January - February Session
Here are the three classes we are offering for the 5-week session that begins on January 7. Please sign up for your choice on the form at the bottom of this page so that we can allocate classroom space according to the numbers.
The Knowledge of the Holy
What is the nature of God? For the believer, there’s no question more foundational — nor more unfathomable — than that. This class will explore about 20 of God’s self-revealed attributes through a book discussion of A.W. Tozer’s 1961 classic Knowledge of the Holy. Known for his unusual ability to penetrate beyond the surface of Christian living and deal with basic spiritual issues, Tozer bears eloquent witness to God’s majesty, showing us new ways to experience and understand the wonder and the power of God’s presence in our daily lives. Class members will be expected to read 20-25 pages each week and participate in the discussion. Class size may be limited, so sign up early. (Update: class is almost full; if you request this class, write in your second choice in the "Note" field.)
Just Walk Across the Room
When Christ “walked” across the cosmos 2,000 years ago, he had no formula and no memorized script. He came armed only with an offer of redemption for people like us, many of whom were neck-deep in pain of our own making. This dynamic experience is designed to equip and inspire you to participate in that same pattern of grace-giving by taking simple walks across rooms—leaving your “Circle of Comfort” and extending your hands of care and compassion to people who might need a touch of God’s love today.
"Is the Bible Reliable?" - Part 2
In this session we will be continuing our discussion of the historical reliability of the Bible, this time looking at the New Testament. Whether you personally question the reliability of the Bible, or whether you would like to be better prepared to defend your faith to those who do, this class is for you.
Note: Part One is recommended but not required