We are convinced that life is better together. These one time orientations will put you in the same place at the same time with other people who are looking to jump into a small group. Groups will be formed based on information from a survey.
New groups will then work through the One Life study, which is a curriculum that covers the Core Practices and Core Postures of Christ-centered community. Cost is $8 for the book. If you have any questions you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday September 12, 6:15 PM in the Fellowship Hall
Sunday September 16, 9 AM in the Student Room
Justice for the Poor recaptures the spirit and power of the biblical vision that links poverty and justice. Through this study, we will explore the experiences of people living in poverty in the United States today. How can we learn from those experiences? What are the responsibilities of Christians to prioritize the needs of the poor? By turning to the Bible for answers to these questions, our goal is to come away with an understanding of how we, as followers of Jesus, can be obedient to the biblical mandate to care for poor in our neighborhoods, our city, our nation, and the world. Join Janis Albergotti and Dell Simpson for a 6 week study beginning Sunday, September 9th. For more information contact email@example.com
It is our hope that the sermon you hear on the weekend is the first word in a conversation that takes place throughout your week. MidWeek is your place to do just that. Beginning September 19, join others as we dive deeper into the sermon from the week before and wrestle with how it ought to show up in our lives. If you are new to the church or are looking for a place to get connected, MidWeek is where it’s at. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What IF different generations of women came together learn about Jesus instead of the new moms over here and the empty nesters over there? Ladies if you’re looking to connect with other women and be encouraged in your faith journey, this 4 week session starting Sept. 19 is the class for you. For more information contact email@example.com
Married People Gatherings are all about getting married couples together in the same place to have some serious fun and spend some time talking about how to get the most out of your marriage. You can register for these events on the Adult Ministry page at the church website but go ahead and mark you calendar for Friday, September 21 and Friday, October 26. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The sermon isn’t meant to be the last word, but the first word in a conversation that happens after Sunday morning worship is over. CONNECT is a great drop in Sunday morning class where you will have a chance to connect with some other people in the church and discuss the previous week’s sermon. For more information contact email@example.com.
Whether newly separated or divorced for years, Divorce Care is a great resource that will help you navigate one of life’s most difficult experiences and connect you with people to share the journey with. To register for this class or for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This class begins on Sept. 4.
In Survive and Thrive, your teen will be welcomed and lovingly guided through the journey toward healing from the hurt of separation or divorce. This class is open to any teen in grades 6-12 whose parents are separated or divorced. To register for this class or for more information contact email@example.com. This class begins on Sept. 4.
Many of us would not associate the book of Exodus with the answers to these questions, but in actuality, Exodus is one of the most personal books in all of the Bible. Exodus exists to share the message of liberation and salvation – liberation from whatever is keeping you from becoming the woman God has created you to be and salvation to become the woman God has called you to be.
As the Lord paved a new path for the Israelites, He paves a new path for you today. Through the stories of one nation and its leader (Moses) in the study of Exodus: Paving A New Path you will:
Discover purpose and calling.
Encounter God in new and intimate ways.
Embrace freedom in Christ and be set free from the muck that has been holding you back.
Embolden your spiritual grit and renew your strength in the Lord.
Learn how the stories of Exodus are inter-connected with the rest of the Bible, particularly the New Testament.
Exodus is a far cry from a boring book. If you are a woman who yearns for more – more of God, more spiritual intimacy in your daily life, more definitive purpose, more freedom in life, and biblical understanding – then study the book of Exodus with us!
Partners with a Meditation guide. The guide consists of 8 weeks of meditations, with four meditations per week. Receive your Meditations at your first Bible study meeting.
$30 registration fee (paid at Bible Study). Covers the cost of the guide and overhead expense.
Childcare is not onsite but available upon request. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
There Is No Quest Without Questions
The crooked punctuation mark at the end of a sentence speaks of curiosity, interest, and perhaps doubt. A question is an invitation to vulnerability, to intimacy. The Bible does not shy away from such an invite. Over and over we see the people of God asking questions of their Creator. We also see the God of the universe asking questions of His creation.
The Quest is a challenge to accept the invitation. In this six-week excursion with Jesus, Beth Moore uses questions from Scripture to lead you into intimacy with the One who knows you best. Learn to dig into the Word, to respond to the questions of God, and to bring your questions before Him. Let the crooked punctuation mark be the map that points you into a closer relationship with the Father.
Learn to pray to promote intimacy with God.
Explore questions and responses from the Bible.
Track your quest by journaling along the way.
Learn to read and respond to Scripture.
Begins September 20th, 2018
For more information contact Marion Moore at email@example.com
When we hear the name Gideon, most of us think about his 300 soldiers or a fleece spread beneath the evening sky. But Gideon's story is so much bigger than that. This is a story about God and His people—His love for them, as well as His strength operating in spite of, even through, their weakness.
This 7-session study will encourage you to recognize your weakness as the key that the Lord gives you to unlock the full experience of His strength in your life. Instead of ignoring, neglecting, or trying to escape your weaknesses, learn to see them as the gifts given specifically and strategically by God. If you've ever felt insufficient, ill-equipped, incompetent, or outnumbered, this study is for you.
For more information contact Nikole O'Nan at firstname.lastname@example.org