- Sep26Sunday School for all ages
Every Sunday, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Children's Sunday School Sunday school classes are offered during 10:30 worship for children in 4's preschool through sixth grade. Specific information about rooms can be found in the bulletin on Sunday morning. Truth...
Wednesday Evening Study
The Wednesday Evening Study is designed for the individual who wants an in-depth experience with a variety of books or with scripture. The series includes separate studies lasting for several weeks. The study is not only an encounter with the book or scripture, but meeting together for so many weeks also creates a sense of community and fellowship. You can learn more about this study group by contacting Rev. Mary Dicken
Truth Seekers Bible Study Class
This group meets in the Conference Room at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays to share fellowship and faith perspectives in a continuing study of the Bible or some spiritual topic. This year, they are using a new edition commentary on The Letters of John and Jude by William Barclay as a guide to lead their discussions. This well-known scholar, writer and the author of a 17-volume series of New Testament commentaries uses contemporary language and examples to help groups and individuals discover and understand what the message of the Bible means for their lives. We invite you to sit in with this fun Bible study group. For more information, contact Rev. Mary Dicken.
Monday Morning Bible Study
Get a fresh start to your week with the Monday Morning Bible Study on Monday mornings in the 2nd Floor Meeting Room (behind the Chapel) at 10:00 a.m. The study offers an opportunity to explore scripture and build relationships with others in the church. As you encounter the scripture you are invited to not only share your perspective but to also enjoy considering the perspective of others. You can enter the study at any time and even if you miss a few weeks, you can easily join right back into the study. It is an hour of sharing, prayer and study. Childcare is provided. Interested? Email Rev. Mary Dicken.