Gather in person at the Downtown Campus on Sundays at 9:30a or 11a or online at 9:15a, 11a, or 5p at FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE, or CHURCH ONLINE

Milestones Classes

Framework for Discipleship

Milestones is a framework for adult discipleship designed to equip people through 6 and 12-week courses held throughout the week. Classes that provide specific discipleship in the following areas: Bible Book Study, Engaging the World (Missions), General Interest, Life Stages, Special Situations in Life, and Spiritual Maturity.

Come early and have dinner (free) with us from 5:45p. After that, we will be dismissed to various classes from 6:30–7:30p.

5:45–6:25p — Free Dinner in the Lobby and Green Space
6:30–7:30p — Milestones Classes

Bible Study Methods

Every Wed, Jan 27–Mar 10 @ 6:30–7:30p — Rm 221
T Ramsey Rabie

An important step in our spiritual growth is moving from reading to studying the text of Scripture. It is an essential skill for more effective fruitfulness for God's kingdom, because it informs everything else we do, including preparation for family worship in the word. Join us for this six-week class that will guide you into some of the Bible study methods that will enhance your ability to effectively interpret and apply Scripture.

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ETHNOS: How to Love Your Neighbor Well

Every Wed, Jan 27–Mar 10 @ 6:30–7:30p — Worship Center

Did you know that if you’re part of a faith community like ours, where we’ve got all kinds of diversity (i.e. geographic, linguistic, socioeconomic, cultural, gender, ethnic, familial, generational, diversity of national origin, etc.), you’re actually more likely to be a hospitable person? Scripture teaches us that the greatest and most important commandment is to love God with all that we are (Matthew 22:34-38). Immediately following that, we’re told that the next most important commandment is to love our neighbors (Matthew 22:38-40). The goal of this class is to foster healthy and helpful dialogue so that each of us can increase our cultural competency, grow in empathy, and develop tools for productive engagement.

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ETHNOS: How to Love Your Neighbor Well (HUB Students)

Every Wed, Jan 27–Mar 10 @ 6:30–7:30p — Rm 327

Students Grades 6–12 will meet in the HUB area where they will participate in age appropriate lessons and discussions on what it means to love their neighbors

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Every Wed, Jan 27–Feb 24 @ 6:30–7:30p — Rm 213
T Peter Lee

PLACE will help you discover how God has uniquely designed you to make an impact for his kingdom here on earth. We will cover topics such as personality, spiritual gifts, abilities, passions, and life experiences.

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Preschool and Children

Every Wed, Jan 27–Mar 10 @ 6:30–7:30p — Preschool & Children's Areas

Grab a passport and join us for a trip around the world this MidLink semester! Through lessons, games, and food, our preschoolers and children will be learning about global missions, the great commission, and loving our neighbor!

Missionaries will be joining us IN-PERSON to share of their experiences and how they have witnessed God working around the world.

Let us know you are coming and RSVP below

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