This summer, from June 9th to August 25th, Sunday Morning Adult Bible Studies will combine to walk through Francis Chan’s study - Letter to the Church. This study will complement Pastor Eric’s sermon series “Building the Church” and will help create discussion and dig deeper into the Christ’s desire for the Church. This time together will be lead by a different teacher each week and is designed to encourage interaction with adults who may not be in your “regular” Sunday Morning group or weekly Bible study.
Wednesday Nights starting June 19, 7pm in Conference Room 2
It’s easy for women to focus on what seems to separate us: differences in age, parenting styles, career goals, or maybe even core beliefs about whether leggings can adequately serve as pants (the struggle is real y’all). The reality, thought, is that we have far more in common than we realize, and since Scripture shows us the blessing of friendship across generations, it’s high time we step out of our same-age, same-stage silos. Life is so much better that way.
Beginning on June 7th, come join a new ladies Bible Study group. We’ll meet Fridays at 12:30; childcare is provided for infants through rising kindergarteners.
A Bible study group will be available for elementary aged children (Completed K- 6th grade) at the same time. Please email Paige Turner (email@example.com) to reserve a spot for you and your children.
Wednesday evenings 6:30 – 7:30 pm.
All middle and high school students meet together for this study. This year, we will delve into the parables of Jesus and prophecies of the Bible – those fulfilled and those to come.
Teachers: Ben and Jeanie Ervin
Sunday evenings, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
All middle and high school students come together for a time of food, fellowship, worship, discipleship, and small groups. We are currently studying the book of Revelation.
Leaders: Billy Prout, Cheryl Hammond, Jennifer Allcroft, Deena Hugel
Using Lifeway’s Bible Studies for Life curriculum, we will cover two units: “Welcome Home” where we will examine what it means to show Biblical hospitality to our neighbors, followed by “How to Pray” where we will study the Lord’s prayer and discover ways to grow in our own prayer life.
Classes: 7th/8th, 9th/10th, 11th/12th
Led by Nathan and shana Corday. We will be exploring the Book of James using a study by Francis Chan. The book of James speaks to the realities of a living faith in Jesus - the kind of roll-up-you-sleeves and get-your-hands-dirty discipleship that is borne out of an authentic relationship with the risen Lord. James writes to believers who know suffer, who’ve faced trials, and who ultimately desire a deep relationship with God.
Led by Jim Hempstead this group focuses on the study of prayer using primarily Richard Foster’s book along with other materials.
Judy Camarella will be leading a study of the Passover.
Led by Greg Young and Bob Forcht. This class will be reading the book of Revelation and exploring how it is relevant to the challenges Christians face today.
Led by Greg Giddens and Clint Hunt. The Minor Prophets cover 450 years and offer a revealing look into the character, nature and heart of God. Our study will explore how God’s plans and purpose intersect in the lives of His people as evidenced in the Minor Prophets.
Conference Room 2
We spend much of Advent reading prophecy from Isaiah about the hope found in the coming Savior. Isaiah has much more to say to Israel and us as well. Here we’ll see how the prophet raises a cry for e-cigarette in the midst of a rotting society and find comfort in troubled times.
Tuesdays, 7:15-8:30, home of Jim Hempstead
Study the Minor Prophets starting with Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, and Jonah. “Minor” refers not to their importance but to their length. All were considered important enough to enter the Hebrew Bible.
Mondays, 8:00-9:30, home of Derek Davis
Our culture has redefined male identity. Men are portrayed as weak, self-serving, and unfocused. When a man functions within the principles of biblical manhood, those around him benefit from his leadership and care. This study challenges and equips men to fully understand their position under God, learning to operate under the authority of Jesus Christ.
Study and discussion of Nehemiah and Esther. The book of Nehemiah is about reestablishing God’s people both physically and spiritually. The book of Esther is a drama about how two Jews risked everything to save their people.