During our worship service, children ages 5 through 2nd grade are dismissed during the sermon and for “Epic Kids” where they’ll learn about salvation, obedience, and having a good attitude, as they relive the most amazing stories in the Bible – when oceans parted, walls fell down, giants were defeated, and fire fell from the sky.
3-4 YEAR OLDS:
Our 3-4 year olds are exploring “TruWonder” lessons that reveal the wonder of who God is and allow them to explore His Word together.
Our kindergartners through 6th graders are embarking together to “Explore the Bible” through book-by-book studies of God’s Word.
Our 7-12th grade students are learning what it means to "take every thought captive to obey Christ" and being "transformed by the renewing of your mind." This is not an apologetics or philosophy course. Instead students are studying what Scripture says about our mind - our thoughts, attitudes, and feelings - that they might use their minds to think, meditate on, question, and apply God's Word to the lies that attack them each day. The lies we believe undermine everything we do and want, and our goal is to teach students how to think biblically so they can dismantle the lies and be transformed. Follow the Youth Signs to the Commons Youth Room.
ADULTS - OPTION 1:
led by Gerry Barker
What is the significance of Genesis? How does it affect my daily life? Did God really create the world in 6 days? How old is the Earth? Was there really a world-wide flood? Did Noah really have room for all those animals on the Ark? These are some of the questions this class will wrestle with. Genesis maybe one of the most controversial books in the Bible. When you immerse yourself in the biblical account of creation, you will be led to know your creator in deeper ways, increasing your awe of Him.
ADULTS - OPTION 2: (Women-Only)
NAMES OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
led by Hope Lovera
Commons—Inner Prayer Room
God's Holy Spirit is very much a person. In fact, He is known in the Bible by over 100 different names and descriptions. Each of these names reveals an essential truth about Him.
As you learn more about the Holy Spirit through His many names, you'll find yourself entering into a deeper, richer and more joyous relationship with God.
ADULTS - OPTION 3:
led by FRANK LOVERA
What is a biblical worldview? Worldviews frame how you make judgements in life which govern the choices we make. These ideas have consequences, and our culture is often shaped by distorted ideas that yield distorted lives. These ideas are like viruses that have spread across our country. These viruses are made up of dangerous ideas "worldviews" that do not reflect Jesus and biblical living. God has given us the framework of truth upon which we can stand and live!