Adult Ministries

Adult Bible Fellowships

Our Adult Bible Fellowships meet on Sunday mornings at 9:45 AM. They will help you learn about the Bible and the basics of the Christian life in a setting that encourages questions and discussion. Adult Bible Fellowships will help you to get to know others in the church by providing additional times of fellowship after class. A safe, loving nursery is provided during all classes. We also have a Sunday School program for pre-k through 12th grade during classes. 

Learning to Pray


“Lord, teach us to pray,” a very pointed and appropriate phrase even for believers today. In this 12 week class we will be learning from biblical models of prayers and spending time actually praying together as a church. Each week will focus on a particular model, structure or section of Scripture and then we will spend time in prayer around organized topics. We’ll also spend time talking about personal prayer and how to tackle that aspect of spiritual growth.

This class will run March 3rd - May 26th

 - Taught by Landon Webb in the Adult Education Room (corner classroom, down the hallway to the left of the foyer)

Answering Ethical Questions

Reinhold, Dan Pastor

Daily we are confronted with complex ethical questions. These include abortion, same sex attraction, capital punishment, birth control, divorce and remarriage, and the morality of war. What does the Bible have to say about these complex and sensitive issues? How can we respond to those who disagree with compassion, clarity, courage, and grace? In this class we will wrestle with these questions and others from a biblical perspective and consider how Christians should interact with others on these issues.

This class will run March 3rd - May 26th

- Taught by Dan Reinhold in the Worship Center

Ephesians Part 2

Brad Thompson Crop_3

You’re a Christian. Now what?  Paul’s letter to the Ephesians has the answer. The church at Ephesus had been established during Paul’s two-year stay. They heard the call, they believed, and they turned away from their old idols and practices.  Now Paul writes to remind them of where they stand in the family of God and how to behave as members of that family.  We will be looking at the second half of Ephesians during our time together, focusing on practical Christian living.

This class will run March 3rd - May 26th

- Taught by Brad Thompson in the Fellowship Hall