Intersect hour is every Sunday at 9 am when we connect to grow together through a variety of study options that vary month to month. The three things that always remain the same? A welcoming atmosphere of coffee and fellowship.
These classes will be a bit like an infomercial where an overview of a destination that would inspires someone to want to go and visit “Obadiah” or “Colossians” or “Leviticus” (OK, maybe just for a weekend here). In essence it will make the books of the Bible feel familiar, relevant, approachable and even necessary.
September 2-November 25
"I once was lost" is a 7 week discussion facilitated by Derek Slabaugh and Greg Petersheim on the topic of understanding how people come to Jesus in today's culture. Based off of the book by the same title, written by Don Everets and Doug Schaupp, this series will offer practical insights on how we can guide people across different thresholds along their journey to knowing God.
October 14-November 25.
Ages 25-40, meeting ongoing.
"Justice in the New Testament" taught by Glenn Kunkel.
September 2-November 25.
(in the fellowship hall, by the kitchen)
Join us Sunday mornings at 9 am in a casual setting where coffee is served and interaction is encouraged. This is a place to engage with new people, develop relationships and an opportunity to practice "Where Every Story Matters."
Everything has a starting point. Sometimes we forget that faith has a starting point as well. For some of us, our faith journeys began in childhood or maybe we had no faith at all. Too often, our faith isn’t strong enough to withstand the pressures of adult life.
This 8 week intro to faith video series by Andy Stanley will be facilitated by Tim Rogers and Greg Petersheim.
In this 8 week series, Louie Giglio will take us through the book of Colossians to help us form a complete picture of Jesus. What we believe about Him influences everything from our corporate worship to our relationships to our attitude toward sin. Now alive in Christ, we can live a life worthy of God instead of falling back into the ways of the world.
This series will be facilitated by Brad Beiler and Amos Ebersole.