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Adult Ministry

Then Jesus said ... “If you continue in my word, you are truly my disciples; and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” - John 8:31-32

Learning Communities

We are pleased to offer short-term classes and seminars on a variety of subjects throughout the year. Topics may include spiritual formation, Bible study, theology, personal growth, parenting, marriage enrichment, and others as they arise.
These groups, formed by common interest, offer opportunities to meet new people in the church and community and often span generations, thus adding to the richness of the experience. 

Registrations and payments are online through Fellowship One.

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  • Big Sunday School: Hymns of the Faith  •  July 9-30
        When & Where: Sun  •  July 9-30  •  9:45-10:45 am  •  Coleman Family Hall
        Led by: Dr. Chris Anderson, Dr. Dan Flanagan, Rev. Fred Trevino, Ian Gill
        Childcare: Yes. Nursery (0-23 mos.) & Sunday school (2 yrs - kinder at 8:45, 2 yrs - 12th grade at 9:45, 2 yrs - 1st grade at 11)

    Those not in a Sunday school class as well as classes who would like to come together for a time this summer are invited to participate. Each week will feature discussion of that day's sermon from the worship series This is MySong
    July 9 - Hymns of our Faith with Dr. Chris Anderson, Associate Professor of Sacred Music
    July 16 - "Amazing Grace" with Dr. Dan Flanagan
    July 23 - "There is a Balm in Gilead" with Rev. Fred Treviño
    July 30 - "It is Well with My Soul" with Ian Gill

        Registration not Required Registration Deadline: None
  • Just Mercy  •  July 18 - Aug 1
        When & Where: Tue  •  July 18 - Aug 1  •  7-8:30 pm  •  Room 203
        Led by: Dr. Dan Flanagan, Rev. Pavielle Jenkins, Emily Winnenberg
        Childcare: No

    Using Bryan Stevenson’s book Just Mercy, this 3-week study will focus on those incarcerated from the perspective of mental illness, poverty, fair treatment and re-entry into society. Dr. Dan Flanagan, Rev. Pavielle Jenkins, and Emily Winnenberg will lead the group in discussion. Participants are encouraged to purchase their own book and read it in advance of the study, but it is not required.

        REGISTER ONLINE Registration Deadline: July 17
  • Wicked Women of the Bible  •  July 30 - Aug 27 (except Aug 13)
        When & Where: Sun  •  July 30 - Aug 27 (except Aug 13)  •  3-5 pm  •  
        Led by: Stacy Ruff
        Childcare: Yes. Please make reservations when you register for the class or at at least 4 business days in advance.

    Join us for discussion of four of Ann Spangler's chapters about wicked and “wicked good” women. Historical and cultural background as well as brief Bible studies enhance the stories in the book.

        REGISTER ONLINE Registration Deadline: July 30
Events for Adults
Fit for Life/Yoga Stretch

Tue+Thur, 9-10:30am

Spring Habitat Build

Saturdays, Mar 25 - June 10

I would like to go to the Holy Land, but...

Final info meeting June 4 at noon

Young Adult Pickleball

Tue, June 27, 7-9 pm, Gym

Criminal Justice Book Discussion

Tue, July 18 - Aug 1, 7-8:30 pm,

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