Sunday at 9:30 AM
This group of singles range from ages 50 – 70+. While we usually gather for lunch after church and have many other social gatherings, our first goal is to grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ.
Approximate Class Size: 50
Meets at 9:30 a.m. in Room B202
(Note: Starting Saturday, March 28, at 4:30p.m. - 6:00p.m., we will be meeting online through Zoom (a video conferencing app). Here's the link to join us: https://zoom.us/j/174194852 )
Our Singles in this group range from ages 50 – 70+. While we usually gather for lunch after church and have many other social gatherings, our first goal is to grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ. We participate in several service opportunities throughout the year and our studies tend to bounce between DVD studies taught by class members or working through a book of the bible.
Many of us also take part in the many activities offered through the Single Life Ministry.
January 19 - February 23: Mountaintop Moments by Dr. Ed Robb
March 1 - Breakfast at The Westin 9:30a.m. - 11:00a.m.
March 8 - Ephesians 2:1-10
March 28 - Easter Week: Sacrifice and Salvation - Session One
The Triumphal Entry
Christ entered Jerusalem in honor as a king.
Palm Sunday is, at best, "a day of temporary triumph," says Wallace Viets. At worst, it is an illustration of the "fickle nature of the voice of the people." It's a day that lifts us with shouts of praise, but just a few days later we see denial, betrayal, and unfaithfulness. It all culminates in the glory of the Resurrection. But it began on Palm Sunday, a day of applause.
April 4 - Easter Week: Sacrifice and Salvation - Session Two
The Last Supper
Communion searches and strengthens our hearts.
The Last Supper instituted the practice of Communion, which most of us celebrate on a regular basis in our churches. This study looks at how this practice initiates us into an understanding of God's redemption and release. It also exposes our hearts and feeds our deepest hunger.
April 11 - Easter Week: Sacrifice and Salvation - Session Three
Through the rejection of the cross, Jesus is exalted as king.
The Cross is central to our faith. What happened on Good Friday defines Jesus' life and ministry. This study seeks to emphasize the value of the Cross to us by pointing out the new life it provides.
April 18 - Easter Week: Sacrifice and Salvation - Session Four
The evidence is overwhelming that Jesus rose from the dead.
What does Jesus' resurrection mean? It means that Jesus is who he claimed to be, that he has the power he claimed to have, and that we have hope for this life and the one to come. This study will look at the evidence that Jesus is truly alive today by looking at the events of 2,000 years ago.
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