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.
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.
Infant-PreK Care and Classes, check in at Room 118 (next to nursery door) from 9:15 to 12:15. Your children will be led through fun educational activities with the new Heartshaper curriculum.
Kindergarten-5th grade in room 116 at 10:15. Your children will learn about God’s Big Picture for their lives, with a new fun curriculum including a variety of activities for different learning styles.
These are typically video led sessions presenting very practical biblical teaching we can directly apply to how we live our lives.
“Balanced: Gaining and Maintaining Financial Stability” Room 103 Facilitators: Rev. James Friesen and Josh Crum–6 sessions
Can you be unbalanced financially and still be a devoted follower of Christ? What does it even mean to be financially balanced? You’ll be challenged to examine what you really believe about finances and faith: What does the Bible say about money? Can you survive without debt? Are you content with what you have? Are you giving God your leftovers? This series is filled with insightful perspectives and practical exercises to build a biblical foundation for your finances.
“Living Without Fear” Chapel Facilitator: Joe Gonzalez 5 Sessions (Oct. 21-Nov-18)
Character is the inward motivation to do what is right, whatever the cost. Every person has equal opportunity to build his or her character by working on qualities such as truthfulness, patience and loyalty. When daily decisions are based on these qualities, we will experience lasting rewards. Christ has 49 identifiable characteristics. Join Joe Gonzalez as he leads a study of two distinct ones and their opposites – Truth vs. Deception and Discernment vs. Judgment.
Let Them Pray Conference Room Facilitator: Rev. Tony Winter 5 Sessions (Oct. 21-Nov-18)
with Rev. Tony Winter. Oct. 21-Nov. 18 (5 wks), Conference Room.
In James 5:16 it says, “The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective.” Most of us likely have a belief that prayer is powerful and that it is something that is good for us to do. Many of us find it hard to pray because we aren’t sure what to say, whether anybody is listening or maybe even for fear God is listening. Join this special time to explore what the Bible, our Reformed theology and the experiences of our brothers and sisters in Christ teach us about our prayers
Because these classes involve more depth of understanding and study, they may involve additional reading outside of the group session.
“Genesis” Book Study Room 112 Facilitator: Carl Brannan
Class will meet with the “Living Without Fear” class through October 14.
The MacArthur Bible Studies provide intriguing examination of the whole of Scripture. Each guide incorporates extensive commentary, detailed observations on overriding themes, and probing questions to help you study the Word of God.
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