Spring Session

March 19 - May 7
5-6:30 p.m.


Foundations of Apologetics
Led by: Bob Cook
Do you want to ….bolster your personal faith… help friends and family who may be struggling with the validity of the Bible… engage intellectually with non-believers, and be relevant in the discussions of today?  This 7 week series will help you to develop a well-reasoned, intellectual defense of the truth claims of the Christian faith.  While the greatest defense of our faith is what God has personally accomplished in our lives, we will explore how to make a defense of Christianity and the Bible using logic, philosophy, history, science, and other disciplines.
Living the Beatitudes
Led by: Sherry Maxsom
What does it mean to be blessed? And, more importantly, how do we become someone who is blessed? The kind of life God is calling us to may not look the way we imagined, but it will be better than we could have hoped. Through Jesus’ teaching, learn what the blessed life really looks like.
Essentials of Prayer
Led by: Dr. Mark Rotramel
Using the basic prayer acronym of ACTS as a foundation, this study will take participants deeper into the four components of prayer as a means of deepening one’s prayer experience.
The Dynamics of Small Group Leadership - Tips, Tools, and Techniques
Led by: Sue Kovach
This course is designed to help small group leaders be more effective in promoting spiritual growth and development in their groups, and, for future leaders who feel God’s call but don’t know where to start. Topics include: The Profile of a Small Group, Tools and Techniques of Evaluating Curriculum, Managing Discussions, Identifying New Leaders, and The Leader’s Growing Relationship with the Lord: The Exchanged Life and Beyond.
Redeeming Art Ministry: Light and Shadows
Led by: Cindy Prieto
In this six week course, we will study light and shadows and learn God’s desire for us to be light for our world.  Our focus scriptures will be 1 John 1:5-7 – “…God is light and in Him is no darkness at all.  If we say that we have fellowship with Him, and walk in darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth.  But if we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin.”
We will be working in oil paint and will complete three paintings during this class, a still life, a landscape and a portrait.  In each painting we will study the use of light and shadow to create depth and realism in our works.  Each week we will also study a different scripture focusing on God’s desire for us to be light in our world and what that means for our discipleship journey.  
Class will not meet March 26

Redeeming Film Ministry
Led by: Michael Head
Week 1: God is the storyteller - stories and  parables with biblical worldview .
Week 2: God is the designer - cameras copied the design form the human eye, which God made.
Week 3: God is the Light of the  World - We see everything with light, and we need to remember that all light is from God.
Week 4: God speaks to us - As we record sound, we remember that we have to listen to God as we work.
Week 5: God puts the story together - God directs the story of everything for His purposes, as we we assemble our projects we need to keep in mind the purpose for the talents God has given us.
Week 6: God wants us to listen to each other - Jesus spent a lot of time sitting, talking, and listening to people.
Week 7: God records His Story - as we tell stories, we record what God has done for His people and for His glory


Meets at Porflit's home


Sunday Night Life
Students in grades 6-12 will be equipped to build bridges to their peers and the world around them through a variety of Bible based interactive discussions about issues affecting our lives, service projects, outreach events and fun activities.


The Children’s Ministry will offer one Sunday evening class for children 1st to 5th Grade. This class is free and registration is not required. Childcare and fun activities will be offered at the same time for children kinder and younger.
Easter Science
Each week kids and leaders will work in a simple science experiment that connects to the Easter Story.