Classes and Studies
Rather than just providing information, our classes and programs create experiences that engage and transform our hearts and actions. Time together as a community nurtures us personally and encourages us to pour out the love of Christ to all.
We offer classes that focus on scripture, theology, and/or discipleship every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. You can join these classes in-person at our church or online through Zoom.
You can find a full list of classes, Bible studies, and small groups below.
Sundays, January 9-30, 10 a.m., in person (S202) and via Zoom
Mental health is health, and to flourish and grow in a wholesome way, we must tend to our mind, body, and spirit. This means understanding our relationship with our bodies, thoughts and emotions, and with God. Led by professionals from Sun Counseling and Wellness, this four-week series will focus on tools for well-being through renewal and embrace of our whole selves.
Jan. 9: Values & Coping Skills with Sheba Surratt & Juliet Kuehnle
The more we understand our personal values, the more we can live aligned with and guided by them. In class, we will complete a values clarification, discuss a variety of coping skills, and identify those that resonate most personally.
Jan. 16 Showing Up Authentically with Jackie Greco
Living authentically means giving yourself permission to be human. This session will explore transparency, vulnerability, toxic positivity, boundary-setting and how to ask for help.
Jan. 23: Attunement To Our Whole Selves with Bailey Pitts and Hailey Knox
To thrive, we must be in tune with all aspects of ourselves, balancing mind, body and thoughts. This week will help create awareness of how we move, maintain and recharge our physical selves.
Jan. 30: Soul-Care: The Fruits of our Flourishing Soul with Sandra Boozer
We tend to become distracted or resist tending to ourselves when nurturing our souls can actually help us flourish. This class offer suggestions for planting seeds that lead to deeper connection to ourselves, others, God, and our soul’s purpose.
Sundays, February 6-27
Being Practitioners – February Sunday School Series – “We are all called to be practitioners. Otherwise… we’re audience” (Boyle, The Whole Language). Learn about five men who have practiced their faith through embodied advocacy.
Exploring the Bible
*For the month of February, this class will join the class studying the topic “Being Practitioners.”*
This class is an in-depth study of the whole Biblical story from Genesis to Revelation. It includes the historical and cultural context, Jewish and Christian scriptural interpretation, and modern applications.
Tuesday Morning Bible Study
Inspired by writers such as NT Wright, Richard Rohr, Amy-Jill Levine and Marcus Borg, this group engages in multiple ways of knowing and sensing God and God’s revelation in Jesus Christ. Book topics include scriptural study, theology, ethics, and spirituality. All are welcome.
Bible and Beverage
Discussions about God’s presence in the issues of our day serve as catalysts to deepen the faith of and the connection among men of all ages. Led by Rev. Pen Peery.
Meeting on Third Thursday of the month.
Thursday Morning Men’s Bible Study
Our primary focus and the question that guides our reading is how a particular passage shapes our daily living. Currently studying 1 Peter, we have worked through other scripture including Matthew, Acts, and Philippians. New participants are always welcome.
Thursday Women’s Bible Study
Studying various books together, this group develops a deepened connection to God and builds bonds of friendship and mutual support with one another. All ages welcome. Led by Rev. Mary Margaret Porter.
Holy Land Trip
All spots are filled but you can join the waitlist in case anyone cancels
We offer a database of additional resources so you can continue your education whenever it’s convenient for you. Resources include recordings of past classes, and resources to read or listen to.
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