Check-in for all our children’s classes is in the Children’s Wing. All classes will be using curriculum by Great Commission Publications.:
Check-in for all our childrens' classes will be in the Children's Wing.
Toddlers in our Nursery Ministry will learn stories from the book of Genesis focusing on how Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebekah, Esau and Jacob, as well as Joseph were a part of God’s plan of salvation. Room 127
Pre-K and Kindergarten students will discover God as creator through his Word and his creation. Room 126
Lower Elementary (grades 1-2) students will learn about God and his people through stories from Genesis. Room 124
Upper Elementary (grades 3-5) students will begin a two-year Bible survey course by studying Genesis. They will discover the joy of being called to be a part of this grand narrative of redemption as they study the scriptures together! Room 125
(6th - 8th)
Embark on a transformative journey through the captivating teaching series of the letter to the Philippians. This series not only explores the essence of joy in adversity but also delves into the core themes of unity, contentment, and the mind of Christ. Picture a vibrant community where believers learn to find joy amidst trials, foster unity through humility, and cultivate contentment rooted in Christ alone. Join us as we unlock the treasures of Philippians, offering a roadmap to a more fulfilling Christian life.
Senior High Youth
(9th - 12th)
The book of Romans promises to unravel the profound mysteries of God's grace and the life-altering power of the gospel. Join us as we dive into the very essence of righteousness, salvation, and the liberating freedom found in Christ. This series is your gateway to a deeper understanding of God's redemptive love and the practical application of His timeless truths. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of this fantastic study seeking to live out the gospel in a way that transforms hearts and lives.
Genesis in Space and Time
Is the book of Genesis a record of what really happened “In the beginning...”? Join us in a study that challenges popular views of Genesis and shows how the first eleven chapters of our Bible stands as a solid, space-time basis for answering the tough questions posed by modern man.
Why is Colossians Imporant?
Colossians portrays the Lord Jesus Christ as “the Head of all things, and especially
the organic and ruling Head of his own Body, the Church, its all-sufficient, one and
only Savior; the image of the invisible God, the embodiment of all the divine fulness;
the Source of the Christian’s life and peace and joy…”