Bible Study (1 Samuel)
The objective of our class is to study through a complete book of the Bible. The class operates on a discussion basis where we all contribute & grow together. Currently, they are studying 1 Samuel, which they will complete toward the end of February and will then move on to 1, 2 & 3 John.
Bible Study (Topical Studies)
We study topics raised up from the scriptures in a discussion format.
Bible Study (Philippians)
The class is now "Plumbing Philippians". The approach is to look at the book of Philippians in small chunks; to try to understand how what Paul wrote integrates with the rest of the Bible. The goal is to apply the truths in this book to our lives, so that we can be transformed into being more like Christ.
Senior Adults Bible Study
A Bible Study for adults relating to living as believers in our modern world. February 2012 topics concern the centrality and sufficiency of Christ for living in a culture that often does not recognize or acknowledge the exclusive claims of the gospel on the modern believer's life. The scriptures are from Paul's Letter to the Colossians.
Young Adults Bible Study
This class is made up of married couples and single adults in their mid 20s - 30s. The 3-part Sunday morning class time is open and casual and is comprised of a time of fellowship, followed by a time in which they pray for one another and study. This fellowship-oriented class also gathers frequently outside of church.
Subjects studied rotate throughout the year, the group is currently studying The Meaning of Marriage by Timothy Keller who describes his work as drawing "a profound portrait of marriage from the pages of Scripture that neither idealizes nor rejects the institution but points us back to the relationship between God and man. The result is a vision for marriage that is refreshingly frank and unsentimental, yet hopeful and beautiful." During study time this group encourages the input of each member, which results in lively discussions and meaningful connection.