A place for every member of the family
J.O.Y. -Jesus, Others, Yourself
The JOY class has just completed a study of Jeremiah as they march from the beginning of the Bible to the end (Revelations). On May 1 they will begin a short 8 week study on world religions. The class will study where these faiths began and why, as well as their beliefs. They will take an in depth look at Christianity as well and examine various cults in the U.S. They will discuss why it is imperative to be on guard against false teachings. Everyone is welcome to join this study.
(Fellowship Hall, A)
Questions? Email Ruth or phone 239.561.2325.
This class will meet at 8am beginning Sunday, May 29 and continuing through September 25. More info TBA.
Facilitated by Beth Schultz, the “Next Season” class is for adults between emptying the nest and retirement. The goal is to provide an opportunity to build a stronger foundation for faith while studying the Bible, praying for one another, and building authentic relationships with God and others. Bill Stephens will be the first instructor for this class which will feature different teachers as in the future.
Demographics: Between 40 -65 yo
For more information, email Beth Schultz.
Hope in the Word
A book-by-book study of the Scriptures along with some major themes. They are now studying the Old Testament book of Judges.
Questions? Email Beth Hoving.
Along with a prayer time, this class discusses the Scriptures in a participatory group setting. They are studying the Gospel of John.
Questions? Contact Jim LaRue or Bill Enslen.
March 13-20 we will be covering the Chip Ingram DVD study – “Culture Shock.”
Expect an “a la cart” lesson on Marriage or Easter on March 20 (Eggstravaganza) and then No Sunday school on Easter March 27
April 3- May 8 Bible Study on parenting: “Drawing the Line”
May 15- June 19 – We will be working through Francis Chan’s book, “Forgotten God.”
If you would like information on the class or social events, please email Jackie Elliott or phone 239.849.3128.
Demographics: Parents with school age children through the college years.
(Fellowship Hall A)
Parents with Teens
This class is studying “The 5 Love Languages for Teenagers.” There are three important factors in giving words of praise to teens: (1) sincerity, (2) praise specifics, and (3) when you can’t praise results, praise efforts. Words of affection focus on the teenager personally and express positive regard for who he or she is as a person. This class will conclude on May 29 and resume in the fall.
Questions? Contact Amber Mondell.
This class examines the Bible, theological issues, and other topics related to daily Christian living. They are currently studying the Book of Romans. This class will meet at 8am beginning Sunday, May 29 and continuing through September 25. More info TBA.
Questions? Email Duane Higgins.
WOW -Women of Worth
Using biblical examples, as well as Karen Ehman’s own personal experiences, “Keep It Shut” is a DVD study that will equip you to know what to say, how to say it best, and when to say nothing at all (March 13-April 10).
Beginning April 17: “Let It Go…How to Stop Running the Show and Start Walking in Faith.” God called. He’d like His job back. In this humorous, yet thought provoking video based study, Karen Ehman guides you to discover for yourself the freedom and reward of an “out of control” life. Armed with relevant biblical and current examples, new thought patterns, and practical tool to implement; Let – It – Go will enable you to control what you should trust God with what you can’t, and most importantly, decide which one is which.
Teacher: Debi Campbell 239.464.9224
The Bereans study, meditate, and apply the Scriptures to their lives. This class typically works through a book of the Bible. But from time to time, also covers theology and areas of Christian discipleship. The Bereans are currently studying “Man Overboard” (story of Jonah), by Sinclair Ferguson
“Name Above All names” (starting April 24)
Questions? Email Duane Higgins.
Seasons of Hope
This class is taught by Pastor Stu and is specially designed for our seasonal residents. This season, the class is studying “Gospel-shaped Living.” Please join them for coffee, fellowship, and a great Bible study.
Demographics: Seasonal residents
(Fellowship Hall C)
Questions? Email Pastor Stu or phone 239.274.1230.
Deeper study of the Scriptures is the hallmark of this class. They will be exploring First Corinthians in a recent commentary by a contemporary American, David Guzik.
“The Life of Elijah” (Begins April 3)
Questions? Email Bill Bliem or phone 239.332.4001.
Newborn to pre-k 7:45 am – 12:15 pm Room 101
Nursery Care available during all Sunday Programming! We desire our Worship, Sunday classes and Life Groups be as family friendly as possible so please take advantage of our loving and resourceful nursery staff. For more info, click HERE.
Children: K- 5th
With World Changers, elementary students explore one virtue every month: A virtue is something God does in us to change the world around us. Each virtue gets two different presentations on Sunday mornings. Kids are invited to join us at one time or both!
- 9:15: X-Factor. Graded small groups with combined Bible story and worship time. (Rooms 212, 213, 214, 216)
- 11:00: ReMix. K-5th video presentation and small groups. (Room 216)
SoulStation: Sundays @9:30am for middle and high school students. This large group program helps teens discover and apply God’s Word. Bring a Bible – and fuel up! (Fellowship Hall B & C)