Develop Midweek Studies
This spring we’re offering several discussion-oriented studies designed to help you grow as a Jesus-follower into a difference-maker for a world of people far from God. We have groups meeting on Mondays and Wednesdays, in-person at our downtown campus and online over Zoom. Children and preschool programming is offered in person on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
•Classes will not meet on April 14
Healthy Living Essentials
Led by Dr. Paul Higbee / room 108, Detroit Tower / May 22-April 12 / 11:00 AM
Join Dr. Paul Higbee as he shares how to develop and keep healthy lifestyle habits. Please RSVP to email@example.com or by calling (918) 594-5073.
Women's Virtual Study: "Jesus & Women in the First Century and Now" by Kristi McLellane
Led by Janet Frazer / Zoom / April 12-May 24 / 6:30-8:00 pm
Join biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland on those dusty roads as she transports you back to Jesus' world, following in the footsteps of the women who came face-to-face with the Living God. Over 7 sessions, examine the historical and cultural climate of first-century Middle Eastern society to not only understand Jesus more deeply but to fuel your worship of Him today.
Led by Deron Spoo / room 405, Children's Bldg / January 13-April 28 / 6:15 pm
This 14-week verse-by-verse study of the second half of 1 Samuel will highlight the first appearance of King David in the Bible. Besides Jesus, David is the most mentioned person in the Scripture—with a grand total of 66 chapters covering his life story. This study will let us see David in his early days as he deals with stresses of leadership and challenges that come with following God’s lead.
Led by Dave McPherson / room 404, Children's Bldg / January 13-April 28 / 6:15 pm
God intentionally designed us to engage with Him in worship. What if you could learn a new instrument AND learn a new way to grow closer to God? This class is designed to teach the basic skills of playing guitar so that you might have a new tool to engage with God and take other people with you in your journey. Whether you’re a novice guitarist or you’ve never picked up the guitar, this class may be for you. We’ll start with the basics and advance to intermediate level playing as we learn chords, basic music theory, strumming patterns, and cultivate a heart to worship through guitar. Cost is $10 for materials.
Healthy Living Workout and Nutrition
Led by Julie Donelson / room 403, Children's Bldg / January 13-April 28 / 6:15 pm
Looking for a way to get back into a workout routine or start a new routine? This fourteen-week class examines the Bible as it describes your body as a temple in which the Holy Spirt makes His dwelling. It is hard to worship and serve at your best when you don’t feel your best. Having a restored temple is a doorway to joy. Through this hands-on exercise class, we will work on moving from good intentions and resolutions to developing a lifestyle of physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Please come in your active gear ready for a great workout.