Adult Discipleship Studies
We currently have two Adult Discipleship Studies that begin at 9:15 on Sunday morning.
Our current adult studies are:
The Reformation: Why Should We Care 500 Years Later?
This October will mark five hundred years since Martin Luther nailed his notorious Ninety-Five Theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany. What was Luther really trying to accomplish in this act? And why does what he and others did during the sixteenth century matter to us in 2017? In this study, we will answer these questions by looking at the key figures, events, and ideas of the Protestant Reformation. Topics covered will include the life and theology of Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, and John Calvin, as well as medieval Roman Catholicism and the English Reformation.
The Book of Romans
This class is an in-depth study of the Book of Romans. In addition to working through the book on a verse-by-verse basis, other aspects of the study include the historical background of the book, Paul's purposes in writing Romans, and the book's major theological themes. This 13-week study covers Romans 1–7 and the next one will cover Romans 8–16.
We also have classes for all ages ranging from infant through high school that also meet at 9:15am. Our greeters can help you and your family find the right classes that meets the needs of your family.