Wednesday Night Adult Classes

Due TO COVID-19 & Social Distancing Guidelines

We Will Not Be Having Adult Small Groups Until Further Notice

  • College & Career Class (18-22)

    Teachers: Megan Adams & Mark Willey

    Room AE 101

    Biblically based discussion & lessons for single young adults that are in college or in their first few years out of High School. Real, relevant topics that meet young adults right where they are and help prepare them for careers, relationships, and their future in Christ.

  • Single Mothers Class

    Teacher: LaDonna McVay

    Caring People: Healing the Hurts of Single Moms

    Room AE 203

    The Caring People provide a sound platform of love and support to Single Moms. All sessions focus on improving the spiritual, emotional and physical well being of Single Moms.

  • Ladies Class

    Teacher: Dawn Morley

    "Psalm 40" by Sarah Mae

    Room AE 206

    Does God really see me? Does He really care? When life hits hard and you aren’t sure what to do, it can be confusing, lonely, and seemingly hopeless. Psalm 40 is the good news that God hears our cries and delights to rescue us. Trace the thread of joy and purpose that comes from delighting in the Lord and the healing that only He can bring to His children.

  • Ladies Class

    Teacher: Kelly Graves

    "We Over Me"

    Room AE 201

    It’s easy to get frustrated with the local church—we see the people in the pews up close, both their beauty and blemishes. But God has a purpose and a plan that He uniquely accomplishes in and through the church, and He wants you to be part of it. Discover God’s ultimate desire for the church and your part in it. Challenge your perspective of the modern church. Learn to apply the importance of biblical community to your life.

  • Men's Class

    Teacher: Gary Crim

    Study of Romans

    Room AE 204

    Working through the book of Romans, we will look at the apostle Paul's letter to the Romans and discuss how it applies to our world & our lives.

  • Adult Class

    Teachers: Mike & Courtney Jackson

    "Defined: Who God Says You Are"

    Room AE 205

    When you introduce yourself to someone for the first time, you have an opportunity to define yourself. You disclose your name, profession, and interests. These factors help our culture define us, but are those answers enough? There are bigger questions our culture can’t answer: Who am I? Why do I matter? And before asking, who am I? You must first answer, who is God? 

    The Scripture teaches that we are all made in the image of God. We do not define ourselves—the Creator does. We were all created to be known and loved by God. Once the answers are clear, we can move forward and discover all God has called us to be.

  • Adult Class

    Teachers: Ken & Laura Beatie

    "When to Walk Away: Freedom from Toxic People" 

    Room AE 200

    As Christians, we often feel the guilt and responsibility of meeting the needs of unhealthy people in our lives. Learn the difference between difficult people and toxic people. Find refuge in God when you feel under attack. Discern when to walk away from a toxic situation. Keep a tender heart even in unhealthy relationships. Grow your inner strength and invest in reliable people.

  • Adult Class

    Teacher: Rocky Harris

    Foundations Bible Study

    Room AE 103

    Core truths that we can only learn by digging into God's Word.