After a delayed start, the 2021 Fall Midweek semester will begin September 22 and end on December 15. We hope you will take opportunity to join one of the class offerings for this Fall Midweek semester. If you have any additional questions that are not covered in the listing of the classes below, please contact the church office.
midweek class offerings
6:15 p.m. - Children's Choirs (E-102 & E-104)
6:15 p.m. - Youth Fellowship (Front Lawn and/or O-210 - Youth Suite)
This a great time for students to connect and interact with other youth and leaders before going to small groups at 7 p.m.
6:30 p.m. - Connect Groups
There are several Connect groups meeting at the church on Wednesday evenings. If you would like to plug into a Connect group, you may sign-up on the Connect page of our website.
7:00 p.m. - Children's Classes (E-201 – E212) (2nd Floor Education Wing)
Three & four year olds will use Pioneer Club Skipper Program Hearing About God where they will learn about God’s gifts of weather, food, church, Jesus, family and more. They may enjoy music, prayer time, Scripture memory, crafts, games and activities related to Bible lessons.
Kindergarten through fifth graders will use Pioneer Club Delta Program Knowing God’s Love to learn about God’s love for us, and how His love is manifested in our lives and relationships. Children may participate in large group lessons and/or small group discussions, as well as music, prayer, Scripture memory, crafts, games and activities related to Bible lessons.
7:00 p.m. - Choir (Sanctuary) - Led by Jeremy Gaines
Sanctuary choir is a wonderful way to praise God and lead in worship. No audition or experience required. Contact Jeremy Gaines at for more information.
7:00 p.m. - Ladies' Study - Hope in Times of Fear (Room E-111 - Parlor) - Led by Lynda Brown
Christianity answers the questions of the mind and the longings of the heart. Jesus in the one you've been looking for. Join us in the Parlor.
7:00 p.m. - Mother's Encouragement Group (Room E-106) - Led by Connie Hildebrand (Every third Wednesday)
A time for women to come together, pray and encourage one another. We will meet in room E-111 (Parlor) the first Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. and in room E-106 (Playroom) the third Wednesday night of every month.
7:00 p.m. - Prayer Group (Admin Hall - Eric's Old Office - Room O-102)
Join us for a time of prayer each week as we intercede for the various needs of our church body and individual members. We will meet in the vacant office on the Admin hall across from the Fellowship Hall. You may join this prayer time via Zoom if you are unable to physically attend. Please contact Ruth Fox at .
7:00 p.m. - Shakespeare, Tragedy, and the Christian (Room E-104 - Perserverer's Room) - Led by Ken Henry and John Jones
Our Christ and Culture topic takes us into worlds created by Shakespeare in three of his tragedies: Macbeth, King Lear, and Othello. Join us as we discover surprising faith and life connections with these works of art. Did you know Shakespeare quotes passages and alludes to biblical themes with astounding frequency and naturalness? Whether you track with the reading assignments or not (texts provided), our teachers will fan theological discussion through their appreciation for Shakespeare.
7:00 p.m. - Youth Small Groups (Youth Room/Various Breakout Rooms) - Jake Bennett & Youth Leaders
This fall we are focusing on Small Groups for relationships building. We will be using What's Up as a discussion starter for Middle School students and small groups will meet in rooms O-204 and O-205. High School students will be using The Gospel-Centered Life for Teens as a discussion starter and small groups will meet in rooms O-202, O-206, and O-210 (Youth Suite).
A series by Dr. Lamar Allen on the book of Hebrews.” This 15 lesson series is a rather detailed chapter by chapter commentary with comments on most verses. Lessons 11-13 are specifically about faith.
Parables course by Dr. Lamar Allen. A series of lessons, each 12-15 minutes in length on the teaching parables of Jesus.
Living to please god
A lesson series by Dr. Lamar Allen. “Living to Please God.” Sample topics include God’s purpose in redeeming sinners, preparing for eternal life, priorities, understanding faith, proper thought life and renewed minds.
Song of Songs
Join us for teaching on “Love, Marriage and Sexuality – A Study of Song of Songs and the PCA Human Sexuality Report”. Led by Pastor Jake Bennett.
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