the book of revelation

Led by Ed Martin

Room 208 | Across from Church offices

This session we will study the book of Revelation. We will use Shane Wood’s material from OCC NextLevel and the book Revelation’s Rhapsody by Robert Lowry (of Lincoln Christian Seminary) as a guide.  The study will be more thematic than chapter by chapter.

God's covenant

Led by Dan Nance

Room 103 | East Side of Auditorium 

The Son of God came to establish a new covenant. God has a spotless record as a covenant keeper, but humans are just as consistent in being covenant breakers. Covenant signs that will be highlighted in our first unit will include the rainbow, circumcision, Sabbath observance, and the presence of the Spirit. Hebrews 8:6 is our assured reminder that the new covenant in Christ is better than the old.

experiencing God in the flesh

Led by Orville Brill & Clayton Kent

Room 210 | Fellowship Hall

The class will study various passages and events, mainly from the Book of Luke but also some from other books both in the Old and New Testaments. During December, we will study Luke's account of the birth of Jesus. This class is open to adults of all ages. Lively discussion is encouraged and those who prefer instead to listen to others are also encouraged to attend. 

women's class

Led by Rosie Borchardt

Room 207 | Across from Church offices

We will continue to study the book of James written by James the half-brother of Jesus.  The book of James is full of practical wisdom for everyday living. Our study has taken a close look at how our faith is worked out in everyday life by understanding the principles of Godly wisdom. James believes a faith that does not produce real life change is a faith that is worthless.

the book of romans

Led by Don Smith

Room 301 | Next to the Kitchen

We will be studying God's hope for mankind in the book of Romans. Class is open to anyone who would like to learn to walk in the grace and freedom of God including our international students.

What We Believe

Led by Lynn Hoover

Room 104 | East side of the 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 10th, we will offer a video class by Bob Russell called, “What We Believe.” We hope would love for you to take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about us!

College Class

Led by Eric Jameson

Room 301 | Next to the Kitchen

A class specifically for our college and college-aged students.  We hope that this is an opportunity for you to get connected with fellow students, grow in your faith, and make connections off campus!

first class citizens

Led by Carl Fogleman & Melinda Adair

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.