New Classes Beginning!

We embrace the membership vow of Presence, especially in the atmosphere of small groups and classes.  God instilled in us the desire to belong.  Evening classes and Sunday School are ways to feel connected and grow in your faith.  Studying the bible in a small group is an effective way to grow your relationship closer to Christ, while at the same time getting connected with your church family.

The following classes begin regularly meeting on January 12, 2020 on Sundays:

Sunday School for Young Adults – to sign up, click here.





Pathway to Church Membership Class – to sign up, click here.

Class Luncheon Launch – January 5 at 12:30 in Room 304 – Introduction and Session 1

Led by Pastor Will Wold and will include a time of introductions from Pastors Debbie McLeod and Jeff St. Clair.

Remaining five sessions beginning January 12th at 9:45am in Room 304 and will be led by lay church leaders and Andrea Vrtikapa, Congregational Connector.

On January 8, 2020 we will have a movie night and show the movie:

Overcomer at 6:00 pm in the Worship Center – to sign up, click here.

Basketball coach John Harrison’s high school team is crushed by the closing of the town’s largest employer. Hundreds of families move, leaving him running a struggling cross-country program. But then he meets Hannah and begins helping this unlikely runner attempt the impossible in the year’s biggest race.



We will also have Financial Peace University Preview at 6:30 pm in Room 854.






The following classes will begin Wednesday, January 15th at 6:30 pm:

Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University

9 Weeks

Facilitated by Mary Hathy

To sign up, click here.

This $99 course has Dave Ramsey and his teaching team walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more.  It includes 9 video lessons featuring Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze and Chris Hogan, an App to manage your monthly budget in real time, online tools that work the plan with you, classroom and online access to coaches, livestreams that keep you motivated, courses to continue your journey and extra benefits along the way.

Irresistible by Andy Stanley

6 Weeks

Facilitated by Pat Ester

To sign up, click here.

Two thousand years ago, Christians risked persecution and death for the sake of their faith. What would happen if 21st-century believers followed their lead? Taking you back to a time when Christianity couldn’t be ignored, marginalized, or eradicated, Stanley shows how the early church turned the world upside down—and how we can recover that same faith.

Fierce by Jennifer Cowart

6 Weeks

Facilitated by Adele Black

To sign up, click here.

Learn from the fierce women of God who changed the world. The word fierce is trendy. It is used to describe women who are extreme athletes, high-level executives, or supermodels. Women at the top of their game. But what about the rest of us? Can we be fierce? Absolutely! In fact, women like us have been changing the world for thousands of years—many who received little fanfare yet lived fiercely anyway. In this six-week study we will look at lesser-known female characters in the Bible and the ways they changed the world by living into God’s calling.

What Makes a Hero? The Death-Defying Ministry of Jesus by Matt Rawle

6 Weeks

Facilitated by Kim Cooke

To sign up, click here.

Offers us an image of what it looks like to be victorious over trials and temptations. Looking at pop culture heroes and others through the lens of faith, Matt Rawle shows how Jesus turned the concept of hero on its head. In keeping with his theme, “Pop in Culture,” the book examines how good vs. evil, right vs. wrong, and overcoming adversity are fundamental to how Christians understand salvation. Heroes help us discern the good, fight for what’s right, define identity, execute justice, spark revolution, and save lives.

Rawle enters the Gospel story to tell quite a different victory story—one obtained through humility, obedience to the cross, and an empty tomb. How does Jesus redefine what it means to be a hero?

Difference Makers by Gregg Matte

6 Weeks

Facilitated by Gabrielle Bellamy

To sign up, click here.

When we look at the needs in the world around us, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. And that feeling often leads to paralyzing inaction. With so much to do, how do we know where to start? We feel unqualified to lead change; however, God leads through unlikely people. We start by discovering the purpose and mission God has designed for us. As followers of Jesus, we have been called to make a difference for the kingdom of God.
The truth is that you were created for more than watching. You have a history-changing, difference-making, life-giving, Spirit-empowered legacy to leave. This study will motivate and equip you to get off the sidelines and into the thick of ministry with Jesus. As He works through you, you will pray, go, and give of yourself to make an eternal difference.

Mom Set Free by Jeannie Cunnion

7 Weeks

Facilitated by Courtney Lewis

To sign up, click here.

Moms are under constant pressure to get it right in all areas of life (work, home, family, and faith). We feel the pressure because our children’s futures hinge on our ability to perfectly orchestrate the present. But these impossible standards leave mothers oscillating between worry, fear, anger, and shame. They threaten to steal all the wonder from parenting, life, and our personal relationship with God. Discover how the gospel message can empower moms to parent in the freedom of God’s sovereignty. This 7-session study helps moms breathe deeper, walk lighter, and enjoy their children and the parenting journey more than ever before.Please note hours are 6:00-8:00 for this studyonly.

Pickleball and Study

Faith and Fitness:  Diet and Exercise for a Better World by Tom P. Hafer

6  Weeks

Facilitated by Warren Couch

To sign up, click here.

Please join Warren Couch in a short discussion each week based on topics from this book before your fast-paced game of pickleball begins in the gym. What does faith have to do with fitness? What is the connection between being spiritually well and physically well? Author Tom Hafer answers these questions as he explores the connections between a strong faith and everyday lifestyle choices. Filled with practical ideas about food, exercise, and total wellness, the book explores the connections between real food and “living water;” affluence and “feed my sheep;” exercising for peace; and the relationship between a well congregation and well individuals.

Beginning Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 9:30 am:

How Happiness Happens by Max Lucado

6 Weeks

Facilitated by Catherine Wolf

To sign up, click here.

There’s always a path to happiness that always delivers.  Our culture tries to convince us there is one way to happiness: aspire, acquire, desire, retire. Happiness depends on what we hang in our closet, park in our garage, and deposit in our bank account. Yet, it’s a path that always fails to deliver. In this video Bible study, bestselling author Max Lucado looks at several “one another” statements in the Bible that reveal how the happiest people on earth aren’t those who have the most but those who are willing to give the most away.

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