Welcome to the CONNECT hour. Whether you want a cup of coffee, to connect with other attendees or to delve deeper into your life journey, we have something for you.
CONNECT is an hour on Sunday mornings in which we gather to form community and connections that enable us to grow in our faith. It happens between our Contemporary and Traditional worship services, so that whichever service you attend, you can be a part of CONNECT.
A variety of options are available to you, each provides an opportunity to gather in fellowship, learn about ourselves and our faith, and grow as disciples of Jesus.
CONNECT Options: April 8th to May 20th
Coffee Fellowship and Table Talks
Coffee, cold drinks and snacks are available in our Connect gathering space. We encourage you to enjoy the open and relaxed environment. On each table are some discussion topics based on current events. These can prompt some interesting discussions to engage and challenge your faith.
Drop In Classes
These are typically video led sessions presenting very practical biblical teaching we can directly apply to how we live our lives.
“Who Is This Man” Room 103 Facilitator: Jon Shick
Jesus’ impact on our world is highly unlikely, widely inescapable, largely unknown, and decidedly double-edged. It is unlikely in light of the severe limitations of His earthly life; it is inescapable because of the range of impact; it is unknown because history doesn’t connect dots; and it is doubled-edged because his followers have wreaked so much havoc, often in his name. In Who Is This Man?, John Ortberg, a Presbyterian minister, reveals how Jesus has impacted civilization and individual human hearts.
“Ask It” Room 107 Facilitators: Kelsey and Jarrett Leunk
Every day brings new questions. Should I take this job? Buy that house? Marry this person? Did you know there’s a question that makes it easy to determine the answer to all the other questions? It’s true. All you have to do is ask it!
This class digs deeper into issues and may involve additional reading outside of the group session.
“Science and the Bible” Chapel Facilitators: Dave Luhrsen – Matt Vanture
How can I believe the Bible in light of what science tells us? Why aren’t dinosaurs mentioned in the Book of Genesis? And how is it possible to believe the Bible’s illogical claim that the first humans lived to be 800 or 900 years old? Statements like this make it extremely embarrassing to be a Bible-believing Christian. “Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind.“ – Albert Einstein, 1941
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