Legacy Builders – Cambridge Room #112
Praying With Paul – A Call to Spiritual Reformation by D.A. Carson
The apostle Paul leads us into the Epistles to see what Paul taught in his “school of prayer,” including a God-centered framework for prayer and practices for a more dynamic and meaningful prayer life.
Young Married Class – Wittenberg Room #106
The Mingling of Souls by Matt Chandler
Tim VandeGuchte, Jon Smith
The Young Married Class is designed to equip married couples, seven years or less, with the biblical design and foundational principles of the marriage relationship. In an interactive and encouraging forum, where couples will learn in community with one another, we will cover topics through biblical study such as marital expectations, resolving conflicts, and the differences between women and men. Our Fall study will launch from Matt and Lauren Chandler’s video series entitled, The Mingling of Souls, an intriguing study of the book of Song of Solomon.
The Book of Exodus – Choir Room #200
Pastor Christopher, Scott Green
Exodus is a front row seat to God’s faithfulness to keep His promises, a dramatic display of His glorious sovereign rule, and a demonstration of redemption. Come and join us as we spend this year exploring this deeply important book through lecture and group conversation.
Koinonia – Geneva Room #201/202
Roger Berry, Jim Rookus
Have a Problem? Join the Koinonia BSH this fall as we study the book of Nehemiah. We’ll learn how to solve numerous problems involving obstacles, opposition, relationships and more with God’s help. We’ll also review some key items from the morning sermon. We’ll laugh and learn to love the Lord and his word more as we interact and encourage relationships that honor God and help each of us walk in step with the Spirit in a celebration of God’s promises and the certain hope He provides.
Ladies Only – Room #203
Women in the Bible
The Ladies Only Class will be taking a look at women in the Bible. The lives of these women inspire and encourage us. We serve the same God today that they did centuries ago. We will look at how God reveals Himself in their stories, and along the way, learn some things about ourselves.
Todd and Carole VandeGuchte
This class is designed to help connect young adults (18-30) into the life of Grace. Young adults often find themselves in new, busy, and challenging times of life. We want to offer a time to connect with peers and to think critically about their purpose and calling in the life of God’s church. Our time together ranges from discussing and applying the sermon to discussing a specific topic focused on this stage of life.
Grace Ministry Center
Jr. High – (East side)
This fall’s Junior High BSH will be an inductive study of the New Testament books of the Bible. This study will teach students observation, interpretation, and application skills for each book of the N.T. Students will be learning the major themes and key verses from each N.T. book with an emphasis on the redemptive work of Jesus as the promised fulfillment of Scripture.
Sr. High – (West side)
If you have ever wondered whether the Bible is really God’s Word or if you can trust it or if it contains errors, then this fall you will want to be at Sg for our BSH Series entitled: bib·li·ol·o·gy. Come, grab a snack, a cup of coffee and a pen and learn all about the anatomy of God’s Word.
Children’s Ministry – Nursery through 6th grade
Please see room locations listed on the Fall BSH Brochure. More information is available at the Welcome Center.
October 28 – Family Meeting
Our annual Congregational meeting will take place during the BSH.
November 11, 18 & December 2
Learn about the history, mission, values, and key distinctives of Grace, as well as opportunities to serve and how to get involved. This class will be held in the Connections Room.
November 25 – No BSH