Autumn session dates Tuesday nights Sept 12 - Dec 12. 6:030-8:30 pm
Winter session dates Tuesday nights Jan 9 - Apr 16. 6:30-8:30pm
Registration cost $20 for the year ($10 per semester) Coming Soon
Materials needed: please bring your Bible. No other books are needed. Handouts and questions are provided each week. Each class includes personal study, as well as group discussion. Homework (reading the Bible and meditating on the Scriptures by answering questions) is strongly encouraged but not required.
Class 1: the Book of Acts
Facilitator: Pierrette Morin
Do you like adventure?
Do you like challenges?
Have you ever felt shipwrecked, either physically or mentally?
Have you ever felt lost, not knowing where you are?
The Book of Acts is all about that, and more.
This session includes teaching and group discussion. Study sheets are provided. A Bible is required.
Class 2: Great Prayers of the Bible
Facilitator: Donna Simon
We’ve all got a long way to go to be able to pray with the courage of Abraham or the passion of Moses; we want to learn to pray with great faith but we’re just not there yet. This study will increase your faith and move you into a new level of prayer to your Father. We’ll study eleven great prayers of the Bible to teach us how to pray, how to know who God really is, how to recognize His responses to His children’s petitions, and how to be understanding children of God who learn to adopt God’s own heart as we pray. This session includes teaching and group discussion. Study sheets are provided. A Bible is required.
Class 3: the Parables of Jesus
Facilitator: Barb Link
What exactly is a parable and where are they found in the Bible? What is the purpose of a parable? The parables of Jesus embody much of His fundamental teachings. As we seek the knowledge of His message thru Scripture, we can become more familiar with His ways and how we may apply them to our lives. This session includes guided discussion. Question sheets are provided. A Bible is required.
Class 4: An Overview of the Books of Lamentations and Job
Facilitator: Regena Sabatier
Something good happens in suffering that can’t happen in pleasure. The Book of Lamentations and the Book of Job in the Old Testament of the Bible invite us to meet God in the midst of our suffering. Instead of offering a set of techniques or easy answers for pain and grief, we are reoriented to God’s character and how to think wisely, even (especially) when we are in pain and grief. Ultimately, God controls all situations. His hope and strength are always available to the trusting woman. This session includes guided discussion. Question sheets are provided. A Bible is required.