Class
Studies 
 
Individual and corporate study keeps us growing in our faith, aware of the vital issues of our world, and sensitive to how God is calling us to be agents of grace. Joining a group for study is an opportunity to share joys and sorrows, successes and failures, and prayers for one another.
 
Seasonal classes are held for Lent, Advent and specific topics like Methodist 101.  If a class is not in session, check out the on-line classes.

 

Ongoing Classes

 

Ancient Faith in a Modern World – Sundays: 9:45 am  or meet Wednesdays: 10:30 am  
Facilitator: Rev. Brian McPherson
 
An ongoing class encouraging participants to come and go as life permits. 
Currently studying “Invitation to John” by Robert D. Kyser A Short-Term DISCIPLE BIBLE Study.
 
People have told me that “Ancient Faith in a Modern World” seems to be a strange name for a class. True.  The early church community was defined not only by it’s worship and communion, but it’s teachings as well. “Ancient Faith” is my title for the early Christian community who was struggling to understand the teachings of Jesus and what it meant to follow him in the world in which they lived even at the cost of their own lives. 
Today, we are still asking the same questions as the early church community: “what was Jesus teaching about and what does it mean for us to follow Jesus in our world?” Even today we are striving to answer those questions in our worship, small groups, bible studies and Sunday Schools. “Ancient Faith” is a long term, equipping class for those interested in developing their knowledge of the Christian faith, both historically and practically and what it means to live that faith out in our world today. Pastor Brian
 

Children’s Sunday School – 9:45 a.m. in the Children’s Center 

A fun time to learn about God, Jesus, prayer and various Bible heroes.

 

 

 

 

Sojourners Class – Sundays 9:45 a.m. in the Children’s Center Kitchen 

For adults of any age and offering an in-depth study of the Bible. Learn how the Bible speaks with insight and relevance for today’s problems.

Currently studying the Parables