The gospels depict Jesus as a master teacher, but very few enroll in his class. Perceived as too demanding, too irrelevant, or too unconventional, his teachings are often admired but frequently softened and rarely followed. Conventional thinking is that understanding and implementing Jesus' teachings are commendable but not required (to get into heaven). But what if the goal is to get heaven into us?
Facilitator: Andy Farmer | E-4
Crossroads: Where Faith Meets Life
A Future Free of Hunger: What The Bible Says About Poverty and Hunger
As part of our Hunger Initiative mission focus on meeting the needs of those facing food insecurity, this session is dedicated to examining hunger- the causes, effects, implications, as well as the steps we can take to make a difference. Join us for this thought-provoking study.
These groups meet to support, encourage, and share life with eachother based on similar interests or life stages.
The Sandwich Generation
Are you in the "sandwich generation"--taking care of your children and your aging parents? You are not alone! Join this group of others just like you, beginning in October 2018, for support, encouragment, and to share ideas about how to navigate care. More details soon.
Join other moms on Wednesdays from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Relax, share ideas and stories, while your child enjoys our children's choirs. More Here.