Current Curricula

Sunday School 9:50-10:35 am

  • Middle School - 6th - 8th grade students in Room 103 will join Chandi Robberstad and Brenda Hanson for a study of Old Testament figures entitled Character: Old Testament People - Encounters with God. The study features units on Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Joshua, Caleb, David and others. More information about the curriculum can be found here →
  • High School - 9th - 12th grade students meet in The Garage (across the street, 2314 Library Circle) to dive deeper into hot button issues in today's society with Chip Ingram in a video series titled Culture Shock. Such preparation and investigation is crucial for students headed to college. The course is taught by Tim Rygh, and we will be interspersing various lessons throughout the series. Students can expect to analyze movie clips, pop music, Christian music, news articles and more with an eye to hot-button issues like relativism, sexuality, and abortion.   More information about the series can be found here →  

Wednesday Nights 5:45 - 8:30 pm (MS 5:45-7:30, HS 7:00 - 8:30) 

  • Living Faithful in an Unfaithful World - The first eight weeks of the fall will be spent in Daniel and Paul's letters to Timothy studying by example and exhortation the call to faithfulness in an unfaithful world. Gary Jones will lead us in this study - so far it's been a blast and magic tricks have been a feature of his teaching style. :)  More information about the series can be found here → 
  • Advent: He was Born to Be - The last five weeks of our fall semester we will spend preparing our hearts for Christmas. Jeff Hoplin will lead the study. He will be using material from both the Old and New Testaments as well as some theatrical material. Should be enjoyable, and remind us of the glory of Christ's first coming. 

Events (Registrations and Calendars)

We currently have no upcoming events with open registrations yet! Stay tuned for more information about upcoming ski trips, retreats, fun nights, and more!

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