Our Sunday Morning Discipleship classes are held every Sunday at 10:00 AM. And this year, we’re trying something different! We’re organizing our Sunday morning classes around consistent “terms” so that anyone who wants to join a class, knows when they can join and how long they can be a part of it. To take it a step further, we want to make sure we’re offering classes that span our Up/In/Out rhythms. Meaning, we want options for learning how to deepen your relationship with God, deepen your relationships with others, and deepening your care and service to the rest of the world.

So if you’ve never joined us for a class, there has never been a better time. Find a class where you can meet others, learn about important issues facing us today, and deepen your faith.  If you have any questions about a class, or would like to teach in the future, contact Tom Barila.

PLEASE NOTE: No adult Sunday morning discipleship classes will meet on December 24 or December 31. For more info on our Christmas Eve offerings, please see our blog. 

An Advent Study exploring the reality of Jesus Christ

Come join us as we enter the season of Advent. The term Advent comes from the Latin word adventus which means “coming.” We enter this season as a community waiting expectantly and happily for the return of Christ. Come and see how Jesus the Messiah was foretold from the past and how the risen Christ is incarnate today around the world. 
-  Dec. 3: Advent from the past. What does the Old Testament have to say about the coming of the Christ? 
-  Dec. 10: Advent from the gospel writers. What does the New Testament have to say about the coming of the Christ? 
-  Dec. 17: Advent from the modern present. How is Christ incarnate today around the globe?
LED BY: Andrew Fuller and Jennifer Parham
LOCATION: Room 213 

AN ADVENT STUDY: Exploring the Gospel of Luke
Dave Skove and David Carroll
LOCATION: Room 101  |  HOSTED BY: The Good News Fellowship


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THE COMMON RULE: Advent Edition
The Common Rule is a set of daily and weekly habits designed to form us in the love of God and neighbor. Join us as we discuss the Advent Edition of the Common Rule, which you can find a copy of here.
LED BY: Justin Earley and Drew Cleveland
LOCATION:  Room 217

GUIDE, GUARD, AND GROW: An Equipping Time for Parents
-  Dec. 3:  A Digital Workshop: an introduction to helping our kids
-  Dec. 10: Learning more about Third’s “Forgotten No More” initiative
-  Dec. 17:  Loving One Another: enjoying our church family
LOCATION: Fellowship Hall