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JANUARY 14 - MAY 19     SESSION 2

For K-Adult 

Classes meet at 9-9:45am

(please arrive at 8:55 if possible)

 

Nursery provided for ages 0-4

CHILDREN and YOUTH

K-2nd GRADES  downstairs classroom #1 / Teachers: Penny Curler/Lisa Sargent

Life With God *

3rd-6th GRADES downstairs classroom #2 / Teacher: Melinda Williams

Life With God *

*K-6th grades will be using the Curriculum

Life With God 

published by Good Dirt Ministries written by Lacy Borgo.

This curriculum is different because it is about true connection.

Entertainment has become the fast and sterile substitute for the

hard work of relationships. Children are hungry for relationships.

They come into this world looking for connections.  For this reason,

this curriculum has not been written to entertain. Instead it’s been

written to give children what they need, what they really want,

and what they have been asking for if we were listening –

relationship. Relationship with the adults who love them and

relationship with Jesus who loved them so much he gave his life

for them. That’s not to say that there won’t be fun, or laughter, or the exhilarating

sense of celebration. Life With God is full of these emotions. Our focus is connection,

both to God and to each other, because that is what we are all seeking no matter

how old we are.

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7th-12th GRADES  Upper Room / Teachers: Erick & Faith Gong, Emily Fuller

"Is the Bible Worth Knowing?"

Discover skills and resources to be able to dig into Scripture.
Experience the Spirit's voice through the contemplative practice of Lectio Divina. 

Ask the question "What is it really mean to be a follower of Christ?" Not all questions are answered with clarity in the Bible, but this one is. Let's dive into the inspired Word of God. Is knowing what the Bible says worthwhile? Come and see.

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2024

ADULT 18+  

Fellowship Hall  (Coffee/Tea ready at 8:45)

Come and join adults of all ages (college, young, middle, and older!) in an intergenerational opportunity to study God's Word and ways together.

Two Options
We encourage you to choose a class to attend. This semester's choices allow you to come to all of one, or some of one or a combo of either.

OPTION 1

The Psalms    What do the Psalms tell us of God and His people at the time of their writing. What does it hold for us today? How can we use the Psalms in our personal worship? From lament to wild joyfulness, and everything in between, there is so much there for us today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPTION 2
"More Books That Move Us"  We are bringing back this popular class with more book titles. Learn about some great authors and books that people are reading and want to recommend. Each book presenter will pick sections out of their book to read and discuss. Come to one or come to all.
       Finished  “How to Inhabit Time” by James K.A. Smith
      Led by Deborah Dickerson—Jan 14, 21, 28 

2.  "Life of the Beloved” by Henri Nouwen
      Led by Greg Vigne—Feb 4, 11, 18

       5-week Lenten Study  - Feb 25 - Mar 24 - Click Here


3. “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane”  

       by Kate DiCamillo    

       Led by Faith Gong — Faith  Apr 7, 14, 21, 28
4.  Articles from Plough magazine (Theme on Conflict)
      Led by Jane Kimble —May 5, 12, 19         

 

Book/Magazine purchase option (not required) at first class for subsidized cost of $5 each.

Feb. 18 - Ps. 37 (Laurel Calkins)

 

5-week Lenten Study  - Feb 25 - Mar 24  Click Here

 

April 7 - Ps. TBA (Pastor Stephanie)

April 14 - Ps. TBA  (Pastor Stephanie)

April 21 - Ps. 2 (Chad Disorda)

April 28 - Ps. 22 (Chad Disorda)

May 5 - Ps. 110 (Chad Disorda)

May 12 - Ps. TBA (Erick Gong)

May 19 - Ps. TBA (Erick Gong)

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