Adult Sunday School, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
- “Fight Club” | Auditorium
WHEN IT COMES TO FAMILY, RELATIONSHIPS ARE WORTH FIGHTING FOR
Of all relationships in life, few are as important or as complicated as the relationships between fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, or sisters and brothers. These relationships impact us more than we want to admit. Although we are tempted to write these relationships off when they are painful, we still know that there is something in us that needs that connection.Drawing largely from personal stories, this four-part series explores the unique dynamics of the family. Whether you are a parent or a child, you’ll be challenged to put on the gloves and step back into the ring, because when it comes to family, some relationships are worth fighting for.
- “A Clash of Kingdoms” | Fellowship Hall (upstairs office building area)Begins: TBD
Discover how Paul communicated the Good News of Christ to Philippi, a Roman colony that worshipped false gods. Can you live the message as Paul did while he encouraged the church in Philippi to consider itself a colony of heaven, not Rome? Consider your citizenship and the message you convey to the world as Ray Vander Laan takes you deeper into the culture of ancient Philippi.
Senior Bible Study/SHARE Group | Leaders: Dick Halaas and Marv Schrom
It’s thoughtful Bible study (based on the most recent sermon topic), lively discussion, and wonderful fellowship for our seniors. Weekly meetings are each Wednesday, 1:00 pm-2:30 pm, in the Fellowship Hall – cookies and coffee are always on the table! During the summer months, special outings will be announced in the church bulletin. We resume again Wednesday, September 6th at 1:00 pm, please join us.
Hoff Bible Study/SHARE Group
The Minor Prophets: Why Are They Minor? Starting with Hosea. Wednesdays at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall.
Youth & Under Sunday School, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
7th – 12th Grade, Youth Room, downstairs Office Building
Webpage: Καρδία Youth
3 yrs – 6th Grade, Various Rooms, downstairs Main Building, below Auditorium
Webpage: Singing Hills Kids