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Join us for worship this weekend: our contemporary Satellite Service is at 5:00 PM on Saturday in the Education Center (1316 Washington Ave), and our traditional worship is on Sunday morning at 8:15 and 10:50 in the Sanctuary. Come experience God's love and build meaningful relationships!

Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning @ 9:30 AM

 
"Dads in the Bible"
Led by Jim Cleary's Team - Room 205
 
Join as we look at several Dads in the Bible, and see how they can serve as a model for us.  This is a discussion-oriented class.
 
“Exploring Jude and James”
Led by Pastor Paul Dorn’s Team - Room 233 
 
In this class we will grow in understanding the pure goodness of God who created us in His image—a goodness that will help and guide us, His creation, and be visible in the way we live. 
 
“Hermeneutics”
Led by Tom DeVries Team - Room 234 
 
The Hermenuetics class, which uses the tools of the liberal arts to understand the lessons of our faith, has a fresh new set of topics we will be weaving through the next several months.  They include Stoicism, Intermittent Fasting, Church History, Allen Edmonds, Biases, Faith in Government and the Challenges of Prayer.  The discussions are geared towards individuals in their 20s and 30s who have not yet started a family.
 
"Philippians" - Partnership, Power & Praise in Jesus
Led by Reggie Buford's Team - Room 209
 
"Travels with Moses"
Led by Bill Fischer's Team - Room 201
 
Moses is one of the primary people in the Old Testament and his life and actions form the basis of much of our beliefs. While many people are familiar with Moses’ role with Plagues in Egypt, the Exodus, the Parting of the Red Sea and the Ten Commandments, there is much more to his life. The “Heroes of Faith” chapter of Hebrews 11 devotes more time to Moses and Abraham than anyone else. Our study will follow how God used this very human man to guide His people. We learn the life of Moses in several Old Testament books: Exodus, a small part of Leviticus, and parts of Numbers. Deuteronomy repeats many of the same incidents as Exodus, and we’ll look at some of them for more details.