Adult Elective Sunday School Classes; October 20 - December 22
Responding to God’s Grace – Bible Study #1
Facilitator: Gail Shetler Location: Room 6/7
God’s grace is a gift! How should we respond, both personally and communally? This study’s sessions illuminate how God’s grace impacts the lives of all believers, as demonstrated by our obedience, gratitude, and holy living. Oh, and don’t forget the ever popular “Question of the Day”!
Braving the Wilderness Book Study
Facilitator: Jeremy Shue Location: Room 1
For the next ten weeks this class will study Brene Brown’s book Braving the Wilderness. In the book Brown redefines what it means to truly belong in an age of increased polarization. She argues that we are experiencing a spiritual crisis of disconnection and introduces four practices of true belonging. Come join the conversation as we explore what it looks like to belong.
Responding to God’s Grace – Bible Study #2
Facilitator: Dan Haarer Location: Room 2
God’s grace is a gift! How should we respond, both personally and communally? This study’s sessions illuminate how God’s grace impacts the lives of all believers, as demonstrated by our obedience, gratitude, and holy living.
All are welcome to join the class!
Men’s Class – True Riches book study
Facilitator: Randy Christophel Location: Room 3
The men's class meets together for a time of growing together in their spiritual journey and provides a deeper connection for the men of the congregation. The class will be studying the book True Riches by John Cortines & Gregory Baumer. This book explores the example Jesus gave of how to use money that will lead to more contentment, purpose and freedom.
Women’s Class – Of Mess and Moxie book study
Facilitator: Alita Yoder Location: Room 9
During this class the women will study Jen Hatmaker’s book Of Mess and Moxie. In this book Hatmaker offers hilarious tales, frank honesty, and hope for the woman who has lost her moxie. Struggle doesn’t mean that you are weak, it means you are alive. Come study this book as we explore what it looks like to see our backbone as our birthright.