SUNDAY ADULT ELECTIVES

Adult Elective Class

Sundays, 10:05 – 11:00 am
Join us for these weekly classes that offer solid Bible teaching that is dynamic, interesting, and helpful! Choose from 1-3 different classes each semester.

This Semester: Spring 2023
January 8 – June 4, 2023

1) Lessons On Discernment
There is no god. There are many gods. There is only one living and true God. The Bible is true. The Bible is full of myths. The Bible is irrelevant. Morality is a matter of opinion. If it feels good, do it. Do the right thing. It’s OK if you don’t get caught. Every day we encounter ideas like these. Some are acceptable and some are not. How can we know which is which? Come learn how to deal with these ideas and more. Taught by Marcus Brunstetter in the gym-south. (Jan 8 – April 2, 2023)

2) The Book Of Romans, Part 2
There is no other epistle in the New Testament that is more tightly packed with the fundamental doctrines of faith as the book of Romans. With its mantra’s “I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ…” and ” the just shall live by faith”, Paul works through the subject of man’s universal predicament of sin and the law that makes it inescapable to the free gift of God in Christ Jesus our Lord. Weather it be the nation of Israel or the individual, God’s success in accomplishing His eternal plans are not based on human effort or understanding, rather they are determined by His power and faithfulness! God gets all the glory as He grants His people the light and revelation of Jesus Christ and empowers us by His Spirit to live a life that is honoring to Him. This is part two of a multi -semester class taught by Scott Holwick in the gym – north. Class Notes & Recordings Available Here




KINSHIP GROUPS

Meet Every-Other Sunday Evening
September – May


Kinship Groups offer a great way to connect with others and build lasting relationships with families in our church. They are small groups (10-15 people on average), a microcosm of our church, that meet bi-weekly from September – May for the purpose of sharing our faith and life issues, and engaging in “one-anothering” as prescribed in Scripture in a way not possible in a larger group setting. Normally, this is done as we meet in various homes for Bible discussion, fellowship, prayer, and outreach ministries. If you are currently not involved in a Kinship group, please REGISTER HERE. Questions can be directed to Travis Schanely.




MID-WEEK GATHERING

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 7:30pm

A weekly time of Bible Study & Prayer in the sanctuary on Wednesday nights (year-round). Each gathering includes a time of singing and Bible study, as well as time spent in prayer as we lift up the needs and praises of our church family, community and nation. Led by various pastors and elders. Everyone is welcome to participate!




GRIEFSHARE

Mondays, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

A GriefShare group is typically held each spring and each fall (13 sessions each). For specific dates this season, check the church calendar, or contact the church office: [email protected], 610-868-5501. Griefshare is a 13 week support group for those grieving the loss of a loved one. The loss of a loved one is a difficult experience to walk through anytime, but even more so during a pandemic when feelings of isolation can make it feel like we are walking through it alone. The GriefShare program offers both compassionate counsel from Christian leaders and counselors, and testimonials from people who have gone through grief and found healing through the love and grace of Jesus Christ. The group also offers a safe place to share about your own experience of grieving. If you are grieving the loss of someone dear, please consider joining us.