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Study on Ephesians

The book of Ephesians is a letter from the apostle Paul written to the church of Ephesus. In this letter, we can learn about Pauls encouragement to a body of believers who are surrounded by a culture contrary to the ways of Christ. Come join with us and learn about God's goodness and unfailing love for us when we find ourselves in the midst of impossibilities.

 

 

Start Date: Sunday, January 12
Time: 9 or 10:45 am
Duration: 11 weeks
Location: Meeting Room
Cost: $5 for book
Contact: Kevin Westbrook for 9 am.
Elian & Kelly Levatino for 10:45 am.


Study on Matthew

The Gospel has changed everything. We now have direct access to the Father because of His son Jesus who's story can be found all throughout the Bible, especially in the Gospel. Come join in with us and learn about Jesus in the first of the Gospel books through Matthew's account.

 

Start Date: Sunday, January 12
Time: 9 or 10:45 am
Duration: 11 Weeks
Location: Meeting Room
Cost: $5 for book.
Contact: Jefferson Gilder for 9 am.
Johnny Mendoza for 10:45 am.


Study on Daniel

Sometimes, we can walk through a season that it seems like everyone and everything is against us. Come join with us and learn about God's unbroken faithfulness to Daniel and Daniels devotion and love for the Lord, even in the midst of events such as being taken captive and thrown into a den of lions.

 

Start Date: Sunday, January 12
Time: 9 or 10:45 am
Duration: 11 Weeks
Location: Meeting Room
Cost: $5 for book.
Contact: Jason Manuel for 9 am.
Marc Mannella for 10:45 am.


Study on 2 Samuel

David is one of the most interesting and famous people in God's word. Come join with us to learn about the "man after God's own heart", much of which is recorded in 2 Samuel.

 

 

Start Date: Sunday, January 12
Time: 9 or 10:45 am
Duration: 11 Weeks
Location: Meeting Room
Cost: $5 for book.
Contact: Todd & Christin Poley for 9 am.
Rich Williams for 10:45 am.

 


 

Study Group Midweek Offerings

 


Men's Christian Ethics Study Group

How does a Christian make ethical decisions? What role does government play in a Christian’s life? What does the Bible say about capital punishment, war, abortion, birth control, economics, sexuality, personal property? Are the 10 commandments applicable today? Join us as we answer these questions and many more.

Start Date: Thursday, August 29
Time: 6:30 am
Duration: Ongoing - Join at any time.
Location: The Front Room
Cost: $30 for book.
Contact: Sam Shaw

 


 

Women's Colossians Bible Study Group

Faced with the threat of false teachers, the early church at Colossae desperately needed a reminder of the “hope of the gospel they had heard." Who better to give them a review lesson than the apostle Paul? Writing from a prison cell, Paul countered the heresy by laying out the supremacy of Christ. Christ is sufficient. Christ is everything. He is enough and more. Why turn to anything else?

As we study Colossians, we too will be reminded of who Christ is, and who we are in Him, while also learning how these truths affect our day to day lives. This 9 week study begins Wednesday, January 15 and meets from 9:30-11 am. Childcare is available by registration only.

Start Date: Wednesday, January 15
Time: 9:30-11 am
Duration: 9 weeks - Join at any time.
Location: The Middle School Room
Cost: None
Contact: Natalie Metcalf

 


 

Women's Precept Study on Romans - Part 3 Winter 2020

This ongoing Precept study of the book of Romans focuses on Romans 9-11. We’ll learn that God doesn’t go back on His promises as we study God’s sovereignty, His choice of Israel, and His faithfulness to His covenant.

Start Date: Thursday, February 6
Time: 6-8 pm
Duration: Through November 5
Location: Front Room
Cost: $15
Contact: Sunday Holmes or Michelle Burns.