Wednesday Family Nights

Wednesday Adult Classes

A new round of adult classes began on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

COFFEE & CONVERSATIONS (Room 208; 4 week class)
Led by Michelle Myers from 6:30-7:30pm
Coffee & Conversations is a series of interactive sessions that gives you the opportunity to discuss the Christian faith in an informal, fun and friendly environment. Join us for a casual discussion of faith and how it impacts our everyday lives.

FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY (Room 211; 9 week class)
Led by Brad Starner from 6:15-7:45pm
Dave Ramsey will teach you how to take control of your financial life through biblical principles leading to a more relaxed life. Learn the 7 baby steps, eliminate debt, and start to live with freedom and greater joy. This class requires pre-registration and a class materials fee applies. Click here to register and pay. For additional information, contact Brad at or call the church office at 239.274.1230.

GRIEFSHARE (Room 206; 13 week class)
Led by Jim and Judy Mayer from 6:30-8:00pm
GriefShare is a series of DVD and discussion classes to provide help and community for those who have a recent loss of a loved one or who feel the need for help dealing with a similar loss from the past. A $15 workbook is part of the program that will provide an opportunity to probe in greater depth your own feelings and thoughts about what you are experiencing. Grief over the loss of a loved one is a common issue in our community. There is emotional pain, as well as confusion, because of misinformation or myths about grief. These classes examine the physical, emotional, and spiritual effect of grief as we walk together on the challenging road to healing. Facilitated by Jim and Judy Mayer, Jim and Christine Glatz and Carolyn Melton will be assisting as well. Please register by calling the church office at 239.274.1230.

SERVING WITH EYES WIDE OPEN (Narthex; 4 week class)
Led by Daniel Meade from 6:30-7:30pm
Why are we spending so much to send these teams to places around the world when there are people hurting right here in our community? Aren’t there better ways to support global missions than taking what’s basically a vacation? Should we even do short-term mission trips anymore? Join us as we answer these and many more burning questions we have while studying David Livermore’s groundbreaking book and develop a case for doing ministry – whether around the world or across the street – with cultural intelligence.

THE LEGACY JOURNEY (Room 209; 7 week class)
Led by David Owen from 6:15-7:45pm
Dave Ramsey will teach you how to secure your family’s future and make a lasting impact on the world around you for Christ’s kingdom. Topics include investments, real estate, basic estate planning and leaving a legacy for both family and kingdom work.  Pre-registration and a class materials fee is required. Click here to register and pay. For additional information, contact Brad at or call the church office at 239.274.1230.

THE OASIS FOR WOMEN (Room 210; 6 week class)
Led by Darlene Starner from 6:30-7:30
The Oasis be covering “The Daniel Prayer” by Anne Graham Lotz. This study unpacks the prayers of Daniel with the hope that we will learn to renew our own relationship with God in prayer. This is a study in deep prayer that storms the gates of Heaven for grace and renewal starting within our own hearts. Click here to register for the class. Questions? Email Darlene Starner at

WHAT JESUS DEMANDS FROM THE WORLD (Room 207; 4 week class)
Led by Pastor Stu Austin from 6:30-7:30pm
The four gospels are filled with demands from Jesus. These demands are Jesus’ way of showing us who He is and what He expects of us. They are not harsh demands originating from a selfish desire to control, but rather loving directions for our own good and ultimate satisfaction. What Jesus Demands from the World by John Piper will cover the following demands: take up your cross and follow me, love God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength, rejoice and leap for joy, fear Him who can destroy both soul and body in hell, worship God in Spirit and in Truth, always pray and do not lose heart, do not be anxious about the necessities of daily life, and do not be anxious about the threats of man.

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Common Ground
Room 212

Common Ground is our mid-week youth group for middle and high school students. Come a little before 6:30pm for pizza (just a $1 a slice) and a fun snack. We start with a big game and then hear a short talk that’s rooted in Scripture and applicable for real life. Afterwards, students discuss the topic in a small group with their peers, led by some awesome adult leaders. Questions? Contact Jim Clark at
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Kindergarten – 5th grade
Music & Xtreme Team

5:45pm Kingdom Ringers Handbell Choir (3rd-5th grade) meets in Room 215
6pm Rejoice! Children’s Choir (K-5th grade) meets in Room 216
6-6:30pm Pizza is available for $1 a slice in Room 215
6:30-7:30pm Xtreme Team (K-5th grade) meets in Room 216
Questions? Email Debbie Norris at
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Nursery care for infants and toddlers is available while the adult classes meet.
Questions? Email Pam Poland at
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