Opportunities for Spiritual Growth

Join us this Fall for some wonderful opportunities for spiritual growth and fellowship with other Christians. We are offering a variety of topics across a varied schedule. Check out the offerings below, which contain registration information and schedule. You can also register online using our registration form.

disciple  bible  study

The Disciple Bible studies are known for their in-depth examination of scripture and their emphases on relationship and commitment. If you are seeking a Bible study that will challenge you body, mind, and spirit, this is a great place for you. We will be offering Disciple 1 beginning in September, which runs 34 weeks and will finish in mid-May 2018. There are two offerings of this class at differing times and days, so you can choose the time and day that suits your schedule best. The first offering meets from 6:00-8:00 PM on Sunday evenings beginning on September 10 in the Seekers Classroom (Administration Building #202) and is facilitated by Pastor Joe Westfall and Jim Lee. The Second offering meets from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM on Thursday mornings, also in the Seekers Classroom (Administration Building #202.) It is facilitated by Pastors Joe Westfall and David Noyes. To register for either session, email Pastor Joe, call the church office at 828-327-9837, 

or click on the registration form.

Crown  moneylife  personal  finance  study

God can transform both your money and your life. Biblical, inspirational, relational and highly practical, this study will provide powerful tools to build a plan, eliminate debt, save, and invest.

This 10-week study begins on Wednesday, September 13th, at 6:30 PM in the Study (Administration Building #213.) Mike Smith is the facilitator. To register, click on the registration form or call the church office at 828-327-9837.

set  apart  women's  bible  study

Set Apart is a study of 1 & 2 Kings by Jessica LaGrone. It examines the kings and prophets set apart by God. They struggled and made their mistakes, but they also grew their faith through spiritual practices. This 6-week study examines the holy habits of 6 kings and prophets who were set apart by their close walk with God.

This Bible study begins Tuesday, September 12th and has 2 time offerings. 

The first offering will be on Tuesday mornings from 9:30-11:00 AM in the Koinonia Classroom (Family Life Center #131.) It is facilitated by T. Edwards. 

The second offering will be on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 PM in the JOY Classroom (Family Life Center #132.) It is facilitated by April Holman.

To register, click on the registration form or call the church office.

Moses:  In  the  Footsteps  of  the Reluctant  Prophet

Retrace the life of Moses from his modest birth and rescue as a baby to the courts of Pharaoh, from herding flocks in Midian to leading his people out of Egypt. This Bible study by Adam Hamilton takes us from Egypt to Mt. Sinai, the Nile, the Red Sea, and the wilderness exploring the sites of Moses' life. Using Historical information, archaeological data, and Biblical text, Hamilton guides us in the footsteps of this reluctant prophet who grew in his relationship with God and, and by the end of his life, had successfully fulfilled the role he was given. Turn your own reluctance into boldness as you examine the significant challenges facing Moses and how God shaped his character and life in powerful ways.

This 8-week study is held on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 PM beginning September 13th. It is held in the Koinonia Classroom (Family Life Center #131) and is facilitated by Angela Vandett. To register, please email Angela, call the church office at 828-327-9837, or click on the registration form.

when  did  god  become  a  christian?

The God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament are the same God, right? Then why does God seem so different depending upon which part of the Bible you read? Christians have struggled with this question throughout history. This book by David Kalas helps you explore the unity of the Scripture, biblical history, and the two primary attributes of God: love and holiness. You'll come away with a better understanding of the nature and integrity of God, leading you to love, worship,

and trust God even more.

This study is held on Wednesdays at 12:00 noon beginning September 13 in the Study (Administration Building #213.) Participants are welcome to bring their lunch and join in this lunchtime study that will finish by 1:00 PM and is facilitated by

Lisa Lail. To register, email Lisa, contact the church office at 828-327-9837,

or click on the registration form.