Wednesday Morning Men’s Bible Study: 6:30 am
Men gather at 6:30 am for coffee fellowship and study. All men are invited to attend.
Wednesday Evening Bible Study and Responsive Prayer: 7:00 - 8:15 pm
Christians in a Woke World: A Call to Courage, Confession and Love
Our society has seen rapid change. Being a victim seems to be in vogue. People are being "cancelled." Words like woke, social justice, systemic racism, privilege, and critical race theory are part of mainstream society. While many pundits and politicians have now begun to voice their concerns about this new ideology of "wokeness" and it's impact on society, as Christians we should also be deeply concerned about the impact this ideology has on a person's relationship with Christ.
Join us for "Christians in a Woke World," a Bible Study that analyzes "wokeness" from a Biblical perspective. Above all, what this study reveals is God's answer to the challenge of "wokeness." He calls His people to demonstrate courage in the face of challenges, confess the faith and above all, share the love of His Son, Jesus, with all people.
Friday Morning Ladies Bible Study: 9:30 am
All ladies are welcome to join us for fellowship and Bible study beginning at 9:30 am. Our current study is part of the LifeLight Bible study series of in-depth studies of Bible books. The goal of LifeLight is that through a regular program of in-depth personal and group study of Scripture, more and more Christian adults may grow in their personal faith in Jesus Christ
Sunday Morning Adult Bible Class: 10:45 am
The Book of Hebrews
Join us as we study the New Testament book of Hebrews. Hebrews is a wonderful book encouraging God’s people to remain steadfast in their confession and faith. It was primarily addressed to Hebrew converts to Christianity who were feeling pressured to abandon their faith in Jesus and revert back to Judaism. They were being tempted to take their eyes off of Jesus and focus on something else. Hebrews emphasizes the supremacy and superiority of Jesus. He is the fulfillment of all of God’s promises. Everything that was spoken by the prophets and commanded in the Old Testament priesthood and sacrificial rites, were all pointing to Jesus as the High Priest and the true sacrifice, once and for all.