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Wednesday Classes

Wednesday Evening Classes

2019 Spring Wednesday evening classes begin January 9! Be part of the community by jumping into one of the gatherings below at 7:00 each Wednesday.

 

The Wednesday afternoon class meets at 2:30 and is geared toward those in the 55+ age group. The class revisits the sermon content from Sunday, shares a couple of hymns, and treasures our time of fellowship together.
Mike Runcie | John McCasland
Gathering Room

 

This contemplative worship gathering follows the lectionary through the liturgical seasons of the year. All are welcome to join us each week in our time of worship and spiritual formation.
Matt & Mary Hearn
Sanctuary 
 

 

This discussion group explores various topics relating to faith. The group trusts one another to be a safe space where all opinions are welcome and respected. 
Fletcher Srygley
154 

 

This gathering is a group of friends who are looking for other friends. We'll share some time in scripture and prayer each week while we focus the bulk of our time on getting to know one another and building friendships for life!
Andy & Courtney Gann | Tony & Sarah McKay
155

 

This interactive experience of physical movement and meditative practices for women will help center your body and mind on your well-being, your link to the Creator, and your dependence on Jesus.
Amy Cole | Kimberly Edgeworth
The Cove

 

No person has had a greater effect on humanity than Jesus. The story of Jesus as told by the Gospel of Luke is mesmerizing and life-changing. Come grow closer to the one we follow. 
Rob Touchstone
310

 

 

The women’s Wednesday night class will use Lisa Harper's study on Job. How is it possible to hold onto joy in times of sorrow? Discover the redemptive side to Job’s story of suffering. Learn to use pain to strengthen your faith, point others to the gospel, and remember God’s providence will never take you to a place where His grace will not sustain you.
Sallie Dean | Lynn Mott
314

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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