Adult Classes are built around a “Core Curriculum” – that is, those subject areas essential to a solid grounding in the Christian faith and which help us become fully equipped as disciples who make disciples.
We encourage and invite everyone, whether you’re a first time guest or a covenant partner, to connect and grow in your faith through a Sunday study class, weekday Bible study, or small group. All of the opportunities listed below are always open to new attendees.
Five core topics
Each class description will feature an icon to allow you to quickly identify the core topic under which it falls. Everyone is encouraged to proactively broaden your knowledge by choosing from different topic areas from one semester to another so that over time, you will increase your understanding in all the core subject areas.
Sunday Morning Study Classes
The Acts of the Apostles (men’s class)
Room: 2123 | Leader: Henry Boecking
We will be studying the Acts of the Apostles. Our focus will be to observe how the Holy Spirit was present in the lives of the disciples in the 1st century and how we can make ourselves open to His presence in our lives today. Men of all ages are welcome to join the class at anytime this summer.
The Attributes of God
Room: 2115 (new location for the summer) | Leaders: Lee Schmidt & Ann Ozan-Willis
This class will explore the Attributes of God, partially based on the book of the same name by Arthur W. Pink, but principally exploring what God has revealed about Himself and His character in Scripture. Pink wrote: “The god of this century no more resembles the Sovereign of Holy Writ than does the dim flickering of a candle the glory of the midday sun.” The topics will include His Holiness, His Grace, His Love, His Wrath, His Goodness, and more. “Let him who boasts, boast about this: that he understands and knows Me, that I am the Lord, who exercises kindness, justice and righteousness on earth, for in these I delight,” declares the Lord.
All are welcome, of course! The topics are separate, and it’s not necessary to have attended previous classes to participate in the study.
Off The Shelf: College-Age Young Adults
Room: 1201 – the Parlor | Leaders: Kari Galliart and others
Off The Shelf is a new Sunday morning study for college-age young adults will challenge you to take your bible off the shelf and develop an intimate relationship with your Creator! We meet from 9:30-10:30am on Sunday mornings through August in the Parlor located upstairs across from the church office.
The Gathering meal on Wednesdays – 5:30-6:15pm (Aug-May)
The Gathering is a time for all ages to share a meal together in the Palmer Lounge (above the gym) before heading off to kids/youth programs and adult study/small groups. Dinner is available from 5:30-6:15pm at just $6 per person.