Gather with others in the Upper Atrium immediately following the 8:30 a.m. worship service for a time of fellowship and connection. Enjoy locally brewed coffee and sharing life with one another before classes. Classes are open to all and visitors are always welcome! Questions? Contact Warren Kinghorn.
Summer Classes | 10-10:45 a.m.
Summer Story Stations
An opportunity for everyone, young and old alike, to create, play, listen, imagine, and dance with the stories of the Old Testament. We will eat foods particular to the story, make art, read books, and experience the story through all five senses. The Story Stations are for everyone in the church. Grab someone young or old, with or without children or whose children are grown, and ask them to walk with you! You won’t want to miss this chance to walk through scripture together.
Location: Fellowship Hall Facilitator: Traci Hoover
This class focuses on practical application of scripture through group discussion. We are following the sermon series in the Gospel of Luke. Newcomers are always welcome!
Location: Room 401 Leaders: Don Grigg & Rudy Renfer
College & Young Adults
Is there a Big Story? Are Christians right to claim that there is a “big story” of the Bible? And could that be the true story of history and our lives? If you have questions about how the Old Testament Relates to the New Testament, about the place of the law and the prophets, Revelation, or Resurrection, this will be worth your time!
Location: Community Room Teachers: John David Corwin & Jeff Baker
The Faith Seeking Understanding
This class will be using Michael Reeves’ book “The Unquenchable Flame” to begin what will turn into an extended study of the Reformation in the fall. Please visit and join us!
Location: Room 402 Teacher: Russ Congleton.
Growing in Grace
This class will be continuing an ongoing study of the Gospel of Luke, and then will be turning to a study of the book of Revelation. We hope you will join us!
Location: Room 405 Teacher: Paul Immanuel