Click here for a downloadable class information schedule! Read about all of our great Fall Classes, and Register using the form at the bottom of the page Ezra: Inductive Bible Study Category: Bible Study Facilitator: Lorraine Meehan Level of Difficulty: Beginner to Medium Begins: Wednesday, September 20, 5:30-7:00 p.m. (5 weeks) Room: 222 This in-depth
The importance of keeping Bible study related to witness is reinforced. The study also emphasizes the rhythm of coming to God and going for God, of being in the Word and in the world individually and corporately.
An Adam Hamilton Bible Study led by Duke Divinity School intern Matthew Nelson Retrace the life of Moses from his modest birth and rescue as a baby to the courts of Pharaoh, from herding flocks in Midian to leading his people out of Egypt. Join Adam Hamilton as he travels from Egypt to Mt. Sinai,
Special Friends of Seaside (SFOS) is a new outreach, support and activities ministry for young adults with physical challenges and their families. This new ministry has sprung from families in our own congregation who see the importance of ministering to all of God’s children, providing safe and welcoming space to gather as a community. SFOS
After a glorious celebration of resurrection that comes with Easter Sunday, many of us begin to turn our minds towards the promised realities …
The Holy Spirit has given each of us unique gifts to carry out God’s work in the world. It is not necessarily easy, however, to…
This is a compelling Bible study of David. Explore how David’s life proves the promise: God never gives up on you. In the…
This weekly exercise is a way to build up your “prayer” muscles by entering into a time of guided meditation through various Scripture passages.
Walking the labyrinth is a meditation opportunity that helps you focus on spiritual, healing and lifeissues. A prayer labyrinth allows you to slow down, be grateful and pray.
Paul’s letter to the churches of Galatia is a call to Christian Freedom. Freedom does not meanliving any way we choose, rather it means living life in Christ and living the goodness of God’s grace.