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Daniel, Enoch, and Revelation

  • Friday, February 3
  • 7:30am – 8:30am
  • Online Only
This online study, led by Walt Marcum, will offer an in-depth look at a part of the Bible that is often overlooked. You will learn about the prophecies in these books, and their meaning.

With This Ring

  • Sunday, February 5
  • 10:45am – 12:00pm
  • Room 244
For couples who are engaged or in their first year of marriage, ages 20's-30's, this starter class for newlyweds and those who are engaged is designed for young couples who want to invest time into building strong Christian unions. This is a weekly class on Sundays, Oct. 2 through May 21.

HPUMC Moms: Habits of the Household

  • Monday, February 6
  • 9:30am – 11:00am
  • Room 120
We become our habits, and our kids become us. This is why carefully choosing the habits of our household is one of the most significant things we can do for our children’s spiritual formation. Join us as we explore the ways waking, mealtimes, moments of discipline, playtime, bedtime, and more can all be moments of incredible spiritual formation. Moms with children of all ages are welcome!

Women of the Bible: Exploring the Times, Lives, and Legacy of Four Women from the Bible

  • Monday, February 6
  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Tolleson Family Activity Center, Room 210
This devotional invites you to take a closer look at the lives of women from the Bible, giving you a chance to see them in a brand new light.

Encounter - A Young Adult Bible Study

  • Monday, February 6
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wesley Hall Basement/Family Room
Sometimes reading the Bible can be intimidating. It's no wonder, given that we are thousands of years away from its original audience and context. How do we approach the Bible so that we can get into the headspace of the authors and begin to see the rich, complex meaning that the Scripture holds? What tools are at our disposal?

Women’s Bible Fellowship: "Leadership Academy: You Are the Curriculum"

  • Tuesday, February 7
  • 7:00am – 8:00am
  • Jan. 10: La Madeleine | All Other Dates: Room 241, Storm Lounge
  • $25
“Leadership Academy,” by Shannon Mette, is a journey into the fullness of your calling. Everyone is leading someone, either intentionally or unintentionally. Through this study, you’ll discover how to follow Jesus, how to be transformed by him, how to join him in his mission, and what it looks like to be a disciple that leads others to him.

"Jesus' Alternative Plan"

  • Tuesday, February 7
  • 10:00am – 11:00am
  • Online Only
When Jesus talked about the Kingdom of God, he was talking about an utterly different way of relating to human society as we know it. He lays out a blueprint for this new life in his best-known teaching, the Sermon on the Mount. From the Beatitudes onward, the Sermon on the Mount overturns conventional wisdom and traditional power structures, offering a plan for an alternative way of being.

Narnia and the Seven Heavens

  • Tuesday, February 7
  • 6:30pm – 8:00pm
  • Room #3, Second Floor, Kids Area
While C.S. Lewis Narnia series is considered a classic, some, including Lewis’ best friend, J.R.R. Tolkien (author of “The Lord of the Rings”), have found the stories lacking coherence. In this class, we’ll work our way through the seven books that make up “The Chronicles of Narnia,” drinking in wonder along the way. But we’ll also focus on a coherence—a hidden structure, if you will—recently discovered by Dr. Michael Ward of Oxford, a preeminent Lewis scholar. Could it really be that the Seven Heavens of medieval cosmology are the keys to understanding Narnia? Join us as we attempt to answer that question!

Tuesday Knights Men’s Bible Study: Prayers of the New Testament

  • Tuesday, February 7
  • 6:45pm – 8:00pm
  • Room 244/245 and Online
  • $10
Are your prayers stuck in a rut? In these Bible studies you'll find new words and new ways to pray through the prayers of Mary, Simeon and Anna, Peter, Paul, John and Jesus himself. Their words and patterns can serve as rich models for us in our own conversations with God, helping us get out of our ruts and move on to fresh new paths of prayer.

John Wesley and the Birth of Methodism

  • Wednesday, February 8
  • 11:30am – 1:30pm
  • Bush Family Confirmation Center, Third Floor or on Zoom
Join us as we seek a deeper understanding of John Wesley and what it means to be Methodist. This class begins with an overview of Pietism, a movement that deeply influenced Wesley. It will continue with an overview of Wesley’s time in America and the Great Awakening in America and England. The series concludes with an exploration of Wesley in England, Scotland, and Ireland.