As part of the larger church, Adult Community Groups are mid-sized communities of Christ-followers who are committed to receiving, equipping, and sending disciples into the world.
ACGs provide a wonderful opportunity to connect with others, enjoy fellowship, and learn in community. There is a diverse selection of classes offered at both 9:30 and 11:00am on Sunday mornings during the school year.
The Belayers. Meeting in Room 18 at 9:30am.
Shame and Honor, with John Mangrum. Shame has become a popular topic in recent years, but it has always been an important theme in Scripture. It is difficult to even understand much of the Bible without understanding the importance that both shame and honor played in the cultures of the writers. In this series, we will take a closer look at God’s care for the shamed and his plan to lift his children to a place of honor.
Perspectives. Meeting in Room 14/15 at 9:30am.
Images of Salvation, with Dan Waugh. Scriptures give us multiple images of salvation to help us fully grasp all that God has done for us in Jesus. A few images tend to dominate our conception of salvation, while others are not given enough attention. Join us as we discuss these images, what they tell us about the fullness of our salvation, and our response.
Mom’s ACG. Meeting in Room 17 at 9:30am.
Prayer and Promises, Amy Hendershot, coordinator. The Mom’s ACG meets every week for fellowship and study. This semester, we’ll be focusing on different scripture promises related to our previous study on prayer. Come join us for encouraging study and comradeship. We’re a flexible group, always welcoming newcomers.
Focus. Meeting in Room 17 at 11:00am.
The Gospel According to Samuel, with Steven Lulich. The books of 1 and 2 Samuel are about much more than the lives of Samuel, Saul, and David. Indeed, 1 and 2 Samuel are profoundly Messianic. In this series, we will explore the place of 1 and 2 Samuel within the Bible – both chronologically and theologically – and we will discover the deeply Gospel-centered focus of these two extraordinary Old Testament books.
Koinonia. Meeting in Room 18 at 11:00am.
Christians and Literature, team-taught. What are your thoughts on secular literature? Should a believer approach secular literature cautiously, enthusiastically, or leave it alone? Join us in discussions led by several members of our congregation as they share their reading experiences with us, drawing on various types of modern literature, from historical fiction to fantasy to good children’s literature.