Fall Electives

We are excited to offer five weeks of specialized electives this fall, beginning in just a few weeks on Wednesday, October 9th. Each elective class will focus on a different book of the Bible and on applying practical truths from God’s Word. The electives will take place during our regularly scheduled Wednesday service at 7:00 pm and it is our prayer that these electives will help strengthen your walk with Christ. We hope you will plan now to join us for one of our Fall Electives.

  • James | Room 102: The five chapters of James, penned by the half-brother of Jesus, are filled with practical lessons for today’s Christian. Topics in this study will include enduring trials and temptation, taming the tongue, and praying effectually.
  • Ephesians | Fellowship Hall: Ephesians explores the depth of the great riches God has given to His children. In this study, we will consider the precious gifts of our salvation, the local church, and a godly family.
  • Hosea & Joel | Room 106: Hosea and Joel are two of those short books of the Bible buried at the end of the Old Testament that we often label the “minor prophets.” But a careful look at these small, often overlooked books will reveal a great and powerful, loving and personal God.
  • Esther | Room 7: Esther is a remarkable—and complicated—story of God’s sovereignty and grace. How awesome that He would use an orphan girl to rescue a nation! We will glean both practical and theological lessons from our study of this most interesting Old Testament narrative.
  • Exodus (Ladies Elective) | Library: Exodus tells the story of the rescue of God’s people from the heathen land of Egypt. In this study, we will explore the journey of the Israelites beyond the Red Sea into freedom and a restored relationship with God as He prepares them for the land He promised. Lessons will include a careful look into His law, the Ten Commandments, and His dwelling place, the tabernacle.

Wednesdays @ 7:00 pm

October 9th – November 6th