Monthly Fellowship Meal (First Wednesday)
Served 5:15-6:00pm in the Chapel/Café the first Wednesday of each month.
Adventure Club (3 yrs-4th grade)
Adventure Club is an exciting children’s ministry program meeting during the school year that is focused on Bible memorization and teaching children the truth of God’s Word in a fun, meaningful way. Adventure Club exists to glorify God through evangelizing children, encouraging parents, and edifying servants so that the gospel may be spread among our children, families may be supported, and the church may be strengthened. While at Adventure Club, the kids will be taught systematic theology broken down for their specific age level. Adventure Club is available during the school year, for children 3 years (as of September 1) through 4th grade. Childcare for nursery through 2 years old is provided for Adventure Club volunteers and those attending a Bible Study.
The Bridge (5th-6th grades)
To help “bridge the gap” between elementary and teenage years, The Bridge class meets during the school year. They are also using the children’s ministry program, Adventure Club curriculum that is focused on Bible memorization and teaching the truth of God’s Word in a fun, meaningful way. Adventure Club exists to glorify God through evangelizing children, encouraging parents, and edifying servants so that the gospel may be spread among our children, families may be supported, and the church may be strengthened. While at Adventure Club, the kids will be taught systematic theology broken down for their specific age level.
Students (7th-12th grades)
Youth Room / Café
During the school year students gather on Wednesday nights for a time of worship, teaching and small group discussion. We typically walk through a book of the Bible chapter by chapter trusting that studying God’s Word is the most important thing we can do with our time. Gender specific and age specific small groups allow us to dig deeper and discuss the relevancy of the Word in our daily lives. Each small group consists of two adult leaders/shepherds that care for their flock. Wednesday nights also provide the students with a great opportunity to connect with one another.
Women’s Bible Study
Gospel of Luke: Good News of Great Joy!
Herndon Hall, Room 420
Dig deeper into the book of Luke and answers the question: Who is this son of a carpenter who could preach, heal diseases, and cast out demons? Pointing to Jesus as the promised King of kings, Brownback shows how his earthly ministry is good news for all, especially the downtrodden, the hurting, and the outsider. The Flourish Bible Study series equips women to study the overarching storyline of the Bible book by book. Designed for individual or group use, each 10-week workbook features conversational teaching that aims to make in-depth Bible study accessible to women in all seasons of life, along with practical application questions and additional recommended resources (book $6).
Men’s Bible Study
4MEN (Team of Teachers) Room 407
How is your knowledge of God? J. I. Packer says, “Theology (the activity of thinking and speaking about God and the product of that activity) is for doxology and devotion – that is, the praise of God and the practice of godliness.” Join us for a study about the essentials of who God is and how knowing this motivates us toward greater devotion to Him. We will be using the book, Concise Theology by J. I. Packer ($8).
The 2:7 Series
GETTING ESTABLISHED IN THE BASICS? WANT TO MEMORIZE SCRIPTURE? SHARE CHRIST? IMPROVE YOUR QUIET TIME? DISCIPLE/MENTOR ANOTHER?
Join this small group study for couples and individuals based on Colossians 2:7- “Rooted and built up in Him…” This weekly study helps one get established in a daily walk with Bible reading, prayer, and understanding. We learn how to memorize Scripture and keep it going. You will learn about how to live the balanced Christian life, how to be a faithful evangelist and grow in your walk with Christ. The study serves participants through fellowship, accountability, and weekly personal study of the Holy Scriptures. For more information on the study visit, NAV27SERIES.ORG. For information about the next semester class and questions, email Chip/Cindy at email@example.com.
Redeeming the Realities of Marriage
Unlike other classes that only diagnose horizontal problems, What Did You Expect? fights a much deeper war over the worship of our heart. It’s only when we worship God as Creator, Sovereign and Savior that we will ever love as we should. Paul David Tripp, a counselor, adjunct faculty member, former pastor, and author, places the person and work of Jesus Christ in the middle of the messy and confusing situations and relationships in which every person lives. His goal is to place the Gospel in the hallways, bedrooms, boardrooms, lecture halls, sidewalks, and car rides of everyday life. Contact Chip/Cindy at firstname.lastname@example.org.