Thursday, May 2 / 6:30-8:30PM
We were designed to worship God and to experience His presence. There are many ways to worship beyond singing and music. This is a unique experience including interactive stations to worship creatively through dance, art, writing/journaling, prayer and music. On this evening of the National Day of Prayer, we invite you to break out of the norm and freely experience worship in a whole new way. Open to ages 14 and up.
Led by: Michelle Pappas, Cyndi Luke and Barb Weinschenk
May 5-May 19 / Sundays 9:15-10:30AM
This class is designed to offer you practical skills for speaking about Jesus and joining Him on mission in your daily life. This is a great class for anyone who wants to grow in their ability to have intentional discipleship relationships (IDRs) or to discover ways to share their faith in natural conversation.
Led by: Drew Causey
May 5-May 19 / Sundays 11AM-12:15PM
Jesus spent His time on earth doing 3 primary things: blessing others, revealing who He was and establishing His kingdom. In this class we will incorporate, practice and learn the three simple practices of Bless, Eat, Pray. Each week we will learn how to live these out in our everyday rhythms in practical, sustainable ways.
Led by: Danielle Harper and Ashley Dean
May 5-May 19 / Sundays 10:45AM-12PM
The enemy is the father of lies and prowling around looking for someone to devour. However, God is truth and The Word of God is our sword in times of battle. Join us as we look to the Psalms for ammunition in doing battle against our enemy, and ultimately to discover our own fight Psalm.
Led by: Andrew Berg
Cost/materials: Free. Bring a Bible, journal and pen.
May 9-June 20 / Thursdays 9:15-10:45AM
Hebrews was written for a specific people and culture, but is also relevant for us today, reminding us to continue walking toward Jesus regardless of our culture or our circumstances. Discover how Jesus is an accessible God who wants to draw near to us. Hebrews reminds us that Jesus is supreme, and He is also compassionate, empathetic, and loving.
Led by: Amy Warth
Cost/materials: Participants will need to purchase their own copy of “Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus,” by Lisa Harper. Please buy your own book in advance of the first session.