Each Sunday at 9:45am we meet to equip you to worship God more deeply through prayer and Scripture.

Every spiritual growth hour class begins together in the Fellowship Hall.
During this time, everyone from kindergarteners through adults comes together for a time of intergenerational prayer and encouragement.

While all are welcome to attend these classes, they are primarily intended for high-school age and older.
is the information for our children’s program

The first Sunday of each month we all gather together at 9:45am for a potluck breakfast and a time to share in food and conversation

1: Daily Practices

For centuries, Christians have leaned on the Lord’s Prayer, Ten Commandments, and Apostles’ Creed for daily guidance and practice.  Clever alternatives come and go, but meditating on these and the Scripture behind them have provided millions with the ballast required to weather the storms of life.


This opportunity is geared toward Christians who are younger in the faith.

Teacher: Jeanne Griffith

2: Reading the Bible for All Its Worth

This course is built around the book How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth.  You’ll learn the basic timeline and geography of the Bible, study the unique aspects of each Biblical genre, and explore the amazing storylines that are packed in this amazing book.   My hope is that you’ll grow in both desire for, and understanding of, God’s Word.

We’ll follow a nine month September-to-May track, but you’re welcome to join in any Sunday.

Teacher: Dave Moore

3: You Can Read the Bible

This all-ages course is designed to equip and encourage us all as we journey together through the Bible.  Along the way we like to look for personal and cultural touch points. This is a good place to come with questions. Our goal is to help you engage the word.

We’ll cover Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 & 2 Kings, Matthew, Luke, Isaiah & Jeremiah. We will continue in the same format as last semester, looking at each week’s passages across several layers of meaning.  We have previously discussed topics like the relevance of Israel’s law for contemporary Christians and how movies and music help us better relate to difficult biblical passages.

Teacher: Matt Carter, leading an intergenerational teaching team