Adult Bible Study Electives
Insight Into Biblical Topics
Sundays (no class on Easter) | 8:10am | Room 502B
All ages are welcome to come and study various topics throughout the Bible. For more information, contact Bill Springer.
Responding to God's Grace
Sundays (no class on Easter) | 9:30am | Room 105A
This class is for men 50+. It features an open discussion format and Bible study. For more information, contact Isaac Sheek.
A Jewish Look at a Jewish Book
Sundays (no class on Easter) | 9:30am | Room 502A&D
Have you ever wondered how Yeshua (Jesus) read and taught the Bible? Join us as we take a Jewish Look at a Jewish Book - a Talmudic/ Rabbinical/ Jewish view of Scripture. Come with your Bible and your questions! For more information, contact Rabbi Michael Delp TS.
Defending Your Faith
Sundays | March 8-April 19 (no class on Easter) | 9:30am | Room 502C
"The Bible is just a collection of fairy tales." "Science already disproved most of the Bible." "How do you reconcile all the contradiction in the Bible?" We've heard it all before. We know people who live both sides of this argument. Perhaps it's a co-worker, a teacher, or a family member. Perhaps it's something you're struggling with yourself. But what if the God of faith and miracles is also the God of logic and reason? Join us for seven weeks as we take an overview of how to defend your faith. For more information, contact Kevin Olson.
Living Your Faith
Sundays | April 26-May 31 (no class Memorial Day) | 9:30am | Room 502C
Yay! You're an official Christian. You've gone through the orientation classes and got the certificate. You're ready to learn how global floods, talking donkeys, and guys who wore camel skins are relevant to you. Or are you? The Bible is a big book. How do I start? Where do I go from here? What do I do with this faith? Let's spend five weeks and get some ideas. For more information, contact Kevin Olson.
People of the Bible
Sundays | March 2-May 31 (no class on Easter) | 9:30am | Room 502B
You may have heard their names, but where do they fit in? Were they royalty, prophets, apostles, or relative unknowns? Or were they characters in stories Jesus told? How did God use them? Join us as we explore what we can learn from each of them, and how we can apply the lessons they teach in our lives. This class will be suitable for everyone, from those just getting started in studying the Bible through longtime Christians. For more information, contact Dan Callon.
God of Covenant
Sundays | January 19-March 22 | 9:30am | Room 105B
Come join a multi-generational group of women as we study Genesis 12-50 and how God is the God of Covenant. See how God fulfills His covenant to bless the fathers of our faith, make them a nation of many people, and give them land occupied by their enemies. See how God of Creation and God of Covenant is the same yesterday, today, and forever. Everyone is welcome to join at any time. For more information contact Ellen Sheets.
One in a Million
Sundays | April 5-May 17 (no class on Easter) | 9:30am | Room 105B
Every week, millions of believers fill the pews of the church and hear about the greatness and power of God. If you hunger to experience His power, hear His voice, and live in the abundance promised to you, then this study is for you. If you have any questions, contact Ellen Sheets.
You've Got This! Learning to Handle Life's Challenges
Sundays | March 29-May 3 (no class on Easter) | 11am | Room 502B
Registration deadline: March 22
Your life is filled with challenging circumstances every single day, big and small. The weight can feel overwhelming and you ask, "Where's God in all of this?", "What did I do to deserve this?", and "What good can ever come from this?" If you want the key to real help and hope in times of turmoil, then join us. Register online. For more information, contact Eric Clouse.
The Book of Acts
Sundays (no class on Easter) | 11:00am | Room 502A&D
News of the resurrection of the Messiah spread rapidly. It began first in Jerusalem with the establishment of the Church. Then it expanded. Come study how God worked through His people to reach all nations. How should this motivate us today? For more information, contact Bruce Records at 317-882-55778 or Matt McGovern at 317-954-1936.
Blended Family Class/SMART Step Family
Sundays | April 19-June 7 (no class on Mother's Day or Memorial Day weekend) | 9:30am | Room 405
Cost: $8/workbook (each participant needs a workbook)
Registration deadline: April 12
This class will focus on the fundamental steps to blended family success and provide practical, realistic solutions to the issues facing step families. Whether married or soon to be married, you'll discover how to solve the everyday puzzles of step-parenting and stepchildren relationships, communicate effectively with an ex-spouse, and "cook" your step family slowly rather than expect an instant blend. For more information, contact Dennis Frazier.
Mondays | 6:30pm | Room 502A&D
This is a weekly seminar and support group for people who are separated or divorced. It's a place where you can be with people who understand what you are feeling, and where you can hear valuable information about ways to heal from the hurt of divorce. Join at anytime.
If you'd like to find out more or get involved, please call Dennis & Pat Frazier at 317-502-6377.
DivorceCare for Kids - For Kids Ages 5-12
Mondays | March 2-April 20 | 6:30-8:30pm | Rooms 408 & 409
Cost: $20 (includes book & snacks)
DC4K provides your children with a safe and neutral place to gain an age-appropriate understanding of separation and divorce. They will learn how to process and share their feelings in a fun, caring atmosphere. Each session is filled with motivating and exciting activities, games, crafts, role playing, discussion times, journaling, and activity books that help your children process the divorce and move forward in their lives. The music, snacks, read-aloud stories, exercises, and Bible verses teach your children to relax and rest secure in God’s love. For questions, please contact John Nystrom.
Blended & Blessed
Saturday, April 25 | 10am-4:30pm | Room 502A&D
Cost: $15/person (includes box lunch, snacks, and drinks)
Registration deadline: April 11
This is a one-day live event and live-stream just for step-family couples, single parents, dating couples with kids, and those who care about blended families. Join sites around the globe for a day discussing what you can do to have a healthy step-family marriage. Blended & Blessed will challenge, inspire and encourage you. Over 22,000 people from 22 countries have experienced this event in the last three years, and it's coming back with new speakers and more crucial help for 2020. Register online. For more information, contact Dennis Frazier.
Blended Family Workshop
May 9 | 10am-2pm | Room 405 Cost: $20/couple, $10/single parent
Registration deadline: May 1
In this workshop, you'll discover a redemptive God who loves, forgives, and provides strength and direction for the journey. You also will learn to make your marriage a top priority and how to co-parent. As well as, parent and stepparent roles and unique parenting roles and issues. For more information, contact Dennis Frazier at Dennis Frazier.