“The Book of Philippians”
Philippians was written from prison, yet its theme is joy. In fact, joy permeates this letter so much that it has been called “The Epistle of Joy.” Those who study its teaching and apply its principles will, like the apostle Paul, learn the secret of having joy, peace, and
contentment in every circumstance.
Begins Sun, Sept. 10
This class is hosted by the Authentic Living Learning Community in Room 235
The Gospel of John
Whether you are seeking for answers about Christianity for the first time or if you have been a Christian for many years, this class is for you. Together we will intentionally explore and study the Gospel of John as we answer the crucial question, Who do you say that Jesus is? The author’s unique eyewitness account will provide the content of further exploring the identity of Christ, why Jesus came to earth, His ministry and teachings and the hope that we have in his return.
Sun, Sept. 10th- Dec. 17th
This class is hosted by our Family Circle Learning Community in Room 224.
Explore the Bible
Explore the Bible is an expositional survey of the Bible that goes through each book (non-sequentially). The Winter and Spring quarters will be in Genesis. Two quarters each year are in the New Testament and two in the Old Testament. We have a variety of gifted teachers and a group that loves engaging in discussion. Come and join us! We’d love to have you!
Sunday, Sept. 3rd – Ongoing
This class is hosted by our Logos Learning Community in Room 200-202
Gospel of Mark
Since the beginning of the early church, the Gospel of Mark has been accepted as an accurate report of Peter’s eyewitness account of the life of Jesus. In our study of Mark, we will see how the life of Jesus is not simply a documentary of His life. Rather, Mark helps us to see that Jesus’ life calls each of us to look with fresh eyes at our relationship with God.
Sun, Aug. 13- Dec. 18th
This class is hosted by our Tapestry Learning Community in Room 215