1 Samuel -- Looking for a Leader by John Woodhouse
This is an opportunity to deepen our faith through a consideration of the book of 1 Samuel -- we are assured that this material is God breathed and profitable for '...teaching, and reproof, and for correction, and for training in righteousness..." With the Lord's help we will surely find it so.
We meet Thursdays at 6:15 am here at the church.
Men! Let’s gather to study and discuss God's word. Beginning September 4th we will be going over 1 Samuel. Three different meeting times are available.
Mondays at 6:30 am - Bagel Boy (3200 E 26th St)
Wednesdays at 12:00 pm - Cody's Smokehouse (6401 S Louise Ave)
Saturdays at 7:00 am - Josiah's Coffeehouse (101 S Reid St)
Tuesday Evening Bible Study
Tuesday evenings at church from 6:30-8:30 PM. Intro night is September 3rd and then every other Tuesday evening starting September 10th for the study "1 Peter--A Living Hope in Christ" by Jen Wilkin (Cost is $15).
Thursday Morning Bible Study
From 9-11 AM starting September 12th. We will be studying "1 Peter--A Living Hope in Christ" by Jen Wilkin (Cost is $15). Childcare will be provided up to age 5.
Adult Sunday School
With Jim Power
(Takes place in the Fellowship Hall)
Please join us as we reflect on God's glorious vision for the church and how that vision includes a vital role for each of us.
Biblical Model for CHurch Elders
with Donn Hill
(Runs from September 8th-29th in room 110)
Have you ever wondered what a church elder does? Well, you’re not alone. In this four-week class, we will study the biblical model for church leadership. The class is open to any adult. Former elders and potential future elders are encouraged to attend. We will be ordering a copy of Jeramie Rinne’s Church Elders book for each person in the class, so please sign up before August 20 by clicking the link below or by calling Ellie in our church office at (605) 338-2077.
College and Career Class
with Mike Austin
(Takes place in room 106)
This class is for college students and beyond. It includes a discussion of the themes from the morning's sermon along with some short biographical looks at Christian philosophers.