Living Right Side Up in an Upside Down World — A study of I Thessalonians. Our purpose in this study is to be assured and re-assured that even in this crazy world we live in, we as individuals and as a church can do more than just survive. We can Thrive! But how does that happen? It comes down to those three basic elements of the Christian life -- Faith, Hope, and Love. Join us for an interactive study and discussion of this extremely relative book of 1Thessalonians. Led by Lowell Nelson in the Fellowship Hall.
Women's Study of Mark — For women of all ages, designed as a group in which women can come as often or as little as they are able. A study of Jesus through the eyes of John Mark, the writer of the book of Mark. Join us as we follow the Master and deepen our understanding of His love and salvation and what it means to be a true disciple of Jesus. Led by Joyce Folson in Room 209A (off the Fellowship Hall).
Growing as a Disciple of Christ — This discussion-based class will read and study the Sermon on the Mount, and wrestle with how we live out this quintessential teaching of Jesus in our contemporary world. Led by Paul Todhunter in Room 104A-B. Adults of all ages are welcome.
College and Career "A Walk Through Old Testament Prophets" —Join us as we walk through the Old Testament Prophets. Come and get a broad feel for God’s Word through the Old Testament prophets and join in the discussion of how we apply that to our lives today. Led by Doug Rambeck in Room 102 in the lower level.
Chinese Bible Study — Our Chinese friends all are welcome to attend this Sunday morning study with an emphasis on marriage. Led by Pastor Scott in Room 223, the Lounge.
Middle School - 6th - 8th grade students join Chandi Robberstad and Web Gehring in Room 103 for a study of Proverbs.
High School - 9th - 12th grade students meet in The Garage (across the street, 2314 Library Circle) to dive deeper into what it means to be a Christian. Students will discuss matters of faith, church, relationship, and the transition to college along with Tim Rygh. We will be mixing a variety of currricula throughout the fall. Students can expect to analyze movie clips, pop music, Christian music, news articles, and more.
For the two year old and preschool Bible Time we use The Gospel Project curriculum. You can read more about The Gospel Project here. Children in Kindergarten through fifth grade will study the Children Desiring God curriculum. Kindergarten are studying Jesus What a Savior! First and second grade students are learning The ABC's of God, third grade students are discovering how He is Faithful to All His Promises, and fourth and fifth grade students gather to study How Majestic is Your Name. You can read more about Children Desiring God here.
For specific locations and classroom numbers, stop at the Welcome Center on Sunday Morning.
We do take several weeks off throughout the year for holidays and other events. For the 2018-2019 School year, we will not have Sunday Bible Studies on the following dates:
11/25/18 - Thanksgiving
12/23/18 - Christmas
12/30/18 - Christmas
4/21/19 - Easter
5/26/19 - Memorial Day