Sunday Morning Bible Study
What is poverty? How does God call us to respond? Is it possible to hurt others and increase poverty while trying to help? Join us for this study as we examine the four key areas of poverty created by sin, how the gospel responds to each of those four areas.
Sundays, 9:45am, Mission Campus Heritage Room
Beginning February 11
Led by Amy Holsapple and Bill Vaughn
This group will be be starting a study of the book of James – James for Everyone – N. T. Wright.
Mission Campus Conference Room
Led by Randy and Marsha Fassold
This group enjoys studying the depths of the Scriptures in order to really know what’s going on in God’s story. We enjoy good conversation, good questions, and a good sense of community each Sunday morning. We are starting a study of the Gospel of Luke.
Mission Campus Conference Room/online hybrid
Led by Carol Doms and Joy Humbarger
Israel’s monarchy failed miserably and led to a divided kingdom (1 Kings 12) and eventual exile (2 Kings 17:5; 2 Kings 25) because they sinned greatly (2 Kings 17:7) and rejected the word of the Lord (2 Kings 17:16) in spite of repeated warnings given by God’s prophets (1 Kings 18-19).
9:45am, Sundays, Starting September 17
In Person in the Adult Lounge, Mission Campus
Led by Susie Schram and Janet Vetter
Ever wondered about those books of the Bible that you don’t know too much about–Ezra, Nehemiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Amos, Philemon? Join our Bible class that meets in the adult Lounge at the Mission campus at 9:45am on Sunday mornings.