Adult Education Hour on Sunday mornings includes a choice of four classes beginning at 10:55 AM:
“12 Ordinary Men”- Contrary to popular belief, we do not have to be perfect to do God’s work. Look no further than the twelve disciples whose many weaknesses are forever preserved throughout the pages of the New Testament. Jesus chose ordinary men- fisherman, tax collectors, political zealots- and turned their weakness into strength. Author John MacArthur helps us draw principles from Christ’s careful, hands-on training of the original twelve disciples for today’s modern disciple- you. Led by Lee Cummins in Room #3- Library.
Glimpses of God in Stories” – A spiritual formation class examining short stories of fiction and non-fiction for images and experiences of God. Led by Elaine Anne MacGregor. Room #4.
“Essential Truth- Deeper Faith Through the Apostles’ Creed- “ -Okay, you’re a Christian. But do you ever want to know more about what you believe? Here’s your opportunity! Using the ancient Apostles Creed, this class asks what it means to believe God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and what happens after we die. We’ll be guided to deeper faith by Bible scholars on DVD, and a student book. Led by Debra Indahl. Room #7.
“Making Love Last a Lifetime” -Adam Hamilton, author for a nine week course of “Making Love Last a Lifetime.” This course will give you Biblical perspectives of Love, Marriage and Sex. Open to couples and singles. Led by Angie and Darren Reck. Room #5.
New Wednesday Nights:
“Enough- What God Thinks About Money” We can serve it, or it can serve us. Money can be a good tool, or a constant burden. It can unite people, or divide them badly. We all need it, but we often don’t know how to handle it. But there’s hope; God’s way of thinking about money can help it go much further, and bring us peace. Classes will meet from 6:30p.m. -7:30p.m. Led by Pastor Greg. Room #6.
Additional spiritual growth and fellowship opportunities include:
Women’s Literature Group meets once per month, either on a Thursday evening at 6:30 PM or on a Saturday morning at 9:30 AM, sometimes in people’s homes and sometimes at church. Call the church office for times and locations.
A Men’s Breakfast Group meets every Friday at 6:30 AM at Keys Cafe in Woodbury.
Vintage People is a ministry of fellowship, spiritual growth, education, and outreach, by and for retirees. They socialize roughly once a month visiting museums, shows, hosting dinners, volunteering, and a variety of other activities.