Wednesday evening Bible Study- Taking a break until September

Location: Room 206


Wednesday evening Bible Study is taught by our Pastor, Ray Cobb. During this hour the pastor teaches through a book of the Bible.  This is predominately a lecture study with some discussion.  If you like to listen and learn, this may be just the place for you.  Of course questions and comments are always welcomed.  The current study is on the book of Acts.

Sunday Morning Classes- Summer 2019

Sundays at 10:00 AM between worship services we offer a variety of adult classes for any one to participate in. We study the Bible, have times of fellowship, and seek to learn more about God and how to live as disciples of Jesus Christ. Class topics change regularly, but we have several ongoing groups that meet each week.

Establishing Disciples: Corinthians

Location: Room 201

Corinthians is perhaps best known for its love chapter but that's not all Paul had to say to the Corinthian church.  Young adults are invited to join us as we discover the rest of what Paul wrote to the Corinthians and consider the implications for today.

Establishing Disciples is tailored to young adults, so anyone in their college-aged years to their early 30s, single or married, will feel right at home.  College students home for the summer are always welcome.

Bible Study Class:  ECO Essential Tenets

Location: Fellowship A

A five part series of interactive discussion aimed at helping us to carry out ECO's stated mission - "to build flourishing churches making disciples of Jesus Christ".  We will use our new denomination's published guidance to identify the central and foundational truths of Presbyterian and Reformed traditions that ECO wants all of its churches to teach and study.  

Session 1 - we'll discuss ECO's Essential Tenets as published in their new constitution  

Session 2 - an overview of the creeds, confessions, and catechisms recommended by ECO for adult study  

Session 3 -  will cover basic reformed beliefs including the 5 Solas, TULIP, and TGC's statement of belief among other foundational premises and concepts such as creation, original sin and salvation 

Session 4 -  we'll participate in an exercise designed to help us find bible references to back up the teachings and beliefs covered in the first three sessions 

Session 5 -  will be a group effort to develop short, concise answers to potential questions about our church 

Fellowship Class:  "Meeting the Spirit"

Location: Fellowship Hall B

The Fellowship Class will be studying “Meeting the Spirit”, a study by Douglas Connelly. Each of the ten lessons features a different way that the Holy Spirit works in the lives of believers. As Connelly declares, “The Holy Spirit is eager to work in your life and draw you closer to God.” All are welcome to come anytime.

The Fellowship Class is a group that values conversation and offers hospitality as they gather to study God’s word.   All studies are centered around group discussion of biblical topics. 

Homebuilders:  Look for a new study to begin in August

Location: Room 100

We are joining the Bible Class on ECO Tenets for a 5 week study beginning 6/30.

Homebuilders is a class that is open to all, interactive and conversational, focused on fostering fellowship and discipleship in such areas as marriage and family relationships, parenting, financial stewardship, and other parts of our daily walk with God.

SALT (Single Adults in the Lord Together) Esther

Location: 101

The SALT Class is beginning a six week study of Esther by Kathleen Neilson.

The SALT Class is designed to help single adults apply biblical truths in all their relationships.  This class uses a variety of resources including videos and group discussion.

Questions about what class might be right for you?  Contact Amie Palmer