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

To keep us connected and growing in faith, several new studies are available online.
 
NOTE:THIS IS A WORKING LIST; PLEASE KEEP CHECKING THIS SPACE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
 

The Greatest Commandment

Join Pastor Garrett Rea for a three-week study of the “greatest commandment” to love God and to love your neighbor as yourself.  Each session will explore a different aspect of Matthew 22:34-36 in light of the broader biblical witness and our Wesleyan perspective.  Classes will be offered via Zoom on Tuesdays from 12 to 1 pm and Wednesdays from 6:15 to 7:15 pm. See the details below.  Register online by clicking here. [add button to Paula’s link]

  • Session One — What does it mean to love God?
Tuesday, July 28 @ 12 pm // Wednesday, July 29 @ 6:15 pm
  • Session Two — What does it mean to love your neighbor?
Tuesday, August 4 @ 12 pm // Wednesday, August 5 @ 6:15 pm
  • Session Three — What does it mean to love yourself?
Tuesday, August 11 @ 12 pm  // Wednesday, August 12 @ 6:15 pm 

 

For more information, email Garrett at garrett@stjconnect.org

 
 
Sunday School Classes
 
Sunday School classes are continuing to meet online.  The classes will still meet on Sundays, usually at 10 a.m. 
 
The Seekers class will begin a study of “The Prodigal God” by Timothy Keller on August 9.  Class members also keep connected with weekly devotions and discussions and prayer requests online.  To join, email Lora Joyner at lcjoyner90@gmail.com
 
The Faith Followers class is on hiatus until the fall.  For more information, email Cam Evans at camevans1@gmail.com
 
The Faith Foundations class has moved to Zoom.  The class began a study on the Book of Daniel, Spiritual Living in a Secular World.  To join them, email Artie Rogers at jartierogers@gmail.com
 
The Life Enrichment class also meets on Zoom, studying Max Lucado’s Facing Your Giants: God Still Does the Impossible.  To join them, email Jerry Mills at jerrym218@gmail.com
 
The Women on the Way (WOW) class has weekly check-ins via Zoom at 11:30 a.m.  Members of the class share prayer concerns and praise reports.  They take turns leading a meditation at the beginning of each class For more information, email Laura Smith at lauralsmith@suddenlink.net
 
The Bible Study class is now meeting online through Zoom, continuing their study of Paul’s letters.  They are currently examining 2 Timothy.  To join them, email Aaron Sampson at aaronroxy@gmail.com
 
The Growing Together class is on hiatus until the fall.  For more information, email Spencer Letchworth at spencerletchworth@hotmail.com
 
The Story class meets online through Zoom and on June 14 began a study of the stories of the Book of Genesis: God’s creation, Adam and Eve in the Garden, Cain and Abel, Noah and the Ark, God’s promise, the tower.  To join the class, email Joyce Day at joyce@stjconnect.org
 


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, on Zoom, Started a new study on June 14th entitled Spiritual Living in a Secular World based on the Book of Daniel.
Contact Artie Rogers at jartierogers@gmail.com
 
The Faith Followers, on Zoom, Started a new study by Max Lucado entitled Action Plan to Overcome Anxiety.
Contact Sarah Jane Taylor at sjtaylor1971@yahoo.com
 
The Seekers, on Zoom, Started a new study based on the film Just Mercy 
Contact Lora Joyner at lcjoyner90@gmail.com
 
 
   
 
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