Wednesday Night

WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Join us as we start up a new season of Wednesday Nights! Classes this year will be divided into terms, Fall term (12-weeks long), January Term (5-weeks long), and Spring Term (12-weeks long). Our desire in this new layout of classes is that through the Fall and Spring terms we can get deep into topics while in January we will take some time to talk through topical subjects.

Our available classes are listed below! To register for an adult class please click the link for our online form. To enroll children in Awana, Nursery or Toddlers please download and print the form and either mail or drop off the form.

Adult Registration Form

Awana, Nursery & Toddler Registration Form

Fall Term Class Offerings:

ADULT CLASSES:

Pillars of the Faith: The Preciousness of the Church

This class will study the church; focusing upon its distinctiveness, structure, unity, and purpose. Special emphasis will be given to the marks of a healthy and faithful church, as well as what it means to be a healthy church member.

Walking with Christ in the Midst of Evil & Suffering

Question: Why would an all-good and all-powerful God create a world full of evil and suffering?
Every one of us will experience suffering. Evil is not only real in our world, but it is present and close to each one of us. According to a group of high-profile “new atheists,” the existence of suffering and evil proves there is no God…But does it?

In this class, based on Randy Alcorn’s book, If God is Good, we will challenge such thinking as well as examine how Christians should live their lives as overcomers in a fallen world, where suffering and evil do indeed exist. The goal of this class is to equip you with the tools to effectively deal with some very tough practical issues that will inevitably come into your life.

Deaf Bible Study

Our growing Deaf ministry will continue to meet on Wednesday Nights for Bible study. For more information about this group specifically please contact Rachelle Kiesser @ rkiesser@wavecable.com.

Women’s Specific: 1 Peter

Peter, a man of faith and flaws and an eyewitness to the life of Christ, challenges us to look beyond our current circumstances to a future inheritance. In 1 Peter, he shares concerns about big picture issues for the early believers, reminding them of the living hope they have in Christ. Peter describes our true identity as a believer and points us to humility and submission. Walk through 1 Peter with Jen Wilkin in this video-driven Bible study. The goal of this study is to: 1. expand your understanding of 1 Peter by reading the letter in its entirety each week, 2. follow a verse-by-verse approach to complete a book study, 3. that you would gain a working knowledge of God’s Word and the Bible as a whole.

YOUTH GROUP:

The Jr & Sr. High Students meet together on Wednesday Nights to learn about the Word of God through biblical relationships, biblical teaching, small groups and God-centered worship.

Jr. High Youth Group meets in W203

Sr. High Youth Group meets in the Youth Center

AWANA, NURSERY & TODDLERS

Awana is a fast paced time of bible learning and fun for ages three-years-old through sixth grade. Infant and toddler care is available for children of Awana volunteers and adult class attendees.