Sunday Mornings 10:00 - 10:50
What We Believe
Led by Lynn Hoover
Room 104 | Hallway east side of Auditorium
Whether you have recently become a member, have just been attending a short while, or have been with us for some time, you might have questions about our beliefs and doctrine, our history, or our practices. Beginning, September 15th, we will offer a video class by Bob Russell called, “What We Believe.” We would love for you to take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about us!
How to read the bible for all its worth
Led by Jim Frech
Room 207 | Across from Church offices
How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth is used all around the world. In clear, simple language, it helps you accurately understand the different parts of the Bible - their meaning for ancient audiences and their implications for you today - so you can uncover the inexhaustible worth that is in God’s Word. Begins September 15th.
Led by Ed Martin
Room 208 | Across from Church offices
Acts is the story of the early church. Following the conclusion of our study of the Book of Acts, we will be looking church history from the 1st generation after the apostles to other important people and events in the church to the Reformation to the Restoration Movement from which Countryside has its roots.
Fear the Lord
Led by Dan Nance
Room 103 | Hallway east side of Auditorium
Ecclesiastes is a sad book as Solomon is self-described as a person who has all the success possible at the time, yet has no way of finding meaning in any of it. Repeatedly he declared that all of his triumphs were “meaningless.” Any search for significance without God will end in desperation. These lessons will deal with the theme of significance from the book of Ecclesiastes.
Led by Orville Brill, Clayton Kent, Chris King & Gerald Luttrell
Room 210 | Fellowship Hall
This class is led by a team of teachers where the topics vary each week. The class will cover such subjects as selections from the Psalms, events from the Book of Acts, the Messianic prophecies from the Old Testament, the Second Great Awakening: Cane Ridge and Changing America, faith and repentance. There is plenty of opportunity for discussion and/or listening. The class members can suggest topics as well.
International Students' Class
Led by Don Smith
Room 301 | Class room South of Kitchen
Pursue knowing, loving, and serving God and knowing and loving people. Join this class as a way to care for international students.
Led by: Jenny Jameson
Room 212 | East class room - front of Fellowship Hall
This class is designed for ladies of all ages and stages of life. Topics will vary from video studies to sessions that offer more outside study, but anyone is welcome at any time.
Led by Eric Jameson
Room 211 | West class room -front of Fellowship Hall
Various topics will be discussed to help keep college kids connected and engaged.
first class citizens
Led by Carl Fogelman
Room 226 | Education Wing
This class is designed for special needs adults. We read and talk about Bible stories and their meaning and have special times of prayer and fellowship.