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Two Types of Classes

Discussion Classes
Participate by joining in the conversation.
Lecture Classes
Particpate by listening to a lecture.

 

Bible Classes

If you are wanting to take a next step towards a more intimate, in-depth study of God’s word and the opportunity to connect with others in the church, we encourage you to visit a Sunday Morning Bible Class. Our groups meet from 10:30am- 11:15am each Sunday morning.

 
 

DISCUSSION CLASSES 

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Two Types of Classes

Discussion Classes
Participate by joining in the conversation.
Lecture Classes
Particpate by listening to a lecture.

 

MEre Christians

If you are wanting to take a next step towards a more intimate, in-depth study of God’s word and the opportunity to connect with others in the church, we encourage you to visit a Sunday Morning Bible Class. Our groups meet from 10:30am- 11:15am each Sunday morning.

People of the word

Join us as we dig into scripture and discuss how it applies to our everyday lives. We use a variety of study books/videos and teacher-written material to guide our weekly study. Class time consists of a combination of video, lecture, scripture reading, discussion, and prayer.

Transformation Class

If you are wanting to take a next step towards a more intimate, in-depth study of God’s word and the opportunity to connect with others in the church, we encourage you to visit a Sunday Morning Bible Class. Our groups meet from 10:30am- 11:15am each Sunday morning.

Young Adult Class

If you are wanting to take a next step towards a more intimate, in-depth study of God’s word and the opportunity to connect with others in the church, we encourage you to visit a Sunday Morning Bible Class. Our groups meet from 10:30am- 11:15am each Sunday morning.

 
 

 LECTURE CLASSES

 
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Two Types of Classes

Discussion Classes
Participate by joining in the conversation.
Lecture Classes
Particpate by listening to a lecture.

 

Bridge Builders

What does the Bible say? What did God intend the original recipients to understand? What does he want us, as 21st century seekers, to understand? How is the understanding then and now connected? Does the understanding result in practical application? Join us as we build bridges to better our understanding and make application to our lives.

Digging Deeper

My approach to Bible study is based on Genesis 32, which tells us that Jacob wrestled with God and was blessed because he did not let go. I try to lead the class into an encounter with the Biblical text as we find it and to try to grasp hold of what it's telling us, even when what it tells us is challenging, confusing, or not what we want to hear. I believe that God blesses us when we honestly engage with the bible in this way.