1 & 2 Thessalonians
The Apostle Paul commends the new believers in Thessalonica for holding firm in the faith in the face of persecution. Paul also addresses a misunderstanding concerning the 2nd coming of Christ. The truths found in these two letters help to guide believers toward a meaningful walk with Christ, how to be an effective witness to the world, as well as learning the signs and circumstances that will surround Christ’s return. Nathaniel Allen will be leading this study in the Fireside Room.
Foundations of Christianity
This class will lay out the bottom line truths and non negotiables of the Christian Faith. The book Know What You Believe by Paul Little will be used as a guide. Anyone is welcome to join at any time. This class will be led by Pastor Randy and meets in the former Jr. High room.
Join Dave Baumgartner in the Adult 1 classroom for a study of the Book of John. This fourth ”Gospel” book, written by the Apostle John, was written so that readers might “believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God,” and so they may have life in Him. The book’s focus on Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection helps to gain understanding of “the God-man” that came and died so we might have eternal life.
Women's Study - Romans
“What does Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection mean for my life, death, and resurrection? In Romans, Paul—one of Christianity’s first theologians—sets out to answer that question. Tracing numerous threads through the Old Testament, Paul shows how Jesus’ death on the cross draws together humanity’s collective failures and transforms them into a rich tapestry. Follow the threads and find your place in the story God is weaving.” Led by Julie Bailey, this study is located in the room left of the sanctuary.
Jr & Sr High
Youth Students meet with Micah DeBruno in the last classroom in the north east wing. We begin class with a short activity/game followed by Bible study and discussion.
Bible stories, crafts, song and much more! Join Abigail Allen in the west wing, 2nd classroom on the right.
We currently do not have childcare for infant-preK during the Sunday School hour.