Beginning March 5: Lenten Bible Study
The names Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel may ring a bell; you may know these figures as the prophets in the Old Testament. But what exactly is a prophet? Are they future-predictors? What role should they play in our lives as Christians?
This Lenten season, we’ll hear a sermon series on “The Voice of the Prophets.” We invite you to join us in an introductory Bible study on the Prophets led by Ashley Will. No prior Bible study is necessary in order to participate. Journey with us on Sunday evenings at 5:30pm as we hear how God speaks through these figures and to us, today.
Something for everyone 9:45am-10:45am
Traditionally known as the most effective form of Christian education, Sunday School classes are also the backbone of our congregation’s strength. In these small group settings, lifelong friendships and genuine Christian fellowship develop and mature. It is common for class members to gather for food and fellowship prior to class.
Jesus, Others, Yourself…this class for mature adults meets in the Fellowship Hall and offers food and fellowship on Sunday mornings at 9:30am and meets from 9:45-10:30 for singing, announcements and a lesson.
This class for adults meets in room 311 on the North Campus on Sunday mornings from 9:45-10:45 and addresses contemporary themes, often focusing on outreach and service.
Doing, Believing, Serving…this class for mature adults meets in the upper level of the scout hut on the North Campus from 9:45-10:45 each Sunday morning, often using contemporary video series and book studies.
This class for adults in their 30’s-50’s meets from 9:45-10:45 on Sunday mornings in room 315 on the North Campus and discusses discipleship and how we live out our faith in our daily lives.
This class for adults in their 20’s and 30’s meets on Sunday mornings in room 217 from 10-10:45 to enjoy food, fellowship and contemporary Bible studies.