What stands out about the habits of Jesus as we read the gospels.  We hear him pray, we see him fast, we watch him in the synagogue. We listen to him quote and therefore study the Bible.  We notice him go away to be with his Father in Solitude and Silence.  We witness him go to the poor and marginalized (service).   This gives us six categories to study over the next 15 weeks.  Pray, Fast, Bible Studying, worship, solitude/silence, and service to the ones in need.  

TWELVE DISCIPLES led by David Forbes - Classroom E 
We will be studying the questions below. 

  • Why did Jesus choose the twelve men that he did? 
  • What was the significance of them being so ‘ordinary’?
  • What is the importance of the apostles to the Christian faith? 
  • What were the individual personality types of the disciples? 
  • How were they different and how were the alike? 
  • How are we like the disciples in so many ways?

ESTHER: GOD'S HAND OF PROVIDENCE led by Andrew Halbert - Choir Room (located behind office reception desk) 
The book of Esther is set apart in Scripture for a variety of reasons. It is one of only two books in the Canon whose protagonist is a woman (the other is Ruth). It is also the only book in Scripture that does not mention God or prayer a single time. This second reason has caused Esther to be the subject of scrutiny for centuries as the church for centuries questioned its inclusion. While God is not named, He is providentially present in the book. It is God’s hand of providence that guides and protects his people throughout the narrative. I invite you to join me in taking a closer look at this intriguing book.



THE BOOK OF ROMANS led by Jon Shugart - Classroom A/B 
The Epistle of Paul to the Romans is the most comprehensive statement of the gospel in all of Paul's pastoral letters.  In it he teaches the seriousness of mankind's sin, the need for a Savior, Christ's righteousness imputed to the believer, salvation by grace through faith, and a cross-section of the Bible's leading themes.  Join us as we work our way verse by verse through Paul's 'magnum opus,'' the largest of his letters.

THE SEVEN CHURCHES OF REVELATION led by Joel McCall and Paul Fitzgerald - Classrooms C/D
In this class, we will see how the Redeemer-Healer gives us a diagnosis regarding the condition of His churches - then and now. 

THE BOOK OF JUDE led by Chris Jaeger - Classrooms E
The book of Jude, written by a half brother of Jesus, is an appropriate study for our day.  Jude's focus is on the fact that Christians do not have the freedom to do anything outside the will of Jesus.  Alistair Begg said, "Churches may welcome people just as they are, but not if they decide to stay as they are. " We are to defend the faith we learn from Jesus revealed in His Word, contending for the faith against those who would challenge the Word of God.