Sundays at 9:45 -10:45 a.m.
CONNECTING, GROWING, SERVING
Communities are where the big church becomes small. They exist to provide a place to live out authentic relationships with other believers in a way not possible in the larger worship service. Our communities exist to help us grow in our relationship with God through relationships with others and help us grow in our relationships with others because of our relationship with God.
Connect: Find ways to get more involved with the church and a place where believers can depend on each other.
Grow: Learn to apply the truth of the Gospel to new areas of your life and find small groups to take relationships to a deeper level.
Serve: Take ownership of your community, find places to lead in the church, and encounter different ways to be part of outreach and missions.
March through May
The Point | College | Room E119
Spiritual Disciplines: What are these things we call the Means of Grace and Spiritual Disciplines and how can we use them to grow in our relationships with God and others?
Catalyst | Post College, 20s | Room E117
1 Peter: This book is extremely poignant for believers who may feel disconnected, alone, and struggling with their identity in Christ.
Common Ground | Young Marrieds, 20s-30s | Room S4
Missionary Memoir: To study famous missionaries, their passion, choices, ministry impact, challenges and key characteristics of their life and service to the Lord.
Cornerstone | 30s-40s | Choir Room
Ambassadors | Young Families, 30s-40s | Room S2
One Another. Join us as we explore the “one another” principles within the context of community and the application of the Gospel in our relationships.
Neighbor-ology: The study of being salt and light where we live, work, and play. Participants will learn biblical principles that empower our practical works and words of love to our neighbors.
Biblical character studies: We will be doing a variety of character studies from both Old Testament and New Testament. Not just "facts" but who they were, their story, how God used them and what we can learn from them. Key is how these "lesser known" men and women reflect and point us to Christ and the larger Gospel story.
Happy Daze | 60s+ | Room S3
Christ in You: Fruit of the Spirit. We will look at what the fruit is, what it isn’t, and how we grow.
One Another: These lessons will concentrate on applying the “one another” principles within the context of community and the application of the gospel in our relationships.
Mobilization Equipping for Ministry Class: God has a mission for His Church. To accomplish this mission, God has provided the necessary resources to the church through the members of the church. Through a series of teaching lessons and assessments we will explore how God has gifted us for ministry and how to most effectively engage our gifts for participation in his great mission.
Biblical Citizenship: Looking at today’s issues through the lens of Scripture: What does the Bible say about some of our culture’s biggest moral, social and economic issues? And how should believers engage in them?
Romans 1-7. Join us as we explore the truth of the book of Romans.
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