New Studies Now Online (& Some Old Standbys, too!)

To keep us connected and growing in faith, several new studies will be available online, beginning April 1.
Reverend Mark Woods will offer a new six-week class on the Book of James that will meet online.  Classes will meet on the Zoom app  at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays, from April 1 through May 6.  Click here to register.  Mark will email participants with information about how to connect online.

Raychl Smith and Reverend Ben Alexander will co-facilitate a weekly video discussion of Flannery O’Connor’s The Complete Stories (link below) on Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m.  Click here to Register

We will meet to get organized on Wednesday, April 1.  There is no advanced reading needed for this initial meeting.

Participants should go ahead and order the book:  


Reverend Ben Alexander is also offering a series called Binging the Bible.  Ben discovered through a recent informal poll that folks would rather binge on the Bible than on Netflix.  So, Ben has begun a weekly Bible Study called “Binging the Bible.”  In the first session, Ben will equip folks with questions and things to look for in a book of the Bible.  Then, the next week in a follow-up session, Ben will speak about that book via video. At the end of the discussion, Ben will introduce the next book.  There will be three different sessions of “Binging the Bible”: 

Wednesdays at 10 a.m.

Thursdays at 12 p.m.

Thursdays at 8 p.m.

Sunday School classes are continuing to meet online.  The classes will still meet on Sundays, but at varying times.
The Seekers class is postponing its next study in favor of keeping connected with weekly devotions and discussions and prayer requests online.  To join, email Lora Joyner at
The Faith Followers class will begin Less Fret, More Faith: An 11-Week Action Plan to Overcome Anxiety, a Max Lucado e-book.  To join this study, email Sarah Jane Taylor at
The Faith Foundations class is moving to Zoom!  To join them in their studies, email Artie Rogers at
The Life Enrichment class has also begun meeting on Zoom, continuing their study of Adam Hamilton’s The Walk.  To join them, email Jim Hix at
The Women on the Way (WOW) class has weekly check-ins to discuss their reading of Max Lucado’s How Happiness Happens.  During those check-ins via email, class members also share prayer concerns and praise reports.  For more information, email Laura Smith at
The Bible Study class is now meeting online through Zoom, continuing their study of 2 Thessalonians.  To join them, email Aaron Sampson at
The Growing Together class has moved to Zoom, with children invited to their Sunday sessions.  It will be a time to reconnect, not to do a study at this time.  To join them, email Spencer Letchworth at

Sunday School Classes: Changing Topics–Check Them Out!

Sunday School classes often change topics for study.  That is a perfect time to check out a Sunday School class for the first time or to begin a new study with another class.  You can come to a class at anytime, but now is a great time to start anew.  The classes below will offer new studies in the near future.  Contact the person listed just to let them know you are interested in attending.
Faith Foundations, Room 304, A study of Jesus’ final week  BEGINS February 16
Contact Artie Rogers at
The Story, Room 21, Margaret Feinberg’s The Organic God
BEGINS March 1
Contact Joyce Day at
Life Enrichment, Room 310, Adam Hamilton’s The Walk
BEGINS March 9
Contact Jim Hix at
Join a Sunday School class!

TGIW Classes



TGIW (Thank God It’s Wednesday) Classes

TGIW Classes begin with a meal of fellowship in the Fellowship Hall at 5:15 p.m. followed by classes on a variety of topics for adults.  Children and youth also meet for classes.  The Children’s Choir practices during TGIW.
TGIW runs in the fall from after Labor Day until Advent and in the spring from the second week of January until the week before Holy Week.
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