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Due to COVID-19, classes may be meeting online and not at the church. Please register online, so that we can provide you with the most timely information regarding the location of your class.

Women’s Bible Fellowship

12 Women of the Bible: Life Changing Stories for Women Today

There is something fresh and wonderful about authentic people, about women who have nothing to hide. In this study, taught by six acclaimed Bible teachers, you will meet a group of amazing women in the Bible who are absolutely real. Their raw and revealing stories of frailties, struggles, sins, and brokenness are a real gift to women today. As you hear their stories, you will learn biblical lessons that can help you navigate the successes and failures of your own life. The lessons you learn from each of these women will help you persevere through the circumstances you are facing. 

Tuesday, September 8

7:00 am – We will meet at La Madeleine (the corner of Mockingbird and Bush Ave.) to receive our books and for fellowship.

Register by Thursday, September 3

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Cost: $12.00

Every Tuesday, from 09/15/2020 to 12/01/2020, 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM


Tuesday Knights Men’s Group

Matthew — Being Discipled by Jesus

This ongoing men’s group seeks to support spiritual growth, fellowship, and community service among men, helping them to mature as disciples of Christ, primarily through Bible study. New members are welcome at any time.

A new study on the book of Matthew begins September 8. 

If you were to be discipled by Jesus himself, think of what you could learn. What would he teach you about relationships, priorities, wealth, and his coming kingdom? What would you learn from his actions? Matthew's gospel brings you face to face with Jesus as he calls, teaches, and prepares his disciples.

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Cost: $10.00

Every Tuesday, 6:45 PM - 8:00 PM


The Cloud of Unknowing

“The Cloud of Unknowing” describes how we enter into the divine love of God's presence through the practice of contemplative prayer. Having stood the test of time, “The Cloud of Unknowing” feels quite contemporary, yet cuts through superficial spirituality to provide a robust connection with God and tradition. This book is for Christians who are living an “active life,” one prayerfully dedicated to cultivating a love for God and service to all people.

No cost, but you will need to purchase your own copy of “The Cloud of Unknowing,” translated by Carmen Acevedo Butcher, 2009, Shambhala Publications.

Register by Tuesday, October 6
Led by Dr. Jana Rentzel

 

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First Wednesday, Third Wednesday, from 10/07/2020 to 12/16/2020, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM


Incarnation: Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas

His parents gave him the name, Jesus. But the prophets, the shepherds, the wise men, and the angels addressed him by other names. They called him Lord, Messiah, Savior, Emmanuel, Light of the World, and Word Made Flesh. In “Incarnation: Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas,” Adam Hamilton examines the names of Christ. In doing so, he also explores the historical and personal significance of his birth. 

In the face of uncertainty and conflict, Advent is a time to reclaim the Christ Child who brings us together, heals our hearts, and calls us to bring light into the darkness. 

Register by Wednesday, November 18

Led by Rev. Susan Robb 

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Cost: $22.00

Every Thursday, from 11/19/2020 to 12/17/2020, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM


The New Testament in Its World

“The New Testament in Its World,” a new study by N.T. Wright is your passageway from the twenty-first century to the era of Jesus and the first Christians. The book places the entire New Testament and early Christianity in its original context and addresses many difficult questions faced by those studying early Christianity.

This study will open your eyes to the larger world of the New Testament. It captures the excitement of the early Christians, helping today’s readers to think like a first-century believer while reading the text responsibly for today. 

The purchase of study materials is optional and not required to participate in this class. The study offers both a book and a workbook for those who are interested. 

Cost: No charge, you may purchase either the book and/or the workbook online
Register by Wednesday, September 16

Led by Rev. Walt Marcum & Richard Stanford

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Every Thursday, from 09/17/2020 to 12/17/2020, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM


A Silent Night — Preparing Your Heart for Christmas

As we enter the Christmas season, many long to step away from the hustle and bustle of activity and find a quiet place to prepare their hearts and minds to welcome the birth of Christ. Using the book, “Word Into Silence,” we will look at how a centering prayer can help to sustain our daily lives in this busy season. As you practice contemplative prayer, you will learn how being still in the presence of God is the key to discovering your true self and knowing God as the “ground of our being.”

Mondays, November 23 - December 14

Cost: No charge, but you will need to purchase your own copy of “Word Into Silence” by John Main

Register by Friday, November 20

Led by Allen Stone

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Every Monday, from 11/23/2020 to 12/14/2020, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM


Jesus In the Gospels

Want to know more about Jesus, his life, and his ministry? Join us for this journey through the story of Jesus, and learn how each of the gospels are unique and distinctive in their approach. 

This class uses a study manual which lays out the four gospels side by side. You will not only be able to go through the life, ministry, and teaching of Jesus but also see how each gospel relays these stories and events. 

This study will have reading and study assignments followed by the class session. During class, you will watch a short video and then participate in discussions and questions.

You will need to pick up your materials from the church prior to the start of class.

Register by Friday, September 11
Led by Rev. Walt Marcum

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Cost: $58.00

Every Monday, from 09/14/2020 to 12/14/2020, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM