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Judgment and Hope: A Study of Isaiah
Please join us for our Sunday morning Bible class series! Classes begin at 9:35 a.m.
During September-November, our adult classes will study the first part (chapters 1-39) of the book of Isaiah. We’ll discover important themes of judgment for unfaithfulness alongside hope for the future!
Click here to listen to a few short audio clips on the background and content of Isaiah, as well as weekly lessons taught by Josh Kingcade, our education minister.
University | S1 (in the Summit)
College and university students
Launch | Campus Lounge (in the Summit)
Reach | A120
Young Professionals | A109
Connected | A111
Couples in their first years of marriage, many of whom have started families
Thrive | A101
Late 20s – mid 30s, many with infants and toddlers
Foundations | A201 (above Fellowship Central)
Early-late 30s, many with children in preschool and elementary
Christian Families | A103-104
Mid 30s – early 40s, many with children in preschool and elementary
New Beginnings | A117-118
Early-mid 40s, many with children in elementary and middle school
Families & Friends | A119
Late 40s – early 50s, many with children in high school
Cross Walk | A121
Early-late 50s, many with children in high school and college
CIA | A113
50s – 60s, many with children college-aged and older
Upward Bound | A102
Late 50s – mid 60s
Cornerstone | A115-116
Early – late 60s
Forever 50 Something | Fellowship Central
Mid 60s – early 70s
Emptynesters | A105-106
Early 70s and older
Generations | A122-123
Adults of all ages, married or single
Step by Step | A110
A diverse group of new Christians, Christians whose spouses do not attend church, or people wanting to know more about Christianity
Explorers | Conference Room
For those in a season of spiritual exploration
International | Gym (in the Summit)
A small group discussion class of basic Bible teachings for internationals
Fall Wednesdays: September 4 - November 20
Join us for a class or group on Wednesday nights! All classes meet at 7:00 except where noted.
Telling God’s Story
Terry Fischer | A121
Scripture, prayer and practical application will be a part of each class as we examine different methods for telling God’s Story. One goal is to help each person find the faith sharing style that best fits their gifts and personality. Topics include evangelism for introverts, planting spiritual seeds in everyday conversations, telling God’s story in your story, the “Jesus Can” Bible Study, and the Inside Story.
Between the Testaments: The Story of God’s People from Malachi to Matthew
Alden Bass | A117-118
The era between the Old and New Testaments was an incredibly eventful time for God’s people. This class will cover the major historical events of this period, as well as the important theological developments which form the backdrop to the New Testament. Special emphasis will be given to intertestamental writings, including the apocrypha, the pseudepigrapha, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the works of Josephus and Philo.
Access the Google Classroom site here. Make sure you’re signed in with your Google account, and then click the + sign in the top right. Enter code 2ma7i7t to join the class.
Listen to weekly class audio recordings here.
Our Members on the Journey (podcast interview series; begins Sept. 11)
Stephen Eck | A120
Our members have some stories to tell! Come hear some live interviews (to be released later as a podcast) where a wide range of members talk about their life and faith and what it means to be a Christian. You will be encouraged as you hear important questions and meaningful answers.
Parenting in a Secular Age
Brandon Tatum | A113
The current faith climate that Generation Z is living in is drastically different than the one their parents grew up in. This class focuses on Generation Z, the faith climate in which they are living, and practical strategies for spiritual formation.
Listen to weekly class audio recordings here.
Life Coping (For Young Adults; Sept. 4 – Oct. 16)
Lynn McMillon | A122-123
This class will address how to cope with common life issues. Topics covered will include self-esteem, anger, grief, stress, secrets, and anxiety.
Personal & Family Finances (For Young Adults; Oct. 23 – Nov. 20)
Kent Hartman | A122-123
This class will address the basics of managing personal finances in a biblical way. Topics covered will include budgeting, investing, insurance, and buying a home.
Fourth Quarter: Finishing Strong (Men’s Speaker Series)
Various Teachers | A119
Living as a godly man in a stressful world is not easy. In looking at several men of the Bible, we can find common ground in some life events and in some decision making that can help men today have strength to stay the course, no matter what. This class will use selected characters of Biblical history to map the course for living a godly life and finishing strong.
Peace in an Angry World (Women’s Speaker Series)
Various Teachers | A105-106
How does a Christian promote peace in a culture of anger and strife? Join us for our annual fall speaker series as eleven MRCC women offer strategies for using our words and actions to speak the truth in love. Click here for a class schedule with dates and speakers.
Western Christians in Global Missions
John Wilguess | A101
This class is for you if you have ever asked how missions at Memorial Road happens. Mission outreach is the DNA of our faith. Bringing the Gospel to those who have not heard – or sharing our lives with those who desire to see the fruit of a life lived for Christ are just two ways we see mission work at work. This interactive class features discussions with missionaries from throughout the world, assigned readings from the book Western Christians In Global Missions, and participation of class members to find ways to better serve those around us in the name of Jesus.
International | Clay Hart
This class is designed for one on one or small group conversations centered on discussion of short texts from a simplified English translation of the Bible. Internationals are paired with native English speakers in order to improve language skills, share their stories, and develop friendship while talking about God, culture, and life.
Loren Gieger | A105-106
This class is for those who would like to attend a class at an earlier time. You will feel welcome in this class that spans all ages and life situations.
Foster & Adoptive Families
Kari Laxson | A103-104
This group addresses the needs of our continually growing foster and adoptive community. Class sessions may include a video and discussion, guest speaker, or other ongoing support topics.
Click here for a schedule.
Jennifer Gotcher | A201
DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Free to attend, recommended workbook fee is $15. Click here for more details and registration instructions.
Cherry Hart | A102
This is a warm, supportive program of support and education for anyone grieving a loved one’s passing. Free to attend, recommended workbook fee is $15. Click here for more details and registration instructions.