Beginning January 4 | 5:30 p.m.
Whether you are a first time attender to Wednesday night activities or a lifetime participant, we invite you to find your place at the table. It is at the table where we find community and where we have a brief taste of the banquet Christ has prepared for us. Explore what we have to offer for the next eight weeks: fresh food, fresh classes and a fresh new look. If this is your first time, please enjoy a meal on us. We want you here; your place at the table is waiting.
Fellowship Meals: 5:30–6:15 p.m.
Jan 4: Pasta Night
Jan 11: Loaded Baked Potato
Jan 18: Soup/Salad/Sandwich
Jan 25: Breakfast for Dinner
Feb 1: Taco Night
Feb 8: BBQ Chicken
Feb 15: Loaded Baked Potato
Feb 22: Pasta Night
Weekly Salad Bar
Weekly Children’s Extras: Yogurt, Fresh Fruits & Veggies, Hummus, etc.
Reservations are encouraged for meals
Adult Classes: 6:15–7:10 p.m.
Chapel Bible Study: 2 Corinthians
Dr. Steve Pressley (Jan & Feb)
Exploring one of Paul’s most personal letters, 2 Corinthians. The study, among other things, will explore Paul’s tender love for what is deemed a “problem church.” The Chapel Bible study will conclude at Easter.
Sticky Faith Book Study
Rev. Courtney Willis (Jan & Feb)
This class will follow The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family by Dr. Kara E. Powell. The book explores the idea that parents are one of the primary influences on their child’s faith, and parents can help a healthy, energetic faith stick with them well into adulthood. This book will serve as our guide for talking about positive, practical ways to actively encourage the spiritual growth of our children. Participants are encouraged to purchase this book to read along, but it is not a requirement for class attendance.
Scriptural Responses to Poverty
Rev. John Thornton
This course will address the question, “What is Poverty?” And it will challenge participants to contemplate what our personal, communal, and societal responses are.
Exploring Spiritual Practices
Rev. Courtney Stamey
In February, this class will explore spiritual practices. Participants will learn about spiritual practices such the labyrinth, lectio divina, contemplative prayer and more. This class is aimed at deepening spirituality and trying out new practices.
Children’s Programming 6:00–7:15 p.m.
Nursery: 2 years and younger
Music and Missions: 3-years-old through 5th grade
Youth Programming: 6:15–7:15 p.m.
Youth Forum: 6th through 12th grade
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