BIBLE STUDY CLASS
Sundays 9:15am – Scout Room (Basement Level off of the Fellowship Hall)
Ron Eads teaches this Bible study class from the Presbyterian curriculum The Present Word. You can pick up a book in class and read the lesson in preparation for the class, or just show up and hear a good presentation by Ron. Men and women, all ages, are welcome in the Scout Room for this good Bible study.
January 27: Devote All to Christ (Philippians 2:1-11)
February 3: Renounce Everything for Christ (Philippians 3:7-14)
February 10: Pondering God’s Steadfast Love (Psalm 48:1-3, 9-14)
February 17: Praising God’s Mighty Works (Psalm 66:1-9, 16-20)
February 24: Living with God’s Loving Assurance (Psalm 91:1-8,11-16)
LISTENING TO GOD CLASS
Sundays 9:30am – Field Room (1st Floor Education Building)
The Listening for God Class will continue it’s study of Kristen Tibbet interviews this winter. The class, which meets in the Field Room, is open to all.
February 3: Rachel Naomi Remen: The Difference Between Fixing and Healing
February 10: Padraig o Tuama and Marily Nelson, Choosing Words that Deepen the Argument of Being Alive
February 17: Elizabeth Gilbert, Choosing Curiosity Over Fear
February 24: Cory Booker, Civic Spiritual Evolution
BIBLE STUDY YOUR WAY
Sundays 9:30am – Marshall Parlor (1st Floor Education Building)
This class led by Douglas Ensminger, meets in the Marshall Parlor. Most of us have a Bible passage we wish someone would do a study on. It may be single verse, a passage of several verses or even an entire book of the Bible, perhaps it is a favorite, one we really dislike, or are puzzled by , whatever the case this is your chance! Starting January 6, the “God’s Left Hand” class will study texts you suggest. Contact Douglas Ensminger for details and to suggest your passage. (email@example.com)
KERYGMA – PASTOR’S CLASS
Wednesday Mornings 10:30 to 11:45am in the Library (1st Floor Education Building)
Wednesday Evenings 6:30-7:30 Johnston Parlor (1st Floor off the Sanctuary)
Starting January 9th, we’re going to spend some time learning about the opioid epidemic: how it started, the impact it is having on our country and communities, and how we, in particular churches, can respond to this crisis that is affecting so many people. There are many good books that have come out in recent months that help us better understand the epidemic… Dreamland, Dopesick, The Big Fix. We’ll talk about some of these books and what we can take away from them. Over the course of the class we will have a visit from Dr. Sharon Walsh, Director of the Center on Drug and Alcohol Research at the University of Kentucky and hear from someone involved in one of the various 12-step programs happening at Maxwell Street.