Each Sunday during the Sunday School hour adults have the opportunity to join in the study of God’s Word in a class. All courses are Biblically based, theologically challenging, and practically applied to every day life. Some courses are designed for men and/or women, and some for smaller groups.
Current Class Offerings Starting September 24, 2017
Remembering the Reformation’s 500th Anniversary (Adults and Youth Class)
In honor of the 500 year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation this course will trace the state of the Church before the Reformation, the key reformers, and explain the five tenets (cries) of the Protestant Reformation. We will then make the argument that a modern reformation is need today in the Evangelical Church. We will take the same five cries of the Reformation and make application to the Evangelical Church today. The format will consist of lecture, discussion and small group work.
Location: Lyons Hall
Teacher: Pastor Rick McDonnell & Dr. Grace Lee
Spiritual Mothering, Being a Titus 2 Woman (Women’s Class)
This class will be using Susan Hunt’s book, Spiritual Mothering, the Titus 2 Model for Women Mentoring Women. We will read and discuss the holy privilege and sacred responsibility we have as older women teaching, nurturing and encouraging younger women. We will encourage one another to reach out with practical suggestions on developing these life-giving relationships with the women the Lord puts in our lives.
The book is available at CBD. For our first meeting we’ll discuss chapter one, so get your book early so you can read the chapter before September 24.
Location: Upper Room
Facilitators: West Church Women