Events & Classes
Six-Week Lenten Study
March 11 – April 14, 7:00p in the Parlor
Jesus set his face toward Jerusalem and in so doing, he offered us God's life, power, and salvation. As followers of Jesus, we are called to reflect on and pray about where we set our faces day by day. Where do we set our faces in our relationships with God and with our neighbor? Where do we set our faces with our ethical choices? Where do we set our faces when we see those who are poor and oppressed? These are examples of questions we ask ourselves and one another as we look at Jesus' decisions during the season of Lent.
Men's Prayer Breakfast
Men are invited to meet for prayer, coffee, donuts and fellowship.
Saturdays at 7:30am in Room 11
Contact: John McCormick
Join us in the parlor as we use Andy Stanley’s video study to look at Christ’s call to His first disciples and to us today: “Come, follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” (Matt 4:19, Mk 1:17, Luke 5:10) Why is it so difficult for us to talk about what God has done in our lives? We will explore the motivation for sharing your faith and learn tools that will make it a natural part of your life.
Sundays at 11:00am in Room 11
Contact: Cathy Jenkins
Conversations with God
We will read and discuss prayers from the Scriptures and seek to discover how they can help us with our own prayer life. We will find many different life topics presented in these prayers including praise, petition, fear, doubt, anger, comfort and hope. We will discover that God is open to our questions and desires for us to enter into a dialogue when we can express ourselves openly without fear, because we are loved by God.
Sundays 9:30am Room 11
Contact: Dick Wright
Scripture Based Discussion
Currently the Seekers Class is discussing the scripture passage that is being used in worship for the basis of the sermon.
Sundays 9:30am Social Room
Contact: Dave Washburn
Understanding Poverty: A Lenten Study
This unique series of lectures and Bible Study occurred during Lent in 2017 on a subject that is at the heart of the gospel—our relationship to poverty. If you missed it, or want to review it, listen below.