In 8 sessions, explore themes of fundamental Christian doctrine through verse-by-verse study of Colossians. Learn who Christ is, who you are in Him, and how to grow and mature in your faith. This study is an early morning women’s study that will meet from 6:30 AM-7:30 AM on Thursday mornings beginning September 19. You can register for this study and purchase your book by clicking here: Bible Study Registration Form-Fall 2019
This 12 week women’s Bible study of the book of Isaiah is for anyone who thinks that comfort is equivalent to pity and that it is only priceless to those who need an emotional crutch. Best-selling author Warren Wiersbe applies the words of the prophet Isaiah to prove that God’s comfort is no such thing. The word comfort actually translates “to repent” in Hebrew; our English translation, however, adds another dimension to the word since it originated from two Latin words meaning “with strength.”
With definitions and insights like this, the “pastor of pastors” and phenomenal author Warren Wiersbe continues to enliven the Scriptures as he weaves the words of Isaiah with historical explanations and thought-provoking questions. This class meets Thursday mornings from 9:30-11:30 AM in room 107 beginning September 19. To register and purchase your book,
click here:Bible Study Registration Form-Fall 2019
Fall group begins Thursday August 22 at 6:30 pm in room 107.
Grief Share is a Christ-Centered support group for people who have lost a significant person in their lives such as a child, spouse, or sibling.
The curriculum is designed so that you can join or repeat the class at anytime in the 13-week cycle.
Each evening begins with a video lesson on a particular area of recovery and the grieving process. The group then spends time in discussing the video, and sharing about what is happening in each other’s lives. No one is required to speak if they are not comfortable.
Cost is one-time fee $20
To sign up contact Elinor Minge at firstname.lastname@example.org
Survivors Of Suicide Loss (SOSL) Support Groups provide a comfortable, non-threatening setting to share your experiences and thoughts. Or you may just want to listen. But being with those who have had a similar experience, who can understand in a special way, is a gift the group shares with one another, a gift that may not be available elsewhere.
Anyone who has lost a family member or friend to suicide is invited to attend. There is no charge for this support group
This SOSL support group will meet on the church campus the 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 7:00pm – 8:30pm in room 105.
Questions? Contact John Gaskins, email@example.com