Adult Bible Classes

Adult Bible classes are offered on Sunday mornings as part of our commitment to help each other grow in our understanding and application of the Bible.

Listen to one of our series below!

  • Jesus will return. He promised it would happen, and He told us to be ready. What does that mean for us, and what does Scripture say about the events surrounding His return? This class will ground us in a biblical understanding of Christ’s second coming so that we can live expectantly and with hope as we wait for the return of our King.

  • Jesus promised that the Holy Spirit would dwell with us and be in us (Jn 14:17). Paul wrote, “You, however, are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if in fact the Spirit of God dwells in you” (Rom 8:9). By the Spirit, we are “new creatures” (2Cor 5:17) and able to walk in “newness of life” (Rom 6:4). What does that mean, and what does that look like in our lives? This class examines what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit, the work of the Spirit in our lives, and experiencing a fuller life in the Spirit.

  • Our life in Christ should be a life of growing maturity. It’s changing from our natural self and natural ways into a greater likeness of Christ with deepening faith, love, and hope. That kind of “change” is God’s purpose and promise as we pursue Him in the everyday pressures, uncertainties, and troubles of life. This class helps us not only understand how that works but also experience how that happens (and help others do the same) through a biblical approach to the change we all need.

  • Justice is a topic that has filled the news and occupied our thoughts over the last year. There are understandable questions and concerns about how we should think and engage on the issues as Christians. The Justice is prominent in Scripture, and it is integral to what God is doing to redeem and restore His creation. This class helps us build a biblical framework for understanding “justice” and growing as people who “do justice” according to God’s purposes for us.

  • Imitate. Abide. Love one another. Ask of me. Bear fruit. Fear not. These are some of the words Jesus shared with His disciples on the night before His crucifixion. The Gospel of John, chapters 13-17, provides for us His final message before sending them into the world. It still offers needed assurances and instructions for all who want to follow Jesus faithfully on mission.

  • Life often involves hardship – both expected and unexpected; in our own lives and in the lives of those around us. Many hard circumstances and experiences are beyond our control, and sometimes they even seem beyond hope. How are the truths of Scripture – God’s promises, purposes, and power – relevant and helpful in those kinds of situations? As Christians, how should we think, how do we persevere, how do we grow through it, and how do we help others in those places in light of our faith? 

  • We live in a culture that is increasingly uninterested and unfamiliar with the truths of Christianity. What does this mean for our mission as the Church and our impact as God's people? 1st Peter provides perspective and hope for God's people living as "strangers" in their own land. In this class, we will glean renewed passion and wisdom for how to live out our missional calling faithfully and effectively.

  • As a church, we have been considering deeply the “person” of Jesus revealed in Hebrews and throughout the Scriptures. As His followers, we also need to study the “words” of Jesus given to us in the Gospels. During His ministry on earth, He spoke with purpose and authority to give us understanding about His Kingdom for our lives. This class will look at some of the key teachings of Jesus with an emphasis on present-day application as His present-day disciples.   

  • Easter is a celebration of the gracious and powerful work of God to deliver us from sin, guilt, and death. As we consider deeply the essential truths of Easter, it fills us with gratitude, confidence, and awe. This 3-week class leading up to Easter will help us all prepare by looking intently at the necessary death and resurrection of Jesus. 

  • Jesus Christ stands at the center of the Christian faith and life. He is God Incarnate – entering into humanity so that we could know Him and have a restored relationship with Him. The more we know Jesus, the more we love Him. And the more we love Him, the more we grow and become like Him. This class will delve into the Scriptures to “behold Jesus,” looking intently at His divine attributes, His perfect humanity, and His redemptive work to restore us and all creation.  

  • The promise is certain. Jesus will return, and He told us to "be ready." What does that mean for us? This class looks at what the Bible says about "the end" - what will be and how we are to live in light of that.

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