At this time, most activities have been temporarily suspended due to health and safety concerns.
9:30am “God Talk” Room 117: Studying the Psalms. Led by Peggy Hoppes
9:30am “Seekers” Room 216: Led by Lanne Brehmer.
8am and 9:30am “Parenting/Grandparenting”. Online Zoom Meeting. Led by Matt Olson
This class will be for both Adults as well as Juniors & Seniors in High School. Combined in person and online classes will be taking place this September. Meet in the Shepherd’s Cave (Room #117) at 8am, 9:30am and 10:40am (see separate topic schedule for 10:40am) or be involved online via Zoom. Find the link on your “Week at a Glance,” email that comes out every Tuesday.
Sunday, August 2nd Science: What is True? (Part D) A careful examination of molecular biology and the fossil record demonstrates that evolution is not a “proven fact.” History shows that ideas, including Darwinism as a social philosophy, have definite consequences – consequences that can turn ugly when God is left out of the picture.
Sunday, August 9 and 16 History: Whose Story? (Part B) Does the past have an objective actuality and significance? Or does it, as postmodernist philosophy asserts, exist primarily inside our heads? This tour considers the meaning of history as God’s story and shows us why remembering is so important.
Sunday, August 23 and 30 Sociology: The Divine Imprint (Part A & B) The order we observe in the natural realm is even more apparent in the social systems God has established: family, church, community, state, labor, and the union between God and man. Life is a series of relationships that flow out of and reflect the Trinitarian nature of the Creator.
8am, 9:30am, and Zoom Class Topics:
NO Class on Sunday, September 6
Sunday, September 13 and 20 Topic: Unio Mystica: Am I Alone?
Is it possible for the infinite, eternal Creator to dwell within the heart of an individual? The implications of this great mystery, which represents the very core of the Christian faith, are explored at length..
Sunday, September 27 Topic: The State: Whose Law?
Of all the social spheres, the state, to which God grants the power of the sword for the punishment of evil and the preservation of the good, has the greatest potential to go awry if it oversteps its authority. The civil magistrate must always remember his place under the sovereignty of God – otherwise, havoc will ensue.
A FRESH start of the Truth Project and a Cross + Generational class as well (it is for Middle, High Schoolers and Adults). This class will meet in the Shepherd’s Cave following Praise Worship.
NO Class on Sunday, September 6
Sunday, September 13 and 20 Topic: Veritology – What is Truth?
Sunday, September 27 Topic: Philosophy and Ethics – Says Who?
Pastor Eric leads this 8-session overview of what the Bible says about the End Times and how to live in them. Bring your Bible.
Please register, so we know how many people to plan for.
especially for Parents & Grandparents of
Kindergarten through 4th Graders
September 13: Find out how student Sunday School lessons connect with the home.
September 20: The Power of Listening and Sharing.
The study series, Every Man a Warrior: Helping Men Succeed in Life has proven to be a favorite for many here at St. John let alone around the world. It’s counterpart for women, Cultivating Holy Beauty, holds promise to do the same. Let Matt know if you would like to find out more or just let him know you are ready to get started! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org