Age-specific classes are held for children and youth ages 2.5 years through 12th grade.
Elective courses are offered each quarter for adults. We are currently in the 4th Quarter, spanning January 8 – March 26.
To find help with room assignments, stop at the welcome station located in the lobby.
Nursery is provided.
Taught by Paul Perdue and Bill Kesting (Auditorium)
Suffering has been defined as "having what we don't want and wanting what we don't have". Clearly, all of us suffer to one degree or another; we all grapple with how to trust God, especially when life hurts. This class will examine the biblical/theological framework of suffering and then apply it to our everyday lives, relationships, and our ministry to others.
Doctrine of Christ
Taught by Justin Feland and Jake Torgeson (AP Room)
Christ is the center of everything. He is our life, our hope, our joy, and our message. What better topic can we study? This class will consider Christ’s person and work, ranging from his pre-incarnate glory to his imminent return. Topics will include Christ in the Old Testament, his names and titles, the hypostatic union, and his life, death, and resurrection. It will also include a historical survey of how the church has come to articulate these precious doctrines.