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Members and continuing guests are encouraged to find groups with which to grow as Christians through study, service to others and supportive fellowship.

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Learning Community: Enneagram Concentrates II – Subtypes: Values and Preoccupations of Your Core Number

Jan 9 - Feb 13 Wed 7-9 pm Men & Women On campus


This course is for people who have taken the Enneagram Journey or Concentrates I and are ready to deepen their Enneagram growth. Subtypes are an additional facet of the Enneagram. Becoming aware of our subtype helps explain differences in behavior of people with the same Enneagram number. These subtypes are Self Preservation, Social, and Sexual (one-on-one bonding). $90.

Learning Community: Enneagram Wisdom Within Your Marriage

Feb 9 Sat 9 am - 4 pm Men & Women On campus


Have you ever wondered why your spouse did the things they did? Simple conversations, household chores or child rearing can become slippery slopes into chaos, conflict and resentment. In this experiential workshop, discover the advantage Enneagram knowledge offers couples and allow compassion to replace anger, shame, and fear. Participants should know their number. $100/couple.

Learning Community: Financial Peace

Feb 17 - Apr 14 Sun 5-6:30 pm Men & Women On campus


In debt? Need a plan for our money? Financial Peace University is here to help with practical, proven advice for dealing with the financial part of your life and the relationships it involves. Cost: $109.

Learning Community: Know Your Number: The Basics of Enneagram

Jan 12 Sat 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Men & Women On campus


This basic Enneagram workshop will offer people an opportunity to better understand Enneagram, help them determine their own number, as well as learn about the other eight numbers and how they interact.

Learning Community: Making Sense of the Bible

Jan 29 - Mar 5 Tue 6:30-8 pm Men & Women On campus


The world’s best-selling, most read, and most loved book is also sometimes the most confusing. We will explore the overall message of the role of God and people in creating the Bible, and how to make sense of challenging topics in the Bible like faith and science, violence, and sexuality. We invite you to ask questions as we wrestle with understanding how the Bible helps us find meaning and purpose in our lives. $10.

Learning Community: Praying the Scriptures

Weekly, on-going Wed 1-2:30 pm Men & Women On campus


Using the lectio divina method for small groups, we will pray various scriptures and even some spiritual classics. Instead of focusing on facts and background information, we will be seeking to hear God speaking to us through the scriptures. A long term commitment is not required. You may participate as your schedule permits, including joining at any time! No cost.

Learning Community: Reflections on God

Mar 11 - Apr 1 Mon 7-8:30 pm Men & Women On campus


Have you ever wondered if your understanding of God is trapped at a third-grade level? Ever mistakenly insisted that “everything happens for a reason?” Ever blamed God for a tragedy that shook you to the core? Our resource will be the book, Reflections on God, and led by its author, Justin Tull. Purchase the book through Amazon or from the author at the first class meeting.

Learning Community: Speaking with Integrity in a Divided World

Feb 10 - Mar 17 Sun 3-4:30 pm Men & Women On campus


It is difficult to discuss controversial issues with integrity so that we learn from each other, formulate our own positions without fear of reprisal, and contribute to a healthier culture. All ages, all theological & political perspectives, the frustrated and the hopeful, are invited to practice a model for meaningful dialogue around tough issues. $10.

Learning Community: The Ways of Grace: Companions in Christ

Jan 9 - Mar 6 Wed 10-11:30 pm Men & Women On campus


Using an experiential approach to scripture, participants will journey through the central stories in the Gospel of John, hoping to identify with the grace received by each character who encounters Jesus. While God’s grace comes to us in unique ways, it also comes to us across all boundaries of time and place. This is not a traditional Bible study, but a deep, personal engagement in the scriptural text. $10.

Learning Community: Why Didn’t I Convince You?

Mar 10-24 Sun 11 am - 12 noon Men & Women On campus


Have you ever really tried - and failed - to convince someone of the correctness of your understanding on religious issues? After the debate is over, do you ever wonder what happened? What you said or did not say, did or did not do, that was likely responsible for your failure? Find out why it’s so difficult, and then next time use your discoveries to your mutual benefit. No cost.

Learning Community: You’ll Get Through This – Women’s Bible Study

Jan 15 - Feb 26 Tue 11:30 am - 1 pm Women On campus


You fear you won’t get through, whatever “this” is, financial woes, relationship valleys, health crises. Will the sky ever brighten? This load ever lighten? Yes! Deliverance is to the Bible what jazz music is to Mardi Gras, bold, brassy and everywhere. Do you crave hope for the tough times? Then this is the message you need. $12.

Men's Bible Study: Monday Morning

Weekly Mon 6:30 - 7:30 am Men On campus


Great group for "on the go" men of all ages.