The 2023 Fall Midweek semester will have 15 weeks from August 23 to December 13. There will be two breaks: October 25 for our Reformation Celebration and November 22 for Thanksgiving. We hope you will take the opportunity to join one of our class offerings for this Fall Midweek semester. Please contact the church office if you have any additional questions not covered in the listing of the classes. The image below gives a visual overview of the new Midweek schedule.

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  • 5:30 - 6:30 pm
    • Midweek Meal | Room 100 (Fellowship Hall) 
      • Join us for a family meal each Wednesday evening in the Fellowship Hall. View the current and upcoming menus on this page in the right margin.

Children's Opportunities

  • 6:30 - 8 pm
    • Nursery | Room 110
      • Nursery is available for Birth through 2 years old each Wednesday evening until 8 pm
  • 6:30 - 7 pm
    • Children's Choir | Room 220
      • Kindergarten through grade 5 will learn how to sing and read music. The Children’s Choir will occasionally be incorporated into Sunday worship.
  • 7 - 8 pm
    • 3 & 4 Year-Olds | Room 110
      • 3 & 4-year-olds will play with a variety of age-appropriate toys and games.
    • Children's Classes | Rooms 221-225
      • Kindergarten through Grade 5 students will study key stories throughout the Bible with The Biggest Story Curriculum, based on the Biggest Story Bible Storybook by pastor Kevin DeYoung. Children will learn about God’s plan, designed and carried out from the very beginning, to redeem the world through his Son, Jesus.


  • Birth through age 4 will be picked up in Room 110 (Nursery) at 8 pm.
  • Kindergarten through Grade 5 will be picked up in their classrooms at 8 pm.

Youth opportunities

  • 6:30 - 6:45 pm
    • Youth Worship | Room 200
      • We start Wednesday night youth programs with worship. All youth, from grades 6 - 12, gather for a time of singing and prayer before breaking out into small groups.
  • 6:45 - 7:30 pm
    • Youth Small Groups | Room 200
      • Youth small groups are designed so students can ask questions and engage in meaningful conversations about how Scripture applies to their lives. It’s a safe environment where students can be known and loved and where they can pray for and encourage one another toward maturity in Christ. We have separate guys and girls small groups divided by grade level. All groups will be studying Peacemakers by Corlette Sande and Side by Side by Ed Welch.
  • 7:30 - 8 pm
    • Youth Activities | Room 200 / Front Lawn
      • After the small group meetings, the youth will gather for various sports, games, and fellowship time. Friends and visitors are welcome to join us each Wednesday night!

Adult Opportunities

  • 6 - 6:30 pm
    • Bell Choir | Room 126
      • Handbells are a surprisingly fun way to make beautiful music for worship. No experience is required.
  • 7 - 8 pm
    • Drawing Near: Led by Lynda Brown and Polly Henry | Rooms 122 
      • Our theme for the Women's Ministry this semester is “Drawing Near.” All ladies are invited to join us for this inter-generational time of drawing near to God and one another.
    • Insights for Understanding Scripture: Led by Dr. Lamar Allen | Room 105
      • Several difficult-to-interpret Scripture concepts and passages will be discussed in detail. Concepts covered include the Trinity, the Incarnation, mortal death, and the intermediate state of the soul. Essential terms like “nature” and “persons” that provide a key to understanding the Trinity and incarnation will be carefully defined. Difficult to interpret, yet very important passages from both the Old and New Testaments will be analyzed. Passages examined will stretch from Genesis to Revelation with an emphasis on sin, salvation, and end times.
      • See video recordings and class notes at the bottom of this page (Note: Videos will be available a few days after each class.)
    • Manuscript Study of GalatiansLed by Jake Bennett and Ernie Brown | Room 120
      • Join Pastor Jake and learn how to utilize a manuscript Bible study to learn how to read deeper into Scripture. Manuscripts are copies of a passage without verse numbers or chapter divisions. The class will focus primarily on how to study God's Word, using the book of Galatians as the primary text. Together we will observe, interpret, and apply God's Word.
    • Men's Ironman StudyLed by Scott Barber, Jay Fowler, and John Herberich | Room 121
      • Men are invited to join us for a time of prayer and study. We will be studying the Christian classic Knowing God by J.I. Packer. Join us at 6:45 pm for a season of prayer followed by a large group discussion facilitated by Scott Barber and John Herberich and close with small group discussions. Books will be provided and available for the first class on August 23 (see Scott, John, or Jay to pick up one in advance). Book cost: $10. 
    • MoneyLife Personal Finance Study: Led by Ken Hostetler and Todd Gaither | Room 208
      • Join us for this Crown Ministries study designed to help create concrete steps to financial freedom: learn to grow in your generosity, ditch debt permanently, create a solid financial plan, understand how to save and invest for the future, and much more.
    • Prayer Group: Led by Doug McEachern and Eric Mullinax | Room 101
      • Join us for prayer each week as we intercede for the various needs of our church body and individual members.
    • Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal: Led by John Wykoff | Room 150 (Choir Room)
      • Sanctuary Choir is a wonderful way to praise God and lead in worship. No audition or experience is required. 




Lesson 1
Video | Notes
Lesson 2
Video | Notes
Lesson 3
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Lesson 4
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Lesson 5
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