On Wednesday nights at 6:30 PM we host classes, Bible studies and other groups. Classes range from practical topics like communication or finances, to Bible studies relevant to today's world. Our new round of in person and online classes starts on Wednesday, September 8. If you plan to attend, fill out the online form at the bottom of the page to register.
This class has been cancelled, but we are working on a couples class or event for relationship building for the spring. Look for more info next year.
She Did What She Could: 5 Word of Jesus that Will Change Your Life
Women's Study Led by Patti Martin. Hybrid class: Online and in person. Room 207
If you are trying to be everything for everyone, and still feel like you come up short, this class is for you. This study provides realistic guidance for women who are overwhelmed with the everyday, and sometimes may feel like they are never enough. Find out how the five words "She Did What She Could" could help change your life. Class will meet in person in the CLEC and will be offered via zoom simultaneously. Book cost: $10
Book of Nehemiah
Bible Study Led by Pastor Bob Martin. Hybrid class: Online and in person. Room 201
Difficult situations require godly people and godly leadership. Nehemiah did more than lead a construction project; he led the people to correct injustices, to return to worship, and to spiritual revival. In a time when people were content to live in the rubble of life, God used individuals to stand against the tide and help others see the greater good that could be reached by moving forward. In this study, we'll learn from Nehemiah's example what we need to do as current day believers to be used by God to accomplish His purpose. Bring your Bible or we can provide one to you. Class will meet in person in the CLEC and will be offered via zoom simultaneously. No cost for this class.
Holding Up Your Corner: Talking About Race in Your Community
Online Class Led by Pastor Pam Dubov
The phrase ‘holding up your corner’ is derived from a biblical story (Mark 2: 1 – 5) about four people who take action in order to help another person—literally delivering that person to Christ. In terms of this study, ‘holding up your corner’ refers to feeling empowered to speak out about the injustice in our community, and the ways we step up to meet a particular problem and proactively do something about it. This study is a discussion group led by Pastor Pam Dubov where we will talk about race and examine our potential biases. We will also discuss how to acknowledge, affirm, and act in ways that lift up people who have been oppressed and discriminated against. This class will meet online only. Sign up on the form and we will send you the zoom link. Book cost: $10