We have the following class opportunities.
Acts of the Apostles with Pastor Steve
Thursday Nights 6pm-7:30pm
May 6 – June 24
Meeting On Zoom
After the mystery of resurrection there was the birth of the church. Luke continues where his Gospel left off telling the adventures following the Holy Spirit give rise to a radical community exploring this new thing God was doing in the Acts of the Apostles. You are invited to explore the ancient world of the early church as we wonder together it might mean for us today to be disciples of Jesus Christ participating in the mystery of the church. Join us for this 8 week study with Pastor Steve Thursday nights at 6pm on Zoom starting May 6. The only thing you will need is your bible and a heart ready to explore the question: What is the church according to Luke and his writing of Acts of the Apostles.
Register by clicking below or email Pastor Steve
Before Class you are challenged to read the entire book of Acts.
- May 6 – Discuss Chapters 1-3. New Beginnings
- May 13 – Discuss Chapters 4-7. Let the Persecution Begin
- May 20 – Discuss Chapters 8-10. Pentecost 2.0
- May 27 – Discuss Chapters 11-13. Church and Prison
- June 3 – Discuss Chapters 14-16. Mission and Council
- June 10 – Discuss Chapters 17-20. Adventures in Mission
- June 17 – Discuss Chapters 21-24. Trouble in Jerusalem
- June 24 – Discuss Chapters 25-28. Rome and Beyond
The Book of Jeremiah with Pastor Alex
Pastor Alex invites you to a 14 week study on the book of Jeremiah!
Jeremiah: The Weeping Prophet
February 11 – May 13 / Thursdays @ 2:30 – 4:30 PM / Zoom
The prophets spoke God’s Word for God’s people in their historical setting and that word still endures today. Old Testament Scripture, often overlooked in American Christianity, is incredibly important for Christians. Let us remember when Jesus referred to Scripture, He was referring to the Old Testament.
To Register contact Pastor Alex
Course expectations and goals will be discussed in week one. The book Run With Horses by Eugene Peterson is a secondary text that is not required but it is an accompanying tool to help deepen our encounter with Jeremiah.
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